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  1. s17_raptor

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    What's life like, owning a Raptor in Maryland? Interested to know other Murrlander experiences, tips, advice, etc.

    I picked up my SCAB on 3/20, and I'm feeling pretty stoked about it.
     

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    Maryland sucks huge balls for raptor ish. We have to drive for hours just to get to anything raptor worthy.

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    That's what I've gathered from reading some posts here. I guess trips elsewhere will be the only means to fully enjoy the truck off-road.
     
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    Keep an eye open for the big events. They sellout fast. Are you in the Mid Atlantic Facebook group?

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    Yes, I am. The next event is the Carlisle Ford Nationals.
     
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    I'm moving from PA down to the White Marsh, MD area in a few weeks
     
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    Saw a 2Gen LB SCREW a couple of times. Once on 32 and once on 175. Only other 2Gen I've seen.
     
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    I am in Baltimore, and to be honest I have not driven it that much yet(Bought it a week ago). Its pretty stressful to drive around because it so huge and hard to find parking, and it wont fit in some garages.

    I just need to get use to it, but living and working in Baltimore can get a little stressful when commuting in a raptor, especially when cutting through neighborhoods like federal hill, where it can get very tight.
     
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    I've not taken the truck into any garages yet, but I can see the difficulty of parking it in one. Heck, I'm still getting use to parking it in general. My old habits of driving a Tacoma creeps up and they don't work with the Raptor.
     
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    I live in Catonsville, drive a Lightning Blue Screw.

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