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#1 WjColdWater

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Posted 29 March 2020 - 02:31 AM

Yep I’m bored, this time at home is getting old! The new truck hasn’t left the shop since we brought it home. I detailed the exterior yesterday waxed and 303 on all the exterior plastics and rubber. Carol spent time pairing I-Phones and down loading the Ford Pass app. The app allows you to preform and monitor functions from your smart phone. Tons of things it can do most I will probably never use. Some features the app can do: remote start and stop, unlock or lock doors, location of your vehicle, monitor systems, tire pressure, oil life, etc. We chose the gray interior which was the exact same color and materials as our 2017 F-150. Differences between our 2017 and the 2020: changed from a standard cab 8’ box to a super cab 8’ box, changed payload package to HDP, changed from 3.5 eco to 5.0L, seating changed to 40/console/40. 
XLT appointments are comfortable and basic. Some extra features we ordered: nav, brake controller, tow package. 

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Rear doors swing 180 deg a nice feature. 
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Weathertech floor mats on order, ARE topper from old truck at paint for color match, full undercoating to protect undercarriage from the brutal salt road treatments. New wiring harness for our FWC Grandby this will round out the truck set up. Looking forward to being able to hit the road with the truck camper combo.  Unsure when that can happen with the current virus lockdown. Hopefully soon we can all start wandering and enjoying this great nation. 
Safe travels Wayne+Carol


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#2 Mighty Dodge Ram

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Posted 29 March 2020 - 04:33 PM

Looks great. My FIL has the XLT package on his ‘18 F-350; everything you need, nothing you don’t. When we were shopping the Big 3 for him it seemed as if it was easier to special order through Ford. Not sure, I’ve never owned a Ford truck. His large animal vet practice used them for years and they were mostly trouble free. 
 

Added edit: I like the 180 degree doors. The Big Blue Barge (my ‘02 Chevy) could use them. 


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Posted 30 March 2020 - 01:07 AM

Would like to hear a comparison between the 3.5 and the 5.0 motors once you get some time on the new truck.


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Posted 30 March 2020 - 04:09 AM

Would like to hear a comparison between the 3.5 and the 5.0 motors once you get some time on the new truck.

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Nice interior shots!

Being you went from a regular cab, I'd be interested in seeing what you do with the super cab space (I  assume you don't need it for passengers).


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Posted 30 March 2020 - 11:13 AM

Would like to hear a comparison between the 3.5 and the 5.0 motors once you get some time on the new truck.

I will report back with those details once we are out of jail. 


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#6 WjColdWater

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Posted 30 March 2020 - 11:25 AM

+1

 

Nice interior shots!

Being you went from a regular cab, I'd be interested in seeing what you do with the super cab space (I  assume you don't need it for passengers).

Thanks! With the FWC storage the rear seat area this will be a nice combo. Our golden retriever will have her own area also. This probably says it all 3000 miles with a golden retriever in our standard cab. 
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#7 Bill D

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Posted 31 March 2020 - 06:36 AM

Your pooch is certainly going to enjoy her personal space  :)

She can always visit.  Not going to work as well with the 40 console 40 setup.  I'm certain there will be a lot of nose over the center console for a pet.


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#8 fuzzymarindave

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Posted 05 April 2020 - 06:28 PM

Nice truck.  The rear floor on the Supercab is just big enough for the dog.  I like the Supercab configuration because you can access front seats and back seats without a door in the way and the wheelbase is shorter than a supercrew. Too bad they don't offer the HDP with a 6.5 foot bed for my Hawk, because i would be tempted to replace my F250 if they did.  


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