so, for verified late availability items like mansquatch,
do we order in december/january, and expect a long wait,
or will ford delay entering those orders to sometime in '21 (and somehow keep our reservation number)?
from the article, the cadillac system was much better at seeing if the driver had eyes open and looking down the road. it also restricted full auto to places with low likelihood of unexpected interactions (like divided highways), unlike the tesla which was quite happy driving full auto on...
it looks like it's a fairly permanent installation.
it would be great if a front hitch mount was available if you wanted to pursue a removable hitch.
would also have to beef up the rear hitch mount to something sturdier than class ii to use the winch to pull backwards instead of forward.
as i was pondering where to move the control pack of the warn winch (if i elect to use the factory option), i remembered that large flat vertical expanse on the passenger's side dashboard.
is there a glove box or similar storage compartment in that area?
don't be surprised if the fix is either ford moving the camera onto the winch control housing or ford using a ford specific version of the relocation kit.
or they could not allow the winch in the B&P due to GVWR
(pretty sure the winch and mod bumper are heavier than the missing Squatch roof rack)
this kit moves the solenoid/control pack out of the way of the camera. it's a bunch of extra engineering including tweaking the modular bumper or another area to accept the solenoid.
i'm sure ford doesn't want to change the modular bumper design to include several additional holes since...
i'm just going to assume that my MY21 mansquatch will be delivered NLT late summer 2022, preferably with white hard top, light interior, heated MGV seats and green paint from the factory.
(i have low expectations otherwise)
i love this portion:
in reality, the test is rather constructed to simulate, for example, a reversing car or a child rushing out onto the road.
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i was watching this video from nashville early bronco from the old days at super cel east
and noticed that the warn winch displayed is loaded with synthetic rope (~ 2:55 minutes).
estaban the brand manager identifies it as the warn zeon 10S.
do we really know what the B&P is speccing out...