Trail turn assist

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Coming from crew cab f-150 that "turns like a rhinoceros ", is it possible to use the trail turn assist to get into a tight parking space at the mall?
I guess my question is, can I use this feature on pavement without screwing up my rig?


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Coming from crew cab f-150 that "turns like a rhinoceros ", is it possible to use the trail turn assist to get into a tight parking space at the mall?
I guess my question is, can I use this feature on pavement without screwing up my rig?
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Flat spot on the Homer is what worries me.
 

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Coming from crew cab f-150 that "turns like a rhinoceros ", is it possible to use the trail turn assist to get into a tight parking space at the mall?
I guess my question is, can I use this feature on pavement without screwing up my rig?
To answer this honestly: It’s only meant to be utilized on surfaces that allow slip (like sand). On a high traction surface worst case you’ll make a ton of noise and scrub away rubber, worst case you’ll have binding or high forces acting against mechanical components, brakes, etc.

But really, we all know a whole bunch of us are just gonna send it.

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To answer this honestly: It’s only meant to be utilized on surfaces that allow slip (like sand). On a high traction surface worst case you’ll make a ton of noise and scrub away rubber, worst case you’ll have binding or high forces acting against mechanical components, brakes, etc.

But really, we all know a whole bunch of us are just gonna send it.

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Worst case....
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Best case.....
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Which models get this feature?
 

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This thread is the reason Ford is offering upgraded half shafts in the accessory list. This is 5 diamond mall crawling!
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