Join Date: Sep 1999
Location: Truckee, Ca. 6,000 ft
Feedback Score: 1 reviews
I'm looking at two different trucks right now. One is a Job 1 truck that has everything on it that I want and the other is a Job 3 truck with most everything. The Job 3 truck has hydro-boost brakes. Can someone explain to me what hydro-boost brakes are......is it good or bad?
And would ya'll stay away from the Job 1 trucks? I know they are prone to radiator problems, have the smaller air dams and not up to speed on the updated flashes, but all that is easily corrected. Any other reason not to purchase a Job 1 truck besides that it's been sitting on the lot for over a year getting baked in the sun?
Early 99 F-250 4X4, built 9/98, 3:73LS, ATO trans with Chevron 30wt Drive Train Fluid, Garrett 38R BB ceramic coated 1.0 turbo, High Flow ceramic coated outlet, Non-ebv pedestal, BHA, Beans billet intakes, Teminator HPOS w/ R-IPR, Spearco 7.3 IC, 6.0 trans cooler, BWD ceramic coated bellowed up-pipes, DI regulated fuel return, AirDog, SWAMPS Stage II singles, BD Torq-loc, BD 4" in-line exhaust brake, 4" exhaust with ceramic coated downpipe, Live tuned by DP Tuner, Tymar, Racor CCV4500, Coolant filter, 203 T-stat, Pre and post pyro's, OilGuard by-pass filter.
2008 F-250 4X4 Lariat CC. Job 3
No longer stock.