Re: cold weather grill/ radiator cover
Well typically a good running/maintained diesel engine runs pretty cool, so in the winter when its 10 degrees out and colder the motor really cant get up to proper operating temp. and besides have you ever acctually seen how big a big truck Rad is?? ITS HUGE! so if your runnin at 65 when its 10 degrees out the coolent can acctually get too cool, and ruin a motor. I know up here in NY i'll be run'n a cover to keep my truck runnin warm this winter!
* 1992 F-250 supercab XLT 4x4 7.3 auto 3.55 open rear 170K miles, Westin Nerf bars, Silvania Silverstar headlight bulbs (VERY NICE!) Mile Marker SS hubs, piped, cranked and cut! Dimondplate toolbox, Pioneer cd player. And 16-18MPG backroad/town/highway driving!
* 1988 (originaly) F-250 regular cab 7.3 C-6 auto 4x4 4.11 posi rear.
Custom mods: Dana 60 front, ZF-5speed, Banks Turbo kit with Boost, Pyro, and Oil Temp, F-350 Badging, 93 front clip, F-150 Lightning seats (oh those are nice seats!) CD Player, 2 10" subs, custom 4 inch exhaust, soon to be 5" stacks! Turned up IP
Ford makes it, International shakes it!
Diesel exhaust make me (censored) baby!