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Old 01-27-2021, 01:20 PM   #1
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Default Building up a 2018 F150

After 14 years, and over 200k miles from my 2007 model, I finally made the decision to buy a new (to me) truck. I had some specific options in mind, so my search was a bit challenging. In the end, I found this beauty:

2018 F150 Supercrew FX4
  • 3.5 V6 Ecoboost - 55k miles
  • Max tow package
  • 6.5' Bed
  • Upgraded interior - nav, heated seats, center console

See the walk through video:
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I've got lots of plans to make this truck my own - I just can't leave well enough alone, and I thought it would be fun to share the updates with y'all as I go!

I'm taking the opportunity as well to add some content to my YouTube channel - The Goode Life Outdoors - so I will be documenting my build in video and photos.

I'll be posting updates as I go (I've already filmed 2 more add-ons), and have made a playlist for the truck on my YouTube channel. I hope you'll follow along!
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Old 01-28-2021, 07:21 AM   #2
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Good looking ride! Hope you have fun with it!
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Old 01-28-2021, 09:55 AM   #3
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I went with the Husky Liners Weatherbeaters for the front and rear. I have to assume the previous owner had something similar before he sold and removed them because the carpet floor mats were flawless, despite the obvious use of the truck. These are well-put-together and have the same warranty as Weathertech for a bit less $$$.





I also upgraded the headlights, fogs, and reverse lights with LEDs for better nighttime visibility. The headlights aren't as good as projectors, but the new bulbs make a huge difference over stock.

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Old 01-28-2021, 06:08 PM   #4
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Sharp lookin rig
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Old 01-28-2021, 08:23 PM   #5
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Old 01-28-2021, 08:29 PM   #6
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Congrats thanks for the bulb information. I'm going to order these for mine . Factory non led lights suck in these trucks
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Old 01-28-2021, 08:31 PM   #7
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I like it!
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Old 01-29-2021, 01:17 PM   #8
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I purchased the plates and cleats for the Boxlink mounts, and got those installed. It was a stupid-easy install, probably would have taken 5 minutes if I wasn't filming it.

See the video of the install:
--> https://youtu.be/ZJOEmFrZwGo <--


I have some further plans for these to make them a more useful mounting system, and that will come at a later time. I'd love to see how any of y'all may be utilizing them.
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Old 01-29-2021, 01:19 PM   #9
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Congrats thanks for the bulb information. I'm going to order these for mine . Factory non led lights suck in these trucks
They do make a difference. I imagine if you paid the $800+ for the projector style headlights, it would be a larger difference, but I'm happy with the results for under $100.
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Old 01-29-2021, 03:42 PM   #10
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Here's the link to Boxlink system I installed:

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Old 01-30-2021, 07:50 AM   #11
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beautiful truck !
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Old 01-30-2021, 08:24 AM   #12
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Congrats on your new ride. It always makes you appreciate one more when you keep vehicles like your previous on mentioned.
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Old 02-01-2021, 03:01 PM   #13
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I travel to hunt and fish fairly often, so a solid, secure tonneau cover is a must. I liked the Bakflip hard folding cover on my 2007, and in looking for something for the new truck, I came across Gator Bed Covers. I was impressed with their sales team, and the FX model was slightly less expensive than the comparable Bakflip model. Plus, the FX was in stock, so I put in the order!



One of the features I like most is the ability to fold the cover completely up to allow full access to the bed. Not many manufacturers do this, so I was pleased to get that functionality from the Gator. It also has the clips to secure it in place folded to the last section so you can drive with it mostly open and still see out the back.

So far, I'm liking it. It's at least as nice of quality as the Bakflip, if not better. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if they were manufactured in the same factory.

The install was pretty straightforward. You may want a hand maneuvering the cover onto the rails, but it wasn't too bad.

