Rebuilding A Wrecked 2019 Ford F-450 Platinum

פורסם בתאריך 30 נוב 2019
2019 Ford F-450 Platinum!!! This new tow rig is going to be an epic build!!! We bought and duramax for hauling builds and as soon as we but a big lift and wheels on it, we knew it wouldn't be ideal for towing. This dually however is the perfect candidate and will be a smooth long distance hauler. We can't wait to dig in a see what it going to take to get it rebuilt! Stay tuned and thanks for watching!!!
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  • I was looking at this truck but I thought it was little too far away lol. Good luck! ITs looks like a nice one.

  • I'm going back and watching my favorite builds and this build was the first video I ever saw when I started watching. You two are the highlights of my week. Have me wanting to learn everything that y'all have done. Thank you! 🤙

  • Just curious did you pick her up on an online auction or an in person auction? Looking to get into a similar project myself thanks! Awesome!

  • Love what you guys are doing. I think it's time for your own super trailer though now. Especially if you're going to be doing more beasts like this one.

  • Can’t believe with all the nice cars that go through this channel that they don’t even have a trailer to haul this truck.

  • Keep the stock headlights!!! They’re so clean🤤

    • And they are really pricey to replace

    • Also they still work

  • I've always loved these restoration videos, but couldn't find a ILawardr that uploads videos on the same vehicle, and not switch projects mid-build, and forget about it, until I found you. You're awesome, keep it up! +1 Sub, and notification Bell.

  • @goonzquad, I’m really enjoying all your content. The quality of your work and attention to detail has been very impressive. It would be great if you guys would publish cost breakdowns of all your builds. You might consider setting up a Patreon where supporters could access insider information like detailed cost and time breakdowns for your builds and other behind-the-scenes content. I’m certain you’re already tracking your costs, and your time shouldn’t be too difficult to breakdown. This would also provide you an additional revenue stream without having to be completely reliant upon ILaward’s algorithms, and/or future sponsors to grow your business. Keep up the great work!

  • Guys i love your attitude, you guys are so humble it's inspiring. Well done

  • Starting my second viewing of the 450 series. Makes my 150 look tiny but I love this truck. GZ rocks. Great videos.

  • That’s one beast of a truck can’t wait to work on it!

  • Cool guys! Love your enthusiasm! All the very best.

  • U brothers show what brother love is all about .. Great videos... been catching up on all your videos fist time the videos with the truck u got for your on.....

  • 11:45 I'd recommend crossing the chains so if the trailer unhitches the chains will catch it instead of dragging it

  • Awesome truck! I'm a Ford guy, so super biased. Please don't modify the emissions systems. That's super bad for the environment and gives diesels and trucks in general a bad rep. Plenty of power can be made the right way! Love what you guys do on this channel. Much respect!

  • I wish it was a Cummins but still gonna be an epic build!

    • I like my Fords

    • Yeah, Cummins is bad ass. But what can you do right?

  • Just take the outer back wheels, flip them around and put them on the front. Then put the scratched ones on the back with the scratches facing in.

  • That code for the door should be in the back of the owner’s manual sleeve. It will probably Have reset itself since the battery may have gone dead and most people don’t change them from the factory code.

  • i've done this before with a non deckover trailer, and you guys got it right unloading, just need some 2x4s or something to get the front wheel/rims to clear the fenders

  • Hey guys amazing work !!! could you give us details about the auction ? how it works... how much you pay.. how easy is deal to clean the title after rebuilding X project ???

  • Oh man that’s a serious truck, good luck can’t wait to see it fixed up and running.

  • I love it when dudes are non bias, hella cool. Driving a GMC picking up a Ford. Good video, looking forward to the rebuild 👍

  • For the door code, check under the passenger dashboard. It’s sometimes placed on a sticker on top or hidden by paneling

  • That Super Duty is so damn nice. Nice upgrade from the GMC ;)

  • Had to revisit my first Goonzquad vid that hooked me onto the channel. Been 9 months and look forward every episode!!! Y'all are in the solid top 5 as of favorites 100%!!!

  • I love how y'all keep the work coming, y'all are awesome it's good content I enjoy watching

  • Door code should be on a card in the glove box, on the BCM, or you have to use IDS to pull the door code.

