Stonewall Jackson

Name: Stonewall Jackson
Model: 2002 Ford F250
Color: White w/ Grey Bumpers and Grill
Displacement: 444 cubic inches / 7.3 liters
Transmission: 6 speed manual
Drive: 4x4 w/ Limited Slip Diffs
Front Axle: DANA 60 w/ Manual Hubs
Rear Axle: Ford Sterling 10.5"
Axle Ratio: 3.73:1
Body Style: Regular Base, 8' Bed
Power: 275 Ponies
Torque: 575 foot-pounds
Mods: Bone Stock (for now)
Status: Smokin'

Brand new (to me) as of late April 2007. Came with a standard 2" receiver hitch and a nice B'n'W Turnover Ball in the bed for gooseneck trailers in addition to an aluminum tool box in the popular "diamond plate" pattern across the bedrails. Cab steps were installed to help getting in and out of the truck, and they really help. Additionally, the truck came with premium after-mark rims to run larger all-terrain tires than the stock rims would allow.

In the future, I intend to do a number of major and minor performance mods to the truck including gauges (pre-turbo EGT and boost), cold-air intake (probably a Donaldson AIS for all the dirt roads around here), and a less restrictive exhaust system (likely a 4 inch turbo-back). Of course, all this is building up to installing a new chip from DP-Tuner. Will likely use a couple of tow tunes, a high-idle tune, an economy tune, a performance tune, and the perenial favorite, a smoke tune to really roll the coal on those rice burners.