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Old 04-21-2013, 08:34 PM   #1
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2013 ford super duty mods?

What kind of mods have y'all done to your 2013's. I would like to replace my stereo head unit with one with navigation. What have y'all done to yours?
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Old 04-21-2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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Old 04-21-2013, 10:59 PM   #3
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I have the 2011 Lariat loaded up pretty good, and have just added Firestone Air Bags...perfect from factory!
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My 2012 Lariat F350 is loaded and a great truck. The Grand kids wish it had a built in DVD player for them in the back seat. We have been using the portable kind that attach to the head rests.

I wish it had a bigger fuel tank. Short bed is only 26 gals.
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We have a 2013 F-350 King Ranch Dually 6.7L diesel. We have added a ham radio, a CB, a Scan Gauge to keep track of such things as exhaust temperatures and mileages, and a Tire Minder system to monitor pressure and temperature of all 10 tires on the truck and the Silverback. And, oh ya, we also added a 50 gallon Transfer Flow aux fuel tank. When full we have 80 plus usable gallons of fuel on board. It's not a mod, but we got a new Reese Elite hitch to go with the Ford factory prep 5th wheel package.




This is the second truck we have had an aux fuel tank in. It's worth every penny!!

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We have a 2013 F-350 King Ranch Dually 6.7L diesel. We have added a ham radio, a CB, a Scan Gauge to keep track of such things as exhaust temperatures and mileages, and a Tire Minder system to monitor pressure and temperature of all 10 tires on the truck and the Silverback. And, oh ya, we also added a 50 gallon Transfer Flow aux fuel tank. When full we have 80 plus usable gallons of fuel on board. It's not a mod, but we got a new Reese Elite hitch to go with the Ford factory prep 5th wheel package.




This is the second truck we have had an aux fuel tank in. It's worth every penny!!



What kind of aux tank is that?
Also what brand of scan gauge did you put on?

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Those with the 2012-2013 with 6.7L any complaints with the power train or exhaust system?
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What kind of aux tank is that?
Also what brand of scan gauge did you put on?

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The tank is a Transfer Flow brand with their Trax II system. It pumps fuel from the aux tank into the main tank every so often to keep the percentage of fuel in each tank roughly equal.

In-Bed Fuel Tanks - Transfer Flow, Inc. - Aftermarket Fuel Tank Systems

The gauge is a ScanGauge II.

ScanGaugeII : Linear Logic - Home of the ScanGauge
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What are the ups and downs to the scan gauge?
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What are the ups and downs to the scan gauge?
It's small and easy to mount. I used two-sided tape to put mine right below the headlight switch. I can monitor all 4 EGT sensors, oil and water temps, and a bunch of other engine parameters. It will keep track of miles driven and mileages for this trip, today, yesterday, or for the current tank of fuel. It's bot as complete as some for the other monitors/tuners out there, but then again it doesn't cost $500 either. IMHO it's well worth having.
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