The only thing I would change about my Scab is to have the doors on the Scab portion. During hunting season, it can be a little bit of a pain getting my rifles in and out of the back seat area.
+1, except for me its shotguns.
2004 Ford F150.FX4, 2" level kit, 275/70/18 Nitto Terra Grapplers. Flowmaster Super 44 SI/SO, 35% tint, Laredo Agri-cover Roll up Tonneau Cover, VHT tinted tails. Pioneer Head Unit, Infinity 5X7's. Thats all for now.
2013 Platinum 4x4.. Ingot Silver with Pecan leather..Ecoboost engine with 3.31 E-lock...Huskyliner's front and rear...F150 bed mat...BakFlip VP cover...Toyo P275x60x20 AT2's..Bilstein 5100 shocks...tinted fronts..Boost Bar to match upper grille.
That's weird..i woulda thought the Screw's would be well in the lead...only 5 ahead so far. It's gonna be a tight race....and they all LOOK good
...and standard cabs are now rarities where they used to be no.1...times have changed. I wonder if manufacturers would save money by just getting rid of the standard cab? What is the separate tooling and production cost vs. the benefit of the smallest portion of sales? Would the Scab be available at a lower price with the demise of the standard cab? I'd bet Ford would sell more 4.4 ltr diesel engines than standard cabs and they shelved the diesel for the F-150 for now (still producing the 4.4 ltr diesel engine for non-US markets).