2018 Ford F150 Raptor SCREW - Leadfoot - 98,697 Miles - $45,900 - Oregon
All options for model year except for decals. Window sticker available on request.
-Raptor Technology Package
-Carbon Fiber Package
-Panoramic Moon Roof
-Rear Heated Seat
Truck is in...
RSI SmartCap EVO Sport for 2015 – 2020 Ford F150 (5.5 ft bed) in excellent condition. (Will fit 2021+ with longer front panel.)
Includes all original keys and mounting clamps.
$3,200 OBO; you transport
Abnormal tire wear can be from alignment, improper PSI or worn out shocks.
Regardless to finding a solution to your tire wear, you are pretty close to the rebuild interval for the shocks "road use only". Given that you have done light off-roading, you are eating away at the 50k mile "road use...
Yeah, but they are also a AT/MT hybrid...so they pretty much blow away all AT competition as far as performance without the full amount of noise of an MT. And they have snow/ice performance that MT's don't.
I personally think KO2s don't perform well for my environmental factors. I would...
I bought my truck used with 20" wheels and Ridge Grapplers already on it. I hated them both, the tires didn't channel water very well in heavy rain and the ride quality of the 20's and E rated tires was awful. Can't speak to snow or mud performance as I junked them before I got to that point...
Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs in 315/70R17. Join USAA bank and you can get Goodyears for 25% off. You don't need to be military to join the bank, only the insurance portion. My favorite tire, but may not be for everyone. They perform awesome in my environmental factors and look better, but...
My 2018 was shifting really, really hard between 4-5 and 7-8, felt like I was being rear ended. So hard that I thought something was going to break using sport mode and I quit using it. Found a TSB that said some trucks have bad transmission programming and need a reflash. The reflash solved...
I had one on order for MSRP and $3k cash back from Ford. Let the order go after comparing it to my Gen 2 on the lot. Just couldn't do it. That said, it has different capabilities, just don't need them right now.
I have Eibachs in the front and carry a static load of 400 lbs in the bed. The sag on the OEM springs was noticeable even before putting on the Eibachs. I have the Deaver +3HD and it now sits level. I wish I had gone with the +4 HDs to handle additional sag when trailer is attached or more...
Terrain, weather and your use case should be considered over looks in my opinion. Does weight matter? Road noise? Longevity?
Wrangler Duratracs....the only tire I'll run in the PNW. Luckily you can also get 25% off by joining USAA bank. I would still choose this tire without a discount.
At least you can drive in a Tundra. Ratio of repairs based on my experiences with Ford vs Toyota is 11:1. And that is only 3 years for Ford ownership as compared to 8 years of Toyota. I imagine that ratio will keep slipping.
I didn't flame them publicly and didn't go off, but I filled up an entire page in a word document on my service experiences since I've owned the truck and gave them realistic ratings on every question in the survey. I will still be calling Ford CS.