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FishOnOne

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Posted: 06/25/20 08:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I sure like this new truck and I'm glad Ford didn't go crazy with the design.

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They look sweet. Thank god they didn’t hire the Chevy HD designer!


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Yep, it looks great as expected. Good job Ford! It truly is pretty tough to go wrong with an F-150.


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Posted: 06/26/20 05:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice looking truck, and I agree with your comment on design. The F-150's and the Rams are great looking trucks, however I still get scared every time I see a new HD Chevy. How many uggs are there in ugly?

Good job Ford!


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I’m curious about the built in inverter in the bed of the hybrid. How can a 30 amp travel trailer plug into it? It looks like it has the power to run the AC. That would be a boondockers dream setup.

I also saw that there will be the ability to attach external cameras. That’ll be nice for a backup camera on the trailer.

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Figured it out.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/PowerFit-30-Amp-240-Volt-to-30-Amp-RV-Outlet-Adapter-PF923055/203213234

Only $12 for the necessary adapter. I’ve got the cash available for that. Now I’ll have to start saving for the truck!

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7.2 KW Generator??? !!!

Freaking AWESOME

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I am still looking for air suspension. At least factory level ride for the rear.

I like the hybrid with generator option but hope that it doesn't take away from rated tow capacity. They mention 12k for the hybrid but the current truck can be configured for 13.2k. Now there need to work on putting max tow and max payload on the same truck so that you handle the tongue weight of the trailer.

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Groover wrote:

I Now there need to work on putting max tow and max payload on the same truck so that you handle the tongue weight of the trailer.


They did, it is called a F250/F350!


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I have bought several new Ford trucks in the past. I doubt if I will ever do that again. I still like them but they are just too expensive. They last though, so a used one is fine. I am still driving a 2002 7.3 liter diesel which is the best vehicle I have ever had.

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