Jmav2152

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Thank you ! Maybe they would put lower because of the difference from the grill?
Potentially but the angle on the sport is pretty damn good. If they put it too low it may not be as good but I guess we'll see.

 

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Hmm interesting to compare though the grills are definetly not the same size here . Maverick grill is much shorter in width

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Potentially but the angle on the sport is pretty damn good. If they put it too low it may not be as good but I guess we'll see.
True guess we will find out for sure lol
 

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thats why I am not going order one , I order my Bronco 2/3/21 and still dont know when I get it .
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 time :ROFLMAO:
 


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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.
The bed being attached to the cab doesn't make it a unibody.
 

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Its really a parts bin upgrade. Nothing that new other than where to put more orange accents.
I’m okay with being in a parts bin upgrade. Sign me up.
 

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I dont think we will put our FX4's on a situation where we need those changes offered in the tremor package. Most of us are already larger in tire size and higher than that 1" offered in the tremor package. It is nice to have that rear diff but I dont think it will make so much of a difference.
 

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It's awesome that Ford is introducing a more off-roady package but I was hoping they would have called it the "Rattler" like some rumors had suggested. I also understand that the "Tremor" name is Ford's middle tier off-road package name. What I'm hoping is that Ford uses the "Rattler" name for a street oriented version that has also been rumored! That would keep in line with the serpent names for high performance street versions of their vehicles! It sounds better then a Maverick ST in my opinion, even better then that would be a Maverick "Top Gun" package...lol! I'm down for either version of the Maverick.
 

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that's not swappable unit. You'd have to take off the full frame. at that point buy the new one.
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.
Sorry yall, I just got current in this thread. This is from a ways back.

 

 
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