Has anyone seen a side by side comparison of beam patterns? We probably won't until someone buys them and installs. I quess someone will be the guinea pig and give us before and after shots.
I can also see someone buying the Pros and sticking in some LEDs with ridiculous lumen output and...
There have been people who have done this. They do physically fit but the wiring is different. None of them have BLIS. Some one contacted them and they said no plans for US spec Ranger, not enough demand.
When I first got mine just walking across the floor drove me nuts. Just give it time, you'll get use to and tune out the crazy background noise you couldn't hear before. The wife doesn't go away though. 😁
At one time being able to go from D to N was considered a safety thing. Being able to quickly slap the lever into neutral helped when needing to stop quickly in slippery conditions by disengaging the drive wheels. Of course that was before anti-lock brakes and all the other electronics.
Understood, at the wheel well it better be over 30". Still sounds high even for a factory hitch.
Shocks will not lower a truck unless something is wrong. Most others are seeing a slight gain.
Many of us would love an easy way to lower the back 2", but this ain't it.
Remember with Fordpass you need to have data service on your phone and your truck needs to be able to access an AT&T data connection. It is not a direct connection between your phone and your truck. If you have bad cell service with either carrier in your area your out of luck.
I would be careful about them fitting our US Rangers. They say 16-20 Ford Ranger. May be for ROW Rangers. Lot of threads about trying to fit ROW Ranger headlights in our trucks.
[EDIT] Checked web site, they do specify US trucks only. Look like they need to proofread their info better.
Like has been said a lot of factors go into justifying anything we do. A mod such as a tune or the big mouth are one time cost. So justifying it over time is easy. The cost differential of gas is an ongoing cost so it needs to be immediately justifiable. That's why a 30 to 40 percent increase in...
Not to go off topic,but there is another thread on stumbling on hard acceleration. It seems what they found is condensation in the intercooler. On hard acceleration the moisture gets pulled into the intake and causes misfire. Seems like it came from the F150 forum. Fix has been to drill a small...
Yeah it's interesting they bring up tire pressure too. It's something I was just thinking about with mine. I run mine a little lower for ride comfort but extreme cold really drops them lower. Just need to reduce them again once it warms up. I wonder what difference 2-3 psi makes?