I too was in an accident with a smaller vehicle in 2000. My neck has never recovered. Luckily no passengers that time. I'll take the larger vehicle to a degree anytime (aside from parking).She drives my Super Duty a few days a week, it sits on 37's, the last Super Duty we had also sat on 37's, she's grown accustom to the height/look. She survived a deadly wreck in which she lost her older sister and has since been very uneasy about smaller vehicles, it's a mental thing, but I don't push it, I just stay supportive. Her first comment after looking at it last weekend was that she thought the stock tires looked small and mentioned we should change them and in all honesty every one here thinks the same thing because its true. She'd likely be happy with a slightly bigger tire i.e. 35's, but I am taking this opportunity to slap some 37's on and she said as long as its similar to my truck she's fine with it. So hate on a mans build thread all you want, but that's kind of pathetic if you ask me.
@OilbrnrCurious about your deadening on the doors though. In reading your description you matted the inner (outer) metal door skin, but did you put it anywhere else, like frame structure or the actual plastic door card? I notice bass buzz on the perimeter of plastic rear panels where they contact the metal.
Agreed. I love my 5.9 but it is heavier than hell like the other brands. I'd love a PW but with a graphics delete.
What's funny is I normally can't stand decals. I even want to remove the FX4 badge on my truck. But, something about a red power wagon with the decals just looks oh so right to me.I can’t stand the new decals, I removed them from my 19, they look better removed.
I normally go for low key as well. When I finally decided on a Power Wagon, I was sure it would be a Laramie That said, I am and always will be a child of the 70s and 80s. My grandparents' neighbor had a Macho Mango Power Wagon when Simon and Simon came out...my 2018 has the bed decals.