Supercrew vs. Supercab - What is best?

Discussion in 'Prospective Raptor Owners' started by raptorort, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. iceman302

    iceman302 Full Throttle OG

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    SCREW: more room, more towing, more payload, more comfortable, more practical, more stable towing... more truck.

    Did I say more?
     
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    All good things...On The Road.:waytogo:
     
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    Oh yeah... and more range.

    And let's face it... even the most frequently off roaded Raptors see more street duty than dirt duty.

    I needed a cool truck with plenty of room for the kids and plenty of power for towing. The looks, features, and offroad prowess are just additional benefits.
     
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    this is the SPAM poster..... all they do is link to their site, they aren't reading these comments... every single post by raptorort links to this site or whatever it is.

    If that's the case then I prefer the SCREW because there's more room for me and raptorort's Momma in the back seat.:peace:

    Having said that, I own a SCAB. :waytogo:
     
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    Yeah, I had that ass too...wasn't worth it.
     
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    I'm in the market for a new Raptor. I currently have a F250 sd 6.0L diesel. My biggest issue is that I have to tow my 9,000LB (empty) WWFS2600 "bumper pull" toy hauler to Glamis, CA twice a year, (once at the beginning of the season and once at the end to bring it home). As soon as I get it out there, I will just tow it from the storage unit to accross the street to the Washes when I arrive. I've heard some people talking about damaging the rear shocks with too heavy of a load. Is this really an issue?

    Thanks in advance!

    Chris
     

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