Check out the video below:
--> https://youtu.be/HmlJ1ix4mrE <--


Here's the link to the cover itself:
Gator FX Tonneau Cover

I'm experimenting with my next mod, and it's a messy task, so stay tuned!
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Old 02-05-2021, 10:09 AM   #14
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It's been a messy week. New video should be posting soon with details.
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Old 02-05-2021, 10:16 AM   #15
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I put the LEER cover on mine. Operates the same way, PLUS you can easily unclip it to take it totally off when needed. one think you will notice, if up and window is blocked, there will be a whistling sound that may get your attention

Thanks for the link to the box tie downs. They were delivered in 2 days and clip/screw right in place.
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Old 02-05-2021, 11:08 AM   #16
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I put the LEER cover on mine. Operates the same way, PLUS you can easily unclip it to take it totally off when needed. one think you will notice, if up and window is blocked, there will be a whistling sound that may get your attention

Thanks for the link to the box tie downs. They were delivered in 2 days and clip/screw right in place.
Yeah, I drove with the Bakflip cover up against the cab many times in my last truck, and it was not quiet. The Gator version goes on/off with 2 hand knobs, so it's fairly easy to remove when needed, too.

I'm glad those Boxlink tie downs worked out for you!
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Old 02-09-2021, 01:42 PM   #17
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Since my truck did not come with a bedliner, I decided to try out applying one myself. I chose the Herculiner Roll On Bedliner Kit, as I wasn't too keen on trying out a spray on liner in my driveway, and liked the thicker texture of the Herculiner.

To ensure a nice thick base on the bottom of the bed and tailgate, I bought an extra quart of the liquid so I could add a third layer in those areas.

Check out the video of the application:

--> https://youtu.be/UQg8uJ35V4s <--


This was a messy, time-consuming process, and if I had to do it again, I'd probably pay a professional to spray one on. I am glad to have had the experience doing it, though.

Here are the products I used:

Herculiner DIY Roll On Bed Liner Kit
Herculiner Bed Liner Liquid (quart)
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Almost done with the bed area now. Just a couple more add ons.

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Old 02-10-2021, 12:47 PM   #18
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Based on some of the posts I see on here quite frequently, you might consider some sort of concealed GPS tracker. Maybe hidden in the taillights or up under the hitch where you can access power.
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Old 02-10-2021, 12:50 PM   #19
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Based on some of the posts I see on here quite frequently, you might consider some sort of concealed GPS tracker. Maybe hidden in the taillights or up under the hitch where you can access power.
Funny enough, the dealership I bought it from adds trackers to all the vehicles they sell, so I'm covered there. Shhh...don't tell anyone.
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I have been following along on Youtube


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Old 02-11-2021, 09:41 AM   #21
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Thanks, man! I appreciate folks following along!
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Great looking truck!
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Old 02-18-2021, 10:23 PM   #24
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Looks good! I just added a Decked truck bed drawer system to my 2018 F150. Canít wait to put it through its paces. Definitely liking the added organization and storage.
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Old 02-19-2021, 09:09 AM   #25
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Looks good! I just added a Decked truck bed drawer system to my 2018 F150. Canít wait to put it through its paces. Definitely liking the added organization and storage.
Nice! I looked at that system, and it appears to be a solid option for our trucks. How much of a process is it to put it in, and take it out?
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Nice! I looked at that system, and it appears to be a solid option for our trucks. How much of a process is it to put it in, and take it out?
I really like the organization of it so far! Took me about 2 hours to get it assembled and dropped into the bed after I put a couple of the parts on backwards lol I feel like I could remove it in less than 10 minutes if I wanted to take it out. Assembly was definitely the most time consuming part.
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I bought a 2020 XLT and added leather...amongst other stuff.

OP, I highly recommend adding the tailgate assist for $67 off of Amazon. Pull the handle, let the tailgate fall...and it falls slow and smooth. Everything is there, just need to add these parts...which is what the Lariats have.

https://www.amazon.com/Ford-FL3Z-994...a-557528405223

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Ain't nothing better than adding all the goodies to make a truck your own! Keep up the good work man!
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Old 02-24-2021, 11:04 AM   #29
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I drive the same year model in white as well, but with the 5.0L and 5.5ft bed. Love it...I bought it new back then. One thing I added to my truck for 30$....a bed damper shock to drop that tailgate...it's easily worth 30$...amazon has them.
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Great thread. I have a '17... I got the headlight, fog light and reverse light bulbs you suggested. I also replaced the bed lights with LED:

https://www.amazon.com/VIPMOTOZ-Supr...omotive&sr=1-3

FYI, there are two different bulbs for the reverse lights (I wasn't aware). Check your truck before you buy, or you'll be returning them (like me).

Did you do the headlights the "right" way, or did you go through the front of wheel wells?
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I bought a 2020 XLT and added leather...amongst other stuff.