  • Uma dica é ao transportar um carro pesado como esse,o ideal é coloca-lo de ré na carretinha porque o peso do motor irá ficar nos eixos da carrerinha aliviando o peso no veículo que puxa

  • Even bent it's a beautiful truck to say the least. Looking forward to future videos.

  • For the door code there might be a card in the glove box with it. Also if you can find the card, if you locate the module for the door lock the code is in that module.

  • EGT had to be through the roof hauling on 6 with that on the trailer

    • yeah, i was thinking the same thing.

  • So guys, 15,000 is the GVWR of the F450. 8000 is probably on the light side for curb weight. You probably should have strapped that hood while towing, lol. Good idea keeping that speed down :)

  • To get the keypad code it’s either in the glove box in the owners manual pouch on a card. If not there you pay the Ford stealer to read it. Or download ForScan to a laptop or phone and get an OBD2 dongle. Reads it perfectly. Very cool truck!!! Look forward to watching the build!

  • I like ur work guys. I also want to do the same but the situation is not in my favour. Keep it up guys. This is my passion so i do this kind of work in my car

  • Oh man I would love a Ford F-350 or 450 like that. That’s a dream truck for me.

  • usually the code is a card in the owner’s manual my truck came with the code card inside the owners manual hope it helps guys

    • Just get the forscan program in your computer and a sub to doc cable. Get your code for free of the card isn't in the glovebox.

    • It’s exactly where jamesrichardson63 said. It’s on a sticker 5 digit code pretty large print. Can’t miss it.

    • Back of the bcm

    • If all else fails, ask the service manager when you are buying all the body parts. Just bring your title when you go there

    • Yep, what they said above.

  • Check the glove box for the owner's manual. Sometimes the door code is on a card in there. If not, any ford dealer can pull it. They may charge you though.

  • The code for the locks should be in the glove box. The code for my escape was on a card in the fancy zip up owners manual holder.

  • That's one beautiful truck, I will be watching the rebuild

  • Man definitely looking forward to this build!

  • These guys never cease to amaze me with their lack of knowledge. They are like kids in a candy store. Whatever is in front of them at the time and what they have personally seen in the past are the only things that exist in their world. They don't understand vehicle trim levels and options. -The power running boards are not aftermarket. They are OEM and nothing new. The Platinum F-150 has came with them since 2009. -Those auxillary/upfitter switches have been around since 2005 in the Superduty. -Ram has had vents for the rear seats and has had heated rear seats as an option for years as well. It is not unique to Ford. It's only GM that hasn't had those until 2019 for the 1500. -Remote start, remote tailgate, etc. isn't new to this truck. They are just options depending on the trim level. All of these were around on the Superduty in 2017 and would have existed on their F-250 had it been optioned so. Also, tow figures are very easy to look up: 21,000 lb bumper pull (32,500 lb gooseneck). For comparison, their 3500 Sierra is 13,000 lb bumper pull (17,200 lb gooseneck) and their F-250 is 14,700 lb bumper pull (14,700 lb gooseneck) best I can tell as configured.

  • Be careful with that sun roof my dads truck was leaking through the 3 brake light. Love the content

  • Keep up great work

  • It even has a heated tailgate to keep your hands warm in cold weather when you are pushing it home!!!!!!

  • I love the truck builds! Way more than the sports cars. I really like the ATV builds too

  • Damnnnnnnnnnn what a monster love it love a duali especially this one such a giant monster

  • Now that's a tow rig. Glad you listened to us Ford owners lol

  • Going to be a awesome build.....can't wait

  • Use a 4x4 lumber under the front wheels, it will go up and over the trailer fenders

  • You guys are awesome man. Thanks for getting me more into building some cars, hopefully my car comes out good

  • @16:42 You can find the code to your key-less entry on a sticker on the anti-theft module under the dash. Sometimes the module is in the passenger side foot well. It will be a 5 digit number and there won't be a label that says "Door code" or anything. So try any 5 digit only numbers that you find under there stuck on a module.

  • I personally enjoy the trips to pick up & first inspection of new build

  • Door code is a unique sticker on the manual. Check the upper glove box, usually in there...

  • Watched this whole process, sick finish!

  • Cleetus McFarland just tagged your truck on instagram! Time to have a build off Goonzquad!!!

