Mine certainly exhibits a rough idle as well, especially after a cold start with ambient temps below 20*F, RPM fluctuating from 1200-1800 RPM. It almost feels like a diesel high idle some mornings. I got tired of listening to it so I just garage the truck now.
Hello Fellow Degenerates,
My ‘23 began leaking fluid from the pictured hole in the undercarriage. I am far from being an automotive mechanic so I am reaching out to the experts for help.
There appears to be 7-10 drops accumulating overnight, symptoms slow with prolonged periods of the engine...
Just don't get in a fender bender, been quotes out there as high as $41,000 to repair simple body work, same goes for batteries.
Yes they will fit, but you will have additional wear and tear. I know a few members had steering racks fail with 37's and unresolved vibration as a result. To me, with the Gen 2, the juice isn't worth the squeeze to run 37's for purely aesthetic reasons. Not to mention, your hypothetical "jump"...
Without proper maintenance, yes. Plus, it's just another thing that can go wrong. I've had them on a '20, '22', and '23 Raptors all problem free. Additionally, I have a few work trucks with them and they've all been problem free, maintained with Krytox PTFE based lubricant.
Yeah, my Tundra had the hybrid " Max " engine. While on paper it had more power, it made zero difference in drivability or performance vs the non hybrid version. Another layer of complexity is not what Ford needs, they need to emphasize getting what they currently offer produced "better".
Yeah, remove the gasket that seals against the tailgate. It's going to be one or the other with the design closing force of the tailgate and interference from the gasket to create a "weather tight seal".
I don't disagree with your sentiments at all, only thing I would like to add;
I think Ford saw the prices that the secondary market was commanding for Raptor's and Raptor R, and saw so much money left on the table that they are just going after it themselves instead of letting dealers take...