I had Toyo RT's on my F250 and loved them, but I will admit they they did spin a bit when the roads were wet after I got some miles on them. I always just assumed it was because the truck had nearly 1000ft/lb of torque.
Lots of Ford hate in here. It definitely happens on the Ford forums as well, I couldn't buy the Chevy simply because I hated the damn bowtie. Since I bought the Sierra I have come to like the wheel wells on the Chevy better but still like the Sierra overall. If you can't look at a vehicle regardless of manufacturer then you aren't a true truck/car person IMO.
I hate the way that the driver's side exhaust is flattened out before the Y-pipe as it runs under the truck. I already have plans to have the exhaust run as a true-dual set up once Range puts a DFM disabler on the market.
Weird. I emailed Range and they responded within 5 minutes stating the below: If your vehicle is equipped with DFM we unfortunately do not have anything available for your particular application at this point in time. We are actively looking into developing products for vehicles equipped with DFM, but we do not have anything currently available or in beta testing for them. Thanks. Range Technology Support
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