Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by 50 Deep, Sep 10, 2019.
Damn Son, want to thank your pit crew too?
looks like about the same sort of abuse that is possible at a TRR event.
what's that about glass houses?
and furthermore, it is certainly more dirt than most raptor owners see. chill.
he's new to dirt. I know him from my gt350 days. tracks his car and everything.
you don't go race f1 when you get your first gocart.
No glass house here. Post just reminded me of some Nascar interview.
I've been in and around offroad crap for more than 20 years, many of those owning an off-road fab business. I've run Walkers, Racelines, whatever. Just found it funny. Carry on.
It’s a new truck brother. I like to treat my vehicles well and keep them for a long time. Truck will see some dirt and fly a little, but have zero plans to drive it above my capabilities. Build your skill incrementally is what I was always taught from my track days in the GT350R and Raptor Assault.
I have a tendency to show everyone love that helps me achieve my goals. When you and I get out on the dirt someday I will be sure to thank you too.
Sorry brother, but that's not dirty
Guys, it's as clean as it is, while he's romping on it, because of the Coating. If it wasn't coated, it'd be dirty as hell.
Pretty sure those photos were taken after the 2 hour pressure wash.
Dirt? You are doing it wrong. When you have mud coming out from behind you tailights, that’s dirty.
Just kidding seriously looks great and you’re right she is an absolute blast. And just a heads up check your Air filter...bet it’s filthy
Raptors are born to get dirty. Have fun! In fact a pressure washer should come as standard equipment.
How do those VR Rims hold up off road. What size tires you got on there?
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