The eighth-generation (1987-1991) Ford F-150 marked the end of the carburetor in Ford trucks. With an all-EFI engine lineup, the F-Series was moving into the modern vehicle era. Gone was the column-mounted three-speed, and the floor-mounted four-speed became a five-speed in 1988. Automatic locking hubs and an electronically-shifted transfer case were introduced in this generation. In another industry first, these trucks got standard rear anti-lock brakes. A revised grille and more aerodynamic profile differentiate the 1987-91 Ford F-150s from earlier trucks. To ensure your 1987-91 Ford F-150 continues to look great and perform well in the 21st century, check out some of these popular repair, upgrade, and aftermarket parts.