Reindexing the transfer case is an easy way to help offset the wacky driveshaft angles created by gobs of suspension lift. Williams used an Attitude Performance transfer case reindexing ring and crossmember. He also had the stock driveshafts lengthened by the guys at Pete's Welding in Trenton, New Jersey.Reindexing the transfer case is an easy way to help offset the wacky driveshaft angles cre Like the front suspension, the rear leaf springs were kicked to the curb in favor of a Kelderman 15-inch air-ride suspension. Single Fox Racing Shox 2.0 remote-reservoir shocks reside at each wheel. The Sterling 10.5-inch axle retains the stock 3.73:1 gearing, but is protected by a Purple Cranium Half Spider differential rock guard.Like the front suspension, the rear leaf springs were kicked to the curb in favor of a Kel From the inside of the truck, Williams can monitor the 7.3L diesel's exhaust gas and transmission temperature as well as turbo boost via Auto Meter gauges set in an A-pillar pod. At his fingertips is an Air Ride Technologies control unit for the suspension and switches for the exterior lighting and air compressor. Interior dress-up items includes a Grant Custom Styling Ring and a Nu Image gauge face. Finally, the dash cluster surround has been painted orange to match the exterior of the truck and there's an impressive Sony/Crutchfield/Pioneer audio system.From the inside of the truck, Williams can monitor the 7.3L diesel's exhaust gas and trans The most obvious mod to the 7.3L diesel engine is the Max Performance stainless steel air intake. There's more mods lurking in there, though, in the form of a custom 4-inch-diameter downpipe and dual exhaust and Motorvation performance computer chip. The engine receives further tweaking via a Superchips Max MicroTuner. Engine power is routed through the stock 4R100 transmission controlled by a Banks TransCommand module.The most obvious mod to the 7.3L diesel engine is the Max Performance stainless steel air The bed of the truck serves as a mounting point for a spare 42-inch tire on a Fabtech angled spare-tire mount, a 5-gallon air tank, and a toolbox containing a ViAir air compressor.The bed of the truck serves as a mounting point for a spare 42-inch tire on a Fabtech angl SpecificationsGENERALOwner: Ron and Christine Williams, Windsor, New JerseyVehicle/Model: '00 Ford F-250 Super DutyEstimated value: $50,000ENGINEType: 7.3L V-8 dieselAspiration: Fuel injection, Superchips Max MicroTuner, Motorvation performance computer chip, custom 4-inch-diameter downpipe and dual exhaust Output, hp/torque @ rpm (estimated): 480 @ 4,000/680 lb-ft @ 3,000 DRIVETRAINTransmission: 4R100, Banks TransCommand Module Transfer case: Stock with Attitude Performance reindexing ring and crossmemberSUSPENSIONFront: Kelderman Air Ride 15-inch-lift, dual Fox Racing Shox 2.0 remote-reservoir shocks Rear: Kelderman Air Ride 15-inch-lift, Fox Racing Shox 2.0 remote-reservoir shocks AXLES/DIFFERENTIALSFront: Dana 50, ORU crossover steering, Bullet Proof Steering Rock Proof tie rod Rear: Sterling 10.5-inch/open Ring-and-pinion: 3.73:1WHEELS/TIRESWheels: 16.5x10 Weld ScorpioTires: 42x14-16.5 Super Swamper IROK « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!