OP, I highly recommend adding the tailgate assist for $67 off of Amazon. Pull the handle, let the tailgate fall...and it falls slow and smooth. Everything is there, just need to add these parts...which is what the Lariats have.
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I drive the same year model in white as well, but with the 5.0L and 5.5ft bed. Love it...I bought it new back then. One thing I added to my truck for 30$....a bed damper shock to drop that tailgate...it's easily worth 30$...amazon has them.

I have that part right here in my office, ready to install! Video to come.

Ford Tailgate Assist

I like that that Ford version is hidden and out of the way. Looking forward to adding that on.


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Great thread. I have a '17... I got the headlight, fog light and reverse light bulbs you suggested. I also replaced the bed lights with LED:

FYI, there are two different bulbs for the reverse lights (I wasn't aware). Check your truck before you buy, or you'll be returning them (like me).

Did you do the headlights the "right" way, or did you go through the front of wheel wells?
I found out the same thing about the reverse lights. Not sure about how to determine which goes with which model - Amazon seemed to think either would work on my truck.

My bed lights are already LED. Did yours come with something different, or no lights at all?

I'm not sure about a right or wrong way to install the headlights and fog lights, but I went through the wheel wells, and it worked just fine.
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Nice truck. The long beds are hard to find!
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Be careful with timing chain, mine and three of my colleagues h e been in shop just shy of 100k. Dealer told me he was seeing it in a few 3.5’s a week.
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Be careful with timing chain, mine and three of my colleagues h e been in shop just shy of 100k. Dealer told me he was seeing it in a few 3.5ís a week.
Do you have more info? My understanding is there were certain years more prone to issues than others. I bought this 2018 one because this year was supposed to have addressed some of the other issues.

One other point I kept coming across from dealers and mechanics is that Ford has sold so darn many of the 3.5 EB engines, the actual number of engines with problems are a very small percentage of overall volume, when compared to other engines. I'm hoping that's the case.
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Do you like the husky liners ? I normally use weather tech but they donít make them for my 2017 f250
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My bed lights are already LED. Did yours come with something different, or no lights at all?

I'm not sure about a right or wrong way to install the headlights and fog lights, but I went through the wheel wells, and it worked just fine.
My bed lights were LED, but crappy. I was completely unclear above.

From my research, going through the wells (which I did last night) is a no-no. After talking this morning to a buddy that works at a Ford service center, that's what they do.
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Do you like the husky liners ? I normally use weather tech but they donít make them for my 2017 f250
I'm liking them so far. I've been happy with WeatherTech as well in the past, but these were comparable, still made in the US, they were available, and were about half the cost, so I gave them a try.


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From my research, going through the wells (which I did last night) is a no-no. After talking this morning to a buddy that works at a Ford service center, that's what they do.
That's interesting. When I got the lights, I looked at it, didn't see an obvious solution to install them, so looked to the Google. The first thing I saw was instructions to go in from the wheel well. It made sense, so I didn't research how to do it any other way. I don't see why it would be considered a "bad" way of doing it.
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I'm liking them so far. I've been happy with WeatherTech as well in the past, but these were comparable, still made in the US, they were available, and were about half the cost, so I gave them a try.









That's interesting. When I got the lights, I looked at it, didn't see an obvious solution to install them, so looked to the Google. The first thing I saw was instructions to go in from the wheel well. It made sense, so I didn't research how to do it any other way. I don't see why it would be considered a "bad" way of doing it.


I tried to order weathertech a few days ago . They donít make them for my truck package for some reason . But husky does . Will probably order a set .
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I tried to order weathertech a few days ago . They donít make them for my truck package for some reason . But husky does . Will probably order a set .


Based on personal experience with both, the Husky Xact fit liners are much better quality and fit than the Weathertech ones.


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Old 04-01-2021, 10:32 AM   #43
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An overdue update on the truck. Other than using it for its intended purposes, I haven't added much to it (I have a couple of items waiting to be installed). Yesterday, I added something completely cosmetic:

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I've always liked the look of the two-tone Fords, yet could not find one that checked all my boxes. After I bought this, I stopped by a local vehicle vinyl wrap shop to see what was possible. We looked through swatches and landed on this metallic grey option. I love the look!





No video for this one, since I didn't do it myself. Overall, I'm pleased with the final outcome. I'm a perfectionist, and vinyl is not as precise a craft as paint, so I have to overlook some little details.
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