How to set your car up for a ride with the Ford F150 forum
The Ford F 150 is a bit of a beast, with an impressive 535 horsepower and a ton of power.
But it doesn’t get the most mileage, and the F150 has the biggest carbon fiber wheelbase of any SUV on the market, meaning you’ll likely want to add some serious suspension upgrades.
Let’s start with the basics: Where to start?
Before you dive into the details, let’s break it down step-by-step.
First, you need to determine which trim level you’ll be ordering.
If you’re looking for the F250, the F350, or the F450, you’ll need to get the lowest trim level for the model.
For the F100, the lowest level is the F500, which is $26,500 for the base F150 and $27,500 if you go for the optional F550.
If that’s the only level you’re interested in, the lower level is F100.
If, however, you want the highest trim level of the F series, you’re going to have to go for F150 or F500.
If the Fseries is your goal, you should get the highest F level with the F550 ($43,500), but you might want to go with F350 if you need the extra money to upgrade the suspension or the brakes.
If we’re talking about the FSeries, you will want to get both levels with the highest levels of the S Series ($51,500) and the R Series ($57,500).
In the S series, the optional M-Series ($75,000) is optional, and if you’re really after a full package, you can get a higher level with a full S series package ($99,000).
To figure out what level of upgrade you need, just look at the standard trim level.
If it’s higher than the standard level, you don’t need to do anything extra.
If not, you probably don’t even need to worry about that.
If there’s a choice between the lower and the higher trim levels, you might need to upgrade to the higher level to get more mileage, but that’s entirely your decision.
If an option is available, it might be worth it to go the higher or lower level if you can afford it.
If so, there’s also an optional F-Series package that has a higher standard level of upgrades, including a set of six wheels for the front and six wheels in the rear.
The F-series packages starts at $78,900, so you’ll want to think about that before you decide.
We’ll go into more detail about what each level of F level means in the next section.
What are the options?
First, we have the standard options for the new F150, which include the standard rear fender flares, heated front seats, and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The M-series and R-series options are the same as before, but there’s an optional set of M- and R R-level packages.
If a M-level package is available (which is not required), you can also get a M R- or M-R package, which add even more options and the same level of performance for $95,200.
If any of the packages are available, you must have the lower-level F series package to get them.
We’ve also got a M F-R-level upgrade package that adds a pair of M wheels to the front of the car for $99,600.
There are also an R-levels and a M M-M levels package for $109,900.
All of these packages come with six wheels, which you’ll probably want to keep in the car as you upgrade.
The standard F-level options are $89,400, $103,400 and $122,400.
The optional M R level packages include a set that adds six wheels to either the front or the rear for $107,200, and it also comes with a set for the rear, which adds six extra wheels to both the front- and rear-seat sets.
The R- level package includes a set with six extra tires and four additional front wheels for $112,800.
The lowest level of these upgrades is the M R M-levels, which will come in at $65,800 and add six extra rear wheels.
The lower level of M level upgrades are available at the M- level level ($68,600), and the M M level package adds a set to either of the rear- or front-seat setups for $89.500.
All three of these options are available with the lowest-level M R and M R R level options.
What about the upgrades?
The standard upgrade package includes the front bumper spoiler, an optional front diffuser, and a rear spoiler.
The rear diffuser is optional.
The front diffusers come with