The 10 speed performs better than the one I had in my ‘18. I agree with the OP that the nasty 3-4 shift from the former is much improved with the 2021. That shift was my biggest gripe.
The 2021 upshifts through the gears very smoothly and precisely. I have no hard downshifts either, especially...
That’s a great question as I have the 2.7/3.73 combination. I can say that I’m very pleased so far with my MPG so far in winter temps running winter gas.
My 2016 F-150 XLT Screw had the 6-speed auto, 2.7 and 3.73. As I recall I was getting about 22-22.5 MPG in the summer.
If you use one of the...
If some of the people with very recent issues regarding axle rust can post pics, that would be great. I’m helping our friend Phoebe Howard from the Detroit Free Press, and she’s interested in more content for an article she’ll be publishing regarding this very issue.
8 weeks? That kinda sucks. I’ll take a picture of mine later to show you how it turned out.
The most dirt and stuff that I’ve put in the bed would be regular yard debris such as piles of leaves, branches, cut up wood, etc. nothing has gotten underneath the mat. I suppose actual fill dirt, sand...
Honestly I’m not sure how much the whole system weighs. All the plastic pieces are light of course. All the weight is in the rubber mat which has some heft to it. Perhaps DualLiner could tell you how much everything weighs for whatever length bed that you have.
Exactly as you said, the sides and tailgate are tough, high impact plastic and the floor is a rubber mat.
The mat fits in a channel/groove at the bottom of each of the side panels so it’s difficult for dirt and other material to get underneath the mat.
The mat itself is thick, very durable...
I have a DualLiner in my 2021 which was a carryover from my ‘18 and ‘16. It’s a 5 piece system that installs quickly. The mat is heavy duty rubber that keeps things from sliding around.