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Anytime I think about a raptor or getting rid of my truck for one I watch this

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I also recently stopped and took a look at a new but 2012' model SRT8 cherokee.... going further up in price, it was an option for 5 minutes. They did really well with the SUV, but a little too heavy, makes it slower than the previous generation. Previous generation interior has always been a no go for me, plus unable to tow due to center exhaust.

Exterior on the new gen is "exactly" what I want, able to tow as well. Interior was great until I noticed the cheap headliner and pillars. Everything else looked just as I would want, for paying well over 50k, and possibly 60k+, I would expect a cherokee.....even an SRT8 to not cheap out on the little things like headliner and pillar covers and such.
My buddy that I race with has one.. Bad ass SUV. Fast as hell too

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i was in Austin TX last week
my nephew works for Chrysler
he said, "we need to get you into a dodge"
i said, get me into something better than my tundra and i'll sign right now.
no comments after that lol
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$53,890........
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.........for the infotainment system.
It's basically a giant, voice-command iPod with wheels.
I'm sure, realistically, it's not a total POS, but I can't see $50k worth of truck sitting there, any way you slice it.
If the looks and cool radio are worth the extra cost, that's entirely on you.
Personally, I have to be wise with my money, because I don't have it to burn on things that are a matter of taste.
But if you have it, spend it as you fancy.
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again i'll pass on a rapturd..


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I'm no techno geek but the MyFordTouch Sync system is built on mobile flash. That technology was prone to crashing so much that most mobile sites do not use it. Well guess what MFT uses? There are constant issues with it. I may be using the wrong technogeek terms, but the system has major flaws due to the OS.

Funny part is you listen to them and how "advanced" the system is. I had a GX470 with the Mark Levinson sound system that did just about everything the MFT Sync does minus the USB updates. Climate, phone, Nav. My Lexus was a 2005.

I had MFT for a short time and quickly realized that I like a more simple vehicle. I want the emphasis on quality and reliability, not some half baked, half ass microfart system that works when it wants.

I've been wheeling since I was 6 years old with family and there is one constant truth. Real wheelers are built, not bought. I'd rather build my rig than have FoMoCo build it for me. Isn't building your shit and standing out from others the point??!?!?!?!


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Does anyone know where to get the "eyebrows" for the front headlights like the ones in the picture??



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Does anyone know where to get the "eyebrows" for the front headlights like the ones in the picture??



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A guy selling them in ebay. Not sure if he's a member here or on TS. He calls them Angry Eyelids.
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Woulda been nice if the Raptor driver didn't jump the light, so we could see how they really matched up.
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