That third row take up a horrible amount of cargo area, far worse than in my GX460. Which I removed immediately upon purchase, as I have zero need for third row seating. Got rid of nearly 100 pounds in the process.
I was at a Lexus dealership the other day trolling for GXs, and was shocked to find the LX had less headroom than the GX. Even with the seat all the way down my hair was brushing the ceiling.
Oh well, not really in that market anyway. Carry on.
I get it, and I wasn't criticizing. For a single guy like me to have multiple vehicles isn't a good option, unless I move to the country and have room for all that. As it is I just have a single car garage.
Ah, okay. Makes sense, sort of. The 35" tires are a lot heavier, not sure about the rest of the package adding much weight.
Not a big deal to me really, not sure I would even get a roof rack. I don't have one on my FJC.
I was just practice building a Bronco on their website for the hell of it (it will be at least a couple of years before I buy one, if ever)... anyway, can anybody tell me why you can't get the roof rack with the Sasquatch package?
I'm sure the aftermarket will remedy that, but I'm just curious...
I had these on my FJ for a while, they did great. They aren't as good as a dedicated snow tire but no AT is (get the Nokian Hakkapeliitta for that). For an AT they were good for me in Minnesota. They have a fair amount of siping compared to some ATs and most MTs which helps in the snow.
I got some more details from him about the 5.0 F150 he just got rid of after only 49k miles:
"Think it was a Monday or Friday build. I really liked the truck but it was full of gremlins, weird noises/clunks. The engine/trans computers had to be re-flashed several times. Trans was always...
My buddy at work had a 3.5 Ecoboost F150 that blew up on him. So he switched to a 5.0L F150. It spent more time in the shop than on the road. Last week he ditched it too and bought a new 4Runner. Old tech rules.
These big "nail" type tent stakes are my favorite. Never had them pull out.