And that's why I'm going to order one, I don't need a new vehicle right now. But I figured that in the next two to three years I will, so I should get my Maverick around that timethats why I am not going order one , I order my Bronco 2/3/21 and still dont know when I get it .
The bed being attached to the cab doesn't make it a unibody.The Silverado EV has a bed that’s attached to a cab like a unibody. I don’t think a unibody is a limiting factor. Negatives of a unibody are repair, lack of bed replacement for repair, concerns of damage if bed is overloaded or overstressed. There are also many positives. I guess that’s just my opinion but I’m an engineer who’s worked in the industry.
That is exactly what I would call a swap. I had already hoped that once I get past the warranty I was going to find the BS Badlands and drop the full subframe and bolt it in. I was wondering how to deal with the ECU if the unit I pulled it from didn't have one, but now that should be much simpler. To buy it new is 100% not worth it for me bit a truck load of cheap parts and some time rolling in the dirt will get it done.that's not swappable unit. You'd have to take off the full frame. at that point buy the new one.