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Hey fellas,
I'm pretty new here, and was curious as to what ya'll might reccomend. I have a 2001 F-350 SRW 4x4 with AFE Stage II, and that's about all performance wise I have done to it, and I feel it is time to get a programmer, or a chip. I was wondering what ya'll might recommend I am thinking about the Edge Juice w/ the attitude monitor (i like the idea of having in cab control plus the gauges) or should i go with one of the 6 pos chips if so what would ya'll reccomend. The truck is a daily driver. I do a good bit of towing with it also (mostly a 19' bass boat). Plus I would like to be able to smoke a Hemi everynow and then. Ya'lls help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey fellas thanks for the warm welcome. I don't just tow the boat. I also tow various other things(26' cattle trailer, tractor, etc...). So believe me the truck does do some work. I was just saying that I tow my boat more than anything. I have been looking at those 6 pos chips ya'll mentioned, and they look good. But what I was refering to was not a programmer. It is a chip with the digital display that you locate inside the cab. The display gives off all of your gauges plus you can change settings on the fly. It is the Edge Juice module w/ Attitude Monitor. I was wondering if it would just be easier to get this in one bundle instead of going and getting gauges and then getting a chip. I was told that with this you can still stack another programmer for later on down the road. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif
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I almost forgot. right now on my truck I am runnin 305/70r16s. If I add the 2" leveling kit to the front do ya'll think it will give me enough clearance for 315s(or bigger?). I think it will work easily because the 305s don't rub at all. I just have a few critics who don't think that will be enough room for the meats.
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