Does the Raptor use the same EPAS steering system the other trucks do?
I'm going to be honest with you, I don't know. A quick search confirms the 2017+ definitely do, and that the non-raptor F150s have had it since roughly 2011 at least so I would have to assume that these trucks have it as well.Does the Raptor use the same EPAS steering system the other trucks do?
Dude, that sucks! I'm sorry you're dealing with that.Sorry to hear you are stuck in limbo man.
Our trip to Florida in a week just got cancelled, and we are out a bunch of $ now.
And if you think your truck is a mess and you have been living out of it a while, just feel good knowing I routinely see trucks 10x worse in my trade, and even for people who work a 9-5 desk job lol.
Trucks looking good. Hope you make the best of everything!
OH THANK YOU ARBITER OF OVERLAND GEARSorry to hear. I’m sure it’ll all be back to norm soon. I’m sure it’s a good feeling knowing you’ve got a solid vehicle to fall back on if things do get worse. Looks like you put the Rotopax/molle and other tactical ovlnd gear to good use, so you get a pass
At this rate I don't think I'll ever leave Georgia!If you ever get over by WV again, there's some good trails around, if you know where to look. There are some jeep groups around the Jefferson National Forest area that bring some full sizes along to pull them out when they get stuck. I haven't been with them in a while, but it'd be cool to do a Raptor vs. PW ride one day.
Yes, I've been given orders to maintain a holding pattern. I talked with them about the cost implications of staying in a hotel until May, their response was "IDC LOL". I've been checking in with a local command about twice a week, but other than that I've been trying my best to maintain social distancing. I did have the transfer case on my Jeep grenade on me, but I ended up just giving that toSo you're stuck in limbo? Can't go back to previous posting and can't continue to new one?