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Vehicle Name Canadian Quigley
Year 2002
Make Ford
Model E350 SuperDuty
Color Green
Packages EB, 7.3, rear heat/ac, cargo van
2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty
History Low mileage 02 E350 7.3 Quigley... started life as an EB cargo van but is slowly being transformed into a tow-rig/family camper. Still deciding on wether to go with a fixed hightop or a poptop of some sort so the interior build is very basic until we get that sorted out. Even after we get a top, the interior will not have running water or a microwave or hard-lined propane or anything.
2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Exterior 2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Exterior 2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Exterior
CR Laurence VW21601L window
Aluminess rear bumper with LED backup lights
Pelican 1690 rear storage box
Cheap roof vent with 200mm computer case fan
Front receiver with tow hooks
10000lb hitch mounted winch with Viking synthetic line
20" LED lightbar in front bumper
Extendable tow mirrors

2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Interior
Shelf-it overhead storage shelf
Tri-fold bed/bench
Passenger side seat swivel base
Spray foam insulated + 1 layer reflectix + 1 layer foil backed underlay
3/4" plywood floor with glue-down vinyl plank flooring
ARB 50qt fridge
LED lighting

Wheels, Tires, & Suspension
285/75R16 BFG AT KO2's
Stock Ford steel rims
Quigley conversion with Moog CC880S front springs
Bilstein 33-017204 front shocks
Bilstein 33-176840 rear shocks
FULL fresh rebuild on the Kingpin front axle
Mile Marker lockout hubs

Under the Hood
2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Under the Hood 2002 Ford E350 SuperDuty Under the Hood
7.3L Powerstroke
International up-pipe kit (heat wrapped)
TS Performance 6-pos tuner chip
Archoil 9100 in engine oil (Rotella T6)
Archoil 6200 in the fuel
Dfuser high idle controller
RiffRaff FRX fuel system
RiffRaff HPX line
AIH Delete (with code elimination wire)
Resonator Delete
Silicone Plenum Boots and T-Clamps
RiffRaff Plenum Reinforcement inserts
Under-hood fuel pressure gauge and test port
Napa 4019 coolant filter base and 4071 filter

Systems, Solar, & Electronics
Kicker CCS68 6x8 component front speakers
Kicker DSC68 6x8 coaxial rear speakers
Kenwood under-seat tune-up subwoofer
Xtrons Android 4.4 touchscreen headunit
Backup camera
Dash camera
GoPower 1500W Pure Sine Wave - High Surge inverter
4 - (yes 4) - stock size batteries
Tekonsha Prodigy trailer brake controller
Scangauge II

Favorite Destinations
Anywhere away from people
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Old 12-18-2015, 06:09 PM   #2
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always liked this color and im digging the stocker wheels. cool build man. you doing any kind of top or leaving as is?

also curious if you actually got 6 different tunes with your ts tuner setup? was also curious which front receiver came with the towhooks. i was looking for that option when i was looking and couldnt find any.

love your favorite destination too...
"understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of your car, oversteer is when you hit the wall with the rear of your car, horsepower is how hard your car hits the wall, and torque is how far your car moves the wall."
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Old 12-19-2015, 09:35 AM   #3
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Haha thanks.
I like the stock wheels too. Keeps it cheap and easy to replace them when the time comes.

As for a top, I'm still not sure. I am leaning towards going with a fixed high top, but my wife wants a pop top. I just don't want to spend the money on a pop top. Too many other toys to buy! Haha

The TS does have 6 positions and I have these programmed into it:
1) Stock
2) +50hp
3) +75hp
4) +100hp
5) +140hp
6) Anti-Theft

The anti-theft position just totally disables the van so it's not really a "tune" but a nice feature. You can mix and match and get the chip programmed differently though when you order it.

I made the front receiver myself. None that I looked at were tucked in high enough or back enough for my liking so I made this one. I like the option of tow hooks for the times when I just need a quick tug through some snow or mud. I did a quick sketchup drawing of the receiver so I'll dig it up and post it here.
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Old 12-19-2015, 12:22 PM   #4
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Here's the sketch of the front receiver. It's not exactly to scale and the angle iron pieces that the towhooks are bolted to are a little different than shown, but you get the idea of how it's built.

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