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    Ford Superduty Tremor "off road" 2020 F250/F350.

    I think you'd be smart to go this route over the Tremor package. End up with a better suspension too. I'd say perhaps skip the front locker, but if you're re-gearing anyway...
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    If you want a good reliable truck

    No, current. (Though if you want me to go back to the Ford trucks that I grew up with during the '70's I could... ) Warped panels, switchgear that feels spongy, plastic flashing from the molding process that is sharp. It's just little things that they've always done kinda half baked, just like...
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    If you want a good reliable truck

    It's a cheesy business tactic that Ford has always used along with crazy MSRP pricing antics and lower grade interior materials across all trim levels.
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    Looking for input - removable LiFePO4 solution with alternator/solar charging

    I knew that they weren’t available when I placed the order. Local Flagstaff company that I’ve delt with for over 20 years.
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    Looking for input - removable LiFePO4 solution with alternator/solar charging

    I've got one on order from Northern AZ Wind & Sun. They said mid-March but with hopes of a few sooner than that.
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    Ford Superduty Tremor "off road" 2020 F250/F350.

    I haven't read of any issues, but chances of the actual display being a or the problem is slim vs. a firmware problem. Any of the new bigger displays on any OEM are going to be pricey to actually replace.
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    Ford Superduty Tremor "off road" 2020 F250/F350.

    Watching the video (which the off-road stuff was shot at a gravel quarry west of here in Phx., that Ford setup for upcoming presser's) I was expecting a bit more flex than what that Tremor did. They intentionally made that ditch though to highlight the fact the computer could keep it moving...
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    Which Overland Vehicle and Why?

    100 or preferably 200 series Land Cruiser is what I personally would look for as a generic answer. Oh, on edit, you said why. Comfortable on pavement and off. Decently capable right out of the box. Good aftermarket support. Worldwide support. Over engineered. Can haul both people and/or gear...
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    Ford Superduty Tremor "off road" 2020 F250/F350.

    Correction would be solid LEAF sprung solid rear axle truck. I haven't looked at all of them, so not sure that could be taken as a global statement. 4th+ gen 2500 RAMs are coil, so different setup entirely. However, the bigger the block, the greater the amount of axle wrap that will occur under...
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    Hawk 4WK

    15k would be what I'd expect to pay, if it is 'mint' as the seller claims. It is missing a hot water heater, which given the other options is unfortunate. Sink is in a bad spot too if you use the bed in the extended position.
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    Four Wheel Camper - A Review

    There are pics on FWC's site...
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    Ram 2500 gasoline extended gas tank help

    Clay at XO talks about the Brown Davis tank in his Prospector starting at ~12:00 in: There are some pretty good shots of it underneath, and looking at how it is multi-tapered to the rear, it does look promising.
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    Quadrasteer Worked So Great for Chevy, Right? Now Maybe It’s the F250’s Turn

    But this is a Ford design patent, so you're good with all things Ford. No? :rolleyes:
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    Ram 2500 gasoline extended gas tank help

    What are you confused about? Maybe if you read the first post by the OP then you wouldn't be confused? But none the less, thanks for the fun facts. At this point, I think that the only under bed options are the Brown Davis or a custom fab'd unit like it. The Titan spare tire offering looks...
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