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Let’s see those Raptors in the snow!

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Kashoggio, Nov 28, 2019.

  1. hj_s14

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    wow, beautiful

     
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    just got back from a snow run in NM.
    dropped the BFG's to 23psi and never once had an issue. from icy roads to bumper deep snow on the trail, this thing is a beast.

    (I'll get the pics loaded up later)
     
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    Awesome...thanks guys. I’m excited to test this thing out later this month. I’ll stick with the stock K02s for now and will need to decide between these or the Ridge Grapplers when it’s time to replace them.

    now to decide where to spend the tire money I just saved....winch and FMIC?
     
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    Just got back from a hunting weekend.. The off grid cabin is 1/2 mile off the road.. many drifts and more than a foot of snow pulling a trailer with an ATV.... (ATV was unloaded obviously in this pic).. Nothing to brag about regarding hunting, but the Raptor made this trip uneventful...

    I have to admit, 90% of the time my Raptor is on the pavement.. but the 10%, like this weekend, it was awesome to have the capabilities of a Raptor.

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    I love this thread
     
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    After an accumulation of snow on the windshield, the effect of the wipers being frozen to the windshield can cause a somewhat unwanted result.

    It's a very common sight in mountain towns and areas that get a bunch of snow.

    Sam
     
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    From this past April. Raptor allowed my gf and I to have Pictured Rocks to ourselves

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    Sam,

    I'm a fast learner! Already cleaned off a bunch of snow and still coming down. The morning should be a little easier thanks to you and CD!
     
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    This is my first winter with the Raptor in MT. So far I've only gone through 8-10 inches of powder and packed stuff. I am running stock tires and around 38 psi all around. I also have 240 lbs of sand in the back as well. I typically keep it in normal/ 4A mode and it hasn't come close to slowing down. One of the best snow vehicles I've had, except for a Kubota with loaded tires ;-)
     
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