2004 F150 4x4 Extended Cab
Here is a link to my truck auction: http://www.ebay.com/itm/141290008650
I bought this truck new in the spring of 2004. This has been and still is a very good truck. It has never been wrecked and never been mudded. Typical door dings for a 10 year old vehicle. The only reason I'm selling is because I have a 2000 F150 that I also bought new as my first truck, and I'm more partial to my first truck. And I need to shed one of them.
I have customized this truck to my liking. It is a southern rust-free truck, and it has been in west Tennessee it's whole life. I consider it an Oklahoma edition, even though it is not a real Oklahoma edition. The badge on the back is from a real one, but I purchased it to apply to the truck. Things that I have added include
Hatchie Bottom neoprene camo seat covers front and back - The front ones have some fading, but not bad. The seats underneath are tan, and are in very good condition. The seats have been covered most of their life.
Middle jump seat was changed out with a floor console out of another F150.
Husky floor liners front and back
Polyurethane bed liner and rubber bed mat
Bed lined lower rocker panels
FX4 oem 17" wheels and FX4 oem fender flares
Practically new Mastercraft Courser C/T 285/70/17 all terrain tires
Frontier brand heavy-duty frame mounted grill guard - similar to Ranch Hand brand
Changed within the last 5,000 miles - Moog greasable upper control arms/ball joints, Moog greasable lower ball joints, Moog greasable tie rod ends, Ranch Quick Lift coil over gas shocks, rear Ranch gas shocks
Stainless steel nerf step bars
Banks Monster cat-back stainless still single exit - It gives it a good throaty rumble but not obsessive at all.
Edge Evolution programmer - used to adjust shift points and speedometer for the larger tires
Clarion CX501 stereo head unit with Bluetooth
Again, this is a great truck. The only issue I know of is there is slight hesitation at cruising speeds when lugging it in overdrive (like climbing a slight incline), which is due to needing a tune-up (plugs and coils - COP's).
A plus for a lot of people looking for a 4x4 is that it has the manual shift-on-the-fly shifter in the floor, which tends to be more reliable than the dash mounted electric switch.
Whoever buys this will get a great truck that will continue to last a long time. Some may ask if it has the cam phaser ticking, which is typical of the 5.4L 3v engines. It does have the diesel sound like that, but it has done it it's whole life and never has gotten worse. I change the oil and filter every 5,000 miles using the Motorcraft FL820S filter and 5W-20 Castrol full synthetic. The automatic transmission fluid has been routinely flushed, and within the past 2,000 miles I have changed the belt, thermostat, and coolant using Motorcraft parts and coolant.
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