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Old 10-12-2017, 04:16 PM   #1
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I have driven Ford trucks since 1980 and have had a few of them over the years. Most of them where XLT's and below. I leased a 2015 XL up until July 31st this year when the lease was pretty much over. I found a left over 2016 Platinum full loaded dealer lot (DEMO). I worked some magic and brought it home. It has the 3.5 Eco 3.55 Elocker and Max Tow package. Now to my original complaint. My wife wanted a Jeep wrangler 4 door so in 2014 I bought her one. It has a 3.6L NA engine and 3.31 rear end. To say this thing is anemic is to understate it. The ride is typical Jeep ruff and bouncy. When I brought the truck home she sort of laughed at me. Over the last week she heads out to work before I do. When I get out to the driveway she has taken off in my truck. When I talk to her she always has an excuse of why she took it. So I am thinking my truck just became her truck and I have a bouncy Jeep)-; Maybe I will put 3.73 rear end in the Jeep to help it have a little get up and go.
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You could always park the Jeep behind your truck, or take away her key.
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Too funny. (hunny I think the tire is low on the Jeep, got to go, bye)
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You could always park the Jeep behind your truck, or take away her key.
Change her key to a MYkey and limit the radio to 0 and speed to 30 and what ever other changes you can make.
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That's hilarious!

I almost *wish* my wife would abscond with my truck... then I could trade her Escape in on a Mustang GT Convertible Hell, she doesn't want to drive in the snow anyway, so what do we need a 4WD (really, AWD) Escape for?

I have the opposite problem - she's driven my truck for about 25 combined feet (pulling holly bushes out of the ground). She drove my last truck (2011 F-150) for a total of 15 feet. I can't get her to drive my truck no matter what!

-John
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hahaha. Great story!!!

My daughter is coming up on driving age and she's been in love with my F150 since the day I brought it home. I told her if she does well enough in school she can take it to college with her after her first year. This gives me a few more years with it anyway.
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Trade the Jeep in on a new F150 for yourself.
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HA, learned that lesson years ago, my wife doesn't HAVE a key to my truck! The spare is easy to get to, it just doesn't have a battery(and she doesn't know that either).
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Sack up and trade in the Jeep for another F150........
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Sack up and trade in the Jeep for another F150........
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