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Robin Hood

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  1. It partly depend on the tire selection, but all 20's I have seen have Michelin's. They are a great tire if you are going to stick with stock rims and on road use. I had a 2019 and 2022 with18" rims and I believe they both had Goodyear's. The Goodyear's were junk in my opinion and you will probably only get 30k out of them. Sold both those trucks early before they needed tires, but had planned to replace them.
  2. I have not been following the forum as much lately. Where are you getting the information that order banks have closed or are closing relative to certain models or the whole lineup. I would assume the it would have been posted in the... 2023 Super Duty Production Information but haven't seen any updates lately. Thanks!
  3. It really depends when you ordered in the 2022 year, but I think 11K+ is a little exaggerated. 9/17/21 I ordered a 22 F350 Lariat, CC, 4X4 6.7 with ultimate package, etc $79,680 MSRP 4/1/22 I ordered a 22 F350 Lariat, CC, 4X4 6.7 with ultimate package, etc $84,985 MSRP These were identical builds except for the front springs. Built today, the same truck with the newer features on the 2023 is $87,220 MSRP
  4. I don't think you will get the dealer or Ford to honor the old PCO. I went down this road without any success trying to get it applied to an existing order. I would recommend that you call ford marketing and make sure you don't have a current PCO in the system. Your dealer should have checked for you, but from the sounds of things they probably didn't. If you have a current PCO, then they should apply it to your purchase.
  5. That a lot of options that had trouble getting scheduled/built.
  6. I did not receive an email, but I called Ford marketing this AM before heading to the dealership and I had a PCO offer that apparently was just posted this AM. I called my dealer and let them know, then headed over to pick up my truck. I'm sure glad I waited until today to take delivery.
  7. Ford's website currently doesn't allow you to build or search inventory for Super Duties.
  8. I was on the phone with my sales gal the other day and she told me that their dealership is getting two Super Duties into inventory. I am picking up my truck tomorrow and a good friend is suppose to pick up his by the end of the week. I was surprised about the two other trucks and they are not canceled retail orders. It will be interesting to find out exactly what they are.
  9. I thought about that, but I'm not willing to spend that much time. I did find some data on Ford Authority, but it only goes back to 2014 and includes the F150.
  10. Yes, but this only gives you a small radius around a specific zip code. It takes a long time to do a nation wide search this way.
  11. Do you have access to any data that would show the number of super duties produced per year for the last 10 or 20 years?
  12. Yes it has, but will sales pick up towards the end of the year with little to no inventory available? Also, if Ford raises the price much on the 2023 the 2022's will retain more value. I think a lot of people including myself are in a wait and see mode, but that could change quickly. I'm picking up a 22 on Tuesday and have not decided if I will sell the current truck I have and/or order a 2023. Probably won't decide until end of October or November.
  13. If you are referring to the X-plan discount, you have a contract with Ford to keep it for 6 months.
  14. Yes...actually better to call Ford marketing and check before signing final papers...you just never know. I was just checking to see if anyone is holding a current PCO...it seems they don't exist right now.
  15. Are you bored...You literally just posted on 6 threads and said nothing relevant.
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