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  1. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Roof Load Limit

    I’d suggest reaching out to Spider No-Drill and see if he’ll be making one. The owner is an aerospace engineer that can make roof racks that do not require drilling into the roof or clamping around the roof and ruining your seals.
  2. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Roof Load Limit

    I would not mount a Rhino Backbone. They are usually held on by pop rivets which is barely enough to hold on the rack itself. There are several YouTube videos from the aussies of them failing.
  3. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Roof Load Limit

    This is true but that weight supporting ability is while static. The ratings are always different for dynamic which usually 100-200 lbs, and off-road is even less at usually half of the dynamic rating.
  4. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Aftermarket Wheel Availability/Wish List for your 2022+ Maverick

    As someone that just shoved the biggest newest all terrain tire onto the cheapest wheels I could find for my Outback, I have to say I do regret it. I went up about 7 lbs per corner and it really ate away at my mpg and performance. Lost about 3-mpg and vehicle feels very sluggish from a stop...
  5. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Performance build and towing?

    I guess it depends on how much your boat and trailer weighs. Ford generally offers a factory tune for $700-900 on other turbo models. You’ll get a decent bump in performance (+45hp and +60 ft/lbs on the Ranger for example) and it’ll be warrantied for 3 year/36k just like a factory part.
  6. HarrisonFordMaverick

    AZ Maverick Appearance Thread

    Just spoke with Larry H. Miller/Berge Ford and they said they won’t have any until demo units arrive in October.
  7. HarrisonFordMaverick

    AZ Maverick Appearance Thread

    We all need details! What dealership was this?
  8. HarrisonFordMaverick

    AZ Maverick Appearance Thread

    Spoke with a rep at Chapman Ford in Scottsdale today and they seemed a bit clueless about it. Insisted the Ford hasn’t even made any Mavericks yet. So, probably don’t plan on that location.
  9. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Leitner Rack for Maverick previewed at SEMA garage

    You may want to reach out to Decked Drawers. Fantastic, if pricey system.
  10. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Impressions from Maverick 2.0L trainer. Legroom tested. 31-35 MPG reported.

    Thank you for the Subaru comparison! I have an Outback so, looks like this is maybe a few inches longer than it which should be a perfect size.
  11. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Low Profile Truck Bed Bars - Billiebars

    Love the low profile look of the system. I'm sure several people will have DIY systems of a similar look. Everyone needs to remember though that the weight limit of racks are generally dynamic ratings but off-road (even just fire/forest roads) drops to about half.
  12. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Impressions from Maverick 2.0L trainer. Legroom tested. 31-35 MPG reported.

    Right? I'm waiting to see what the average looks like when a trainer has to make a 3-7k elevation climb when out west.
  13. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Leitner Rack for Maverick previewed at SEMA garage

    The rear bar is actually removable so you can roll items in and then reattach it. Very excited for such a high end company to be supporting the Maverick. For anyone unfamiliar with Leitner they also sell add on for the sides which can include additional bars for mounting fuel/water cans...
  14. HarrisonFordMaverick

    FX4 Package Replacement Modes

    Eco and sport are all that I've ever heard of being removed in the FX4 package. However if this system is anything like the Ranger then you can likely add them via Forscan which is third party software as I understand it. The Ranger FX4 pack add terrain modes over the the standard 4x4 package...
  15. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Maverick FX4 off-road capability?

    This is pretty much what I’ve done with my Outback. It’s gone on all but the most severe Jeep trails in the Phoenix area with absolutely zero problems.
  16. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Maverick FX4 off-road capability?

    Anything is possible with time and money lol. Also, you’ll likely need all the switch gear and wiring plus something like Forscan to allow it to sync up to the ecu. You’d be better off just buying a Ranger if you want that level of capability.
  17. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Anyone looking at +40 offset wheels?

    Everyone needs to remember that offset is relative. +38 on a 7” wide wheel is not the same as +38 on a 8”, 9”, or 9.5” wheel. For example +38 7” wide wheel (which is factory width) is further away from the strut assembly than +38 on an 8” wide wheel (common aftermarket width). See the...
  18. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Pics: 2022 Maverick Aftermarket Measuring Session at SEMA Garage

    Warn winch would like to talk to you about what they've done for the Crosstrek, Outback, and Forester...
  19. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Maverick FX4 off-road capability?

    The non-Badlands Bronco Sport, yes. The Maverick FX4 will seemingly have everything the Badlands does minus the dual clutch rear end that can emulate a locker and split power to both rear wheels. Basically any unibody suv/ute/truck is limited off-road by their lack of suspension articulation...
  20. HarrisonFordMaverick

    Maverick Hybrid XLT Payload Rating is ~ 1426 Lbs (per captured yellow sticker! )

    For anyone that ordered or is considering the FX4 package, be advised the payload will generally be much lower. This is due to the spring rates and the suspension valving to compensate for a better off-road ride. Also, payload rating is a "dry" weight so that doesn't include fuel, which 1 gallon...
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