You all need to chill with the tire pressure stuff. Recommended is 38. 40 is not so much more that you’re going to be screwed. It can still do plenty of stuff at 38 psi without issue. Is it ideal? No. But if anything is so close to failure that 2 psi tire pressure pushes it over the limit then the design is straight trash. I think Ford has done enough due diligence that this IS NOT the case. There is a reason this happened other than tire pressure. My best theory right now is alignment at full compression was either toed out or in such that it caught and tried to turn both wheels in hard. The rut would have had to be V shaped to buckle both on its own and it’s not. If that were to be the case and it just needed to be aligned to be more neutral at full compression maybe it could save us some headaches in a very simple way.