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Old 02-27-2009, 07:02 PM   #11
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thats from autorama last stereo show i went too, keep in mind its still severly underpowered, its on 2500 rms now, soon to be on 9000 rms
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Old 02-28-2009, 02:09 AM   #12
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I have a Scab now, and will never own one again. I love the Screw's.
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Old 02-28-2009, 03:52 AM   #13
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I love my Scab.

No offense to anyone (obviously I love them all) but does anyone think that the S'cab is the only one that has normal sized front doors? Looking at the top half of the door in the regular cab almost hurts its so stubby and the S'crew is not nearly as bad but just enough to be noticeable.

Sorry to interject my opinion but is it just me that notices that?
They made the door larger to help with rear access due to higher likelyhood that people will sit in the back of the Scab compared to the regular cab. There is a trade-off with how far the door sticks out when opened (to get it fully open for loading).
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I've had almost afraid to admit this but it is what it is. I've owned three dodge p/u's started with a reg cab then to ext cab then ended with the quad cab, and then I saw the light in the shape of a FORD sign and now I'm a proud owner of a SCREW. Could never go to a lesser cab, I like having the extra room and it's nice being able to only take one vehicle when you go out with a couple of friends not to mention it makes easier for the kids getting in and out.
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i have actually owned both a 07 SCAB and a 08 SCREW and the doors are smaller on the SCREW than on the SCAB. you can see it as well as when you ride in both feel the diffence. I still LOVE my SCREW
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Old 02-28-2009, 12:34 PM   #16
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Oh, undoubtedly. I would enjoy a Screw. In fact I am kicking around the idea of trading in for one but 4x4. I just can not get over the door look. It's really not a big deal but I hate inconsistancy.
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Old 02-28-2009, 11:34 PM   #17
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Currently have 2008 Scab shortbox 5.4 4x4. Perfect DD vehicle, can drive anywhere and haul anything w/in reason, short enough to fit in any parking spot I need.

Will supplement with 6.2L Raptor as soon as they release it. Same cab/bed, but might need wider parking options
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id rather get screwed than scabbed...lol
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id rather get screwed than scabbed...lol
That'll never get old. I laugh everytime I hear it.
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