As summer begins here in Delaware, it's quickly becoming the season of trailers with boats, jet skis, and campers filling the roads. Most of those trailers are pulled behind massive, oversized trucks that look like they rolled off the showroom floor yesterday. While there's nothing wrong with taking pride in your truck and keeping it clean, my favorite thing to see on the road is the F-150 that still has the toolbox in the back and mud on the tires, towing an old aluminum fishing boat. The drivers of the shiny behemoths might scoff at it from a few feet up, but that F-150 has been that driver's Hercules. You know that truck and its owner have done some work.
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Ford F-150 Aluminum Radiator 2015+
- Posted: May 31, 2019Categories: Ford F-150 Aluminum Radiator 2015+Continue Reading »
- Posted: March 08, 2019Categories: Ford F-150 Aluminum Radiator 2015+Continue Reading »
What haven't I said about Ford's F-150? It's reliable,
affordable, capable, comfortable, and all the other -ables that you'd want from
a truck, except for one. It's not invulnerable. Like every vehicle, time takes its
toll and something's bound to break. If you're lucky, you have some time before
those tolls hit your F-150's cooling system, but it's always a good idea to be prepared.
Mishimoto is working on a radiator to allow you to do just that.
Our last look at the 2015+ F-150 revealed that our
radiator needed to replace not one, but three different factory radiators. Our
goal was to combine the features of the two light-duty radiators and the
heavy-duty Raptor radiator into one even better aluminum radiator. To start
that process, we measured all three radiators,
- Posted: December 20, 2018Categories: Ford F-150 Aluminum Radiator 2015+Continue Reading »
Like the Roman hero Hercules, the 2015+ F-150 is capable of other-worldly feats. From the street to the jobsite, and even the dunes or the track, there's little that the F-150 can't conquer. With three available engines producing over 350 lb. ft. of torque, the 2015+ F-150 could probably stop the rotation of the earth. Even with all that power, many of the F-150's on the road will never see Moab or drag a 1,000 lb. log up a mountain. But that doesn't mean your F-150 shouldn't be your everyday Hercules.
Owning an F-150 should mean being confident that you can tackle any task life throws your way, but that confidence may be shaken if your stock cooling system has seen better days. Hercules is nothing without his strength, and if your F-150 is overheating, all the power in the world means little. That's why we here at Mishimoto are developing an all-aluminum radiator to keep your 2015+ F-150 going strong.