Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Lupa, Oct 25, 2020.
I'm sorry but I am officially off of that list.
I don't do events, but I'm off road a lot, getting to good places to hike. On road a lot too, as it's a wonderful daily. But your point is valid, out of the three other owners that I've met personally, only one goes off road, and it's for hunting, not playing. So my personal sample says 50% go off road, but I live in an area where going off road is easy and convenient. The percentage that goes to events I'd guess at something like 1%, but I might be high. Way high.
I use 100% of my phones capability. I make calls and receive calls.
I like this thing BECAUSE it can go all kinds of places. Washing it properly takes forever though.
Piss off troublemaker! I drove mine on my grass and everything!!!!
I use mine its in a glass bubble when I change the air I sit in it . So ya mine is very well used.
You are probably pretty close on your numbers.
The more interesting question IMO, is how many owners spend $10k to $20k in mods to help go faster off-road and still never take their truck off-road?!?
2017 with 67,000 + miles. At least 60% off-road in South Texas. Oil and gas well leases. No Mods other than a Wilson Cell phone truck system
I put over 27k mile on mine for work, it's been my office in the field doing wireless telecom work.
Cool part with my job is that it often involves setting up and maintaining targets. Invariably, when it’s rainy or a rough range, everyone looks at the dude with the Raptor to run targets.
I never push back until one of them “offers” to drive. With this mileage in my career, I know there’s always at least two guys who go down range; one to drive the truck, and one to ride in the bed and huck steel.
Drive, now, do I.
With heated seats.
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