Sorry. I forget about the unnecessary myriad of trim levels that I can’t keep track of.
Badlands. Not lux. Not Sasquatch. Soft top manual transmission. Has the marine vinyl seats. 4 door. Not sure what else to specify.
I know we see a lot of high market driven prices, dealer markups, but what would you expect to see in a private sale of say a 2021 Area 51 soft top 4 door non SAS 2.3 MT with 4,242 miles on it? Most of the vehicles I see for sale are on brand new ones.
I don’t see too many...
This doesn’t surprise me. Ford should have used a typical window frame like in most trucks.
If I go over railroad tracks with any of my windows half down they rattle to hell and the passenger front will roll up or down automatically.
I do know that when I shut the passenger front door with the...
Man. That raw unpainted pic is definitely a weld. I’m convinced the OP pic is not. Look at the hole to the left on the OP pic. Has more seam sealer in there. Although I see a spot of slag. Hmmm. A mystery. Regardless, I wouldn’t worry about.
Yup. Good pic.
Odd that people would think that their entire roll bar was put together with only a couple inch long weld.
It’s just seam sealed panel overlap.
Anyone that would make a structural roll bar would never join 2 pieces in that location.
It’s welded underneath in a different spot. The part you see is the sheet metal overlap from the piece going forward. This is not structural. It’s also seam sealer that looks like it had a bubble in it and popped before drying.
Ford uses as little amount of welding as possible any more.
Maybe not so much arguing but debating semantics.
We always just have a few straps between everyone. Some old some new, some crappy, some decent. Use one, if it breaks, try someone else. Where theres a will there is a way.
I love forums. People are going to argue about anything.
Nothing is even worth buying unless you get a 33 foot 771 Ton Samson Panther Recovery Sling. They are only $9,600. Small price to pay for being prepared.