  • Wow you guys are like pros at this now. Quality stuff and you guys are smashing it with your business. Wow 🤯. I find you guys to be exceptional. So young and you have a couple of Ferrari's and a vet and dodge demon and I could go on. Amazing. RESPECT from Vancouver b.c canada 🇨🇦🍺🚬👽🛸🇨🇦

  • Hey Goonz, all Fords equipped with keyless entry, have a keyless entry module. When you look up the info and location, the factory security code is printed on the module. It can allow you to unlock one door, all doors, and even roll down the windows from the code panel.

  • Wonder how much that F450 went for. Do you guys go to public auctions or licensed

  • I loved GMC build one of my favorite builds it came out so beautiful. This ford I cant wait to see what you guys do to this one

  • The aux switches are pre wired...the wires come out in the engine compartment in front of driver near fire wall....they are numbered also.

    • swen meyer right

    • @. Scout well they didnt seem to know that

  • And the loader the auction had isn't a "skid loader" it's just a front end loader or "pay loader". It articulates to turn, doesn't skid the tires like a bobcat.

  • Check the owner's manual for the code. There's usually a spare key, a key code etc with new vehicles.

  • Keyless entry code is on the body control module. There is a tag under the dash

  • You guys crack my ass up!! But I agree, dang, that is a sick truck!

  • The code to the door is in the manual . Hopefully it’s still in the glove box.

    • @Brandon Laury yeah but it sounded like you do. No big deal though

    • Nobody like me I wasn’t commenting as if I previously owned it . I’ve owned a few Ford’s and the code was always in the manual inside the glove box.

    • Ntokozo Masilela I got it and the op talking like he owned it lol

    • Its okay guys, it was a bad joke.

    • Ntokozo Masilela ??

  • 1k miles? I bet the owner was sick to the stomach! I know that’s why insurance is for but still

    • as an estimator, i have no clue how this truck totaled. That thing could take 30k in damage and not really be an actual total loss..

    • @James McGuire No they offered them the price of a F450 with 1000 miles. LOL, learn what ACV is.

    • Oho248 no way thats the exact truck buddy

    • If this is the truck I think it is... the guy that crossed center and hit this truck head on died but everyone in truck was fine

  • It hurts my souls that he said “it looks good like that” to the Duramax squatting

    • lol

    • sammy duran but it looks and functions like dog poop that way

    • She's made to squat though

  • Just out of curiosity how much do y’all think they paid for it

  • Maybe you need to modify the fenders on the trailer so they can unfold away from the frame and then fold back up and retain them with pins. If you can check out a U-haul trailer the fender on the driver side folds out and away so you can open the car door.

  • Might have to buy a flat bed wrecker or build one lol keep up the amazing work can't wait to see this build

  • 12:43 don't hook your chains onto your hitch step. extend your chain so they can reach the receiver. very unsafe

  • “We’re going to drive a little slower. Like 10 under the speed limit.” “First official pit stop. We drove 2 hours. A couple hundred miles” 😳😳😳

  • Cool Truck! Don't worry about these jacked-up rims, just take two rims from the rear, and everything's fine!

  • The code is easy to find....passenger side look down on the floor board.... on the right there a plastic cover you can remove...look for a white tag with 5 numbers on it....that's the code

    • That's where I found mine

    • Or in the owner's manual there should be a little card that has the code written on it. I bought a used '05 Mercury Mountaineer and I was trying to figure out how to find the code and I opened up the owner's manual and it was right there.

  • I CAN"T WAIT! This is going to be an epic build...

  • Look in the glovebox for the owners manuals. The door code come on a credit card sized plastic card with all the books. It should be a 5 digit code. If you have the factory code you can reprogram it to whatever 5 digit code you want. Good Luck

  • Finally A Enjoyable Build Been Skipping So Many Videos Lately

  • For the future, have some 2x4 (2x6) boards, that are the length of your fenders, to lay next to fenders to raise the tires up so you won't scratch the wheels. Just a thought. A couple of 3 on each side should work.

    • I commented before I saw you unload.

  • I’ve got an ‘08 F450 as my main tow vehicle. Love it

  • OMG I love those trucks I was waiting for u guys to rebuild a dually

    • Hey Door code. If you want the code for the doors it will be written under the dash on the back of the ECM just look around it is there