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Screw Ford with their trim and package games, the base Tremor is a huge ripoff and for $50,000, you don't even get the LED reflector headlights. Maverick starts at $20k and has LEDs standard.

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401A Mid is $6K and it only gets you the 8" screen and cloth seats, it's another $7K and change for leather seats and the Tremor comes with a super boring choice of colors.

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Lariat remains the most cost effective trim and you have a better choice of what engine and body configuration you want. The F150 Tremor is another V6 Supercrew shortbed only endeavor.
 

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$13.5K for the 402A Luxury/High package?!! You can buy a whole new Mitsubishi Mirage, or nearly a new Ford EcoSport for that price!! Even with that price tag, you still have to pay extra for things like B&O Unleashed, the Fold Flat storage, the Active Co-Pilot 2.0 Prep Package, and Power Tailgate among other things!

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That’s a pretty steep money hill that most people’s Tremoring wallets won’t be able to climb!! (Pun ABSOLUTLEY intended! I'll see myself out......)
 

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Just kidding, I’m back!!

Just saw this optional 4.10 axle ratio upgrade. I bet a lot of you all will be happy about that!

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Just kidding, I’m back!!

Just saw this optional 4.10 axle ratio upgrade. I bet a lot of you all will be happy about that!

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I heard that is late availability? I'm lurking over here from the Bronco forum. Everything I ordered is late availability. The Tremor is my back-up plan, so now I'm trying to decide which one would get here faster.
 

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I heard that is late availability? I'm lurking over here from the Bronco forum. Everything I ordered is late availability. The Tremor is my back-up plan, so now I'm trying to decide which one would get here faster.
Good luck on either. Any order with the way things are currently, we better settle in, and pack the patience! It might be a wash, but the F-150 may be just slightly quicker, but there is no for sure way to tell sadly.
 
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I think I am going to skip moonroof (leak issues + payload concerns) and 4.10 gears due to loosing towing capacity. But haven't 100% decided -- what do y'all think? I would love the sunroof and I usually buy all factory offroad goodies but this is my first vehicle I plan to tow a ~25 to 27 ft. pull behind camper with. Max Payload is 1885 and max towing is 10900 incase anyone didn't see in the other thread i posted

The 401a is the current front runner for me, 402a for me is a bunch stuff I don't need. Would gladly pay for OEM leather seats and B&O unleashed but it isn't worth an additional 7k, sound and seats should be better than my Jeep Rubicon anyways.

For pricing, my 302a build vs 401a build is only 1500 different due to how I loaded up the 302a with all the offroad stuff. Frankly, replacing the tires on the 302 would be 1k+ so its an easy decision for me to go with the Tremor
 

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Good luck on either. Any order with the way things are currently, we better settle in, and pack the patience! It might be a wash, but the F-150 may be just slightly quicker, but there is no for sure way to tell sadly.
There are no tops for the Bronco right now, and I ordered a top they aren't even making (they told us after we ordered they would be available in 2022). I can't imagine it would take a year to get an F150 Tremor, which is my approximate wait time for the Bronco post-ordering. Am I wrong?
 

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There are no tops for the Bronco right now, and I ordered a top they aren't even making (they told us after we ordered they would be available in 2022). I can't imagine it would take a year to get an F150 Tremor, which is my approximate wait time for the Bronco post-ordering. Am I wrong?
Ask some of the guys on here. Many ordered anytime from this week all the way back to the beginning of this year, and they have got bumped constantly. A lot of people who’ve ordered have what appears to be a placeholder production date of 10/31/2021.

Some others have also gotten their truck as soon as eight weeks. No real rhyme or reason to it, it seems.

For me personally, I ordered in October and did not get my truck until April.
 

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I've been a Toyota guy forever and after seeing the leaked new images of the Tundra, I'm not thrilled. Them dragging their feet pisses me off too. Release it already.

Anyway, because of the reasons above, I've moved on to the Tremor. Yeah, it's expensive for what it is. But all of it backed by factory warranty convinces me. I'm not a vehicle mod guy. I just want a rear locker, 33s, skid protection and some creature comforts. The Tremor nails all those and I don't have to change anything. I may eventually add a leveling kit and 35s, but I doubt it. Here my build.
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  • 2021 F-150 Tremor™, SuperCrew®, 5-1/2' Box, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology, Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission with Selectable Drive Modes, 4x4, 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$49,505

PaintS4
  • Antimatter Blue$0
  • No Secondary Color$0

PackagesS4
  • 401A Mid$6,065
  • Class IV Trailer Hitch$0
  • 360-Degree Camera Package$765
  • Power Equipment Group$0
  • Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist 2.0$750

PowertrainS4
  • 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology
  • Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 4x4

ExteriorS4
  • 18" Alloy with Dark Matte Finish Wheels$0
  • Bedliner – Tough Bed® Spray-In$595
  • Windows – Rear Defroster$0
  • Skid Plates (4x4 Only)$0
  • Extended Range 36 Gallon Fuel Tank$0
  • Reverse Sensing System$0
  • LED Side-Mirror Spotlights$0
  • Windows – Rear Power-Sliding$350
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start$0
  • Remote Start System with Remote Tailgate Release$0
  • LED Fog Lamps with LED Cornering Lamp$0
  • LED Box Lighting with Zone Lighting$0
  • Manual-Folding, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors – Heat and Turn Signal$0
  • 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$0
  • 275/70R18 all-terrain (A/T) Tires$0

InteriorS4
  • Black$0
  • Unique Sport Cloth$0
  • Unique Black Sport Cloth 40/Console/40 Front-Seats -$0
  • Privacy Glass$0
  • Color-Coordinated Carpet with Carpeted Matching Floor Mats$0
  • Onboard 400W Outlet$0
  • Partitioned Lockable Fold-Flat Storage$215
  • SiriusXM® With 360L$0
  • SYNC® 4 with Enhanced Voice Recognition$0
  • Connected Built-In Navigation$0
 

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They need to learn how to apply a flag correctly
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My guess is this is a nod to the American flag patch US Soldiers wear on their uniforms. It's worn on the right shoulder only, and appears "backwards" to signify a Soldier always moving forward in battle. It doesn't work if you put that "backwards" flag decal on the driver/left side of a truck. Technically works on the passenger/right side, but yeah... a regular decal would have been better received. Maybe it is just an error on the website though. lol
 
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I've been a Toyota guy forever and after seeing the leaked new images of the Tundra, I'm not thrilled. Them dragging their feet pisses me off too. Release it already.

Anyway, because of the reasons above, I've moved on to the Tremor. Yeah, it's expensive for what it is. But all of it backed by factory warranty convinces me. I'm not a vehicle mod guy. I just want a rear locker, 33s, skid protection and some creature comforts. The Tremor nails all those and I don't have to change anything. I may eventually add a leveling kit and 35s, but I doubt it. Here my build.
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  • 2021 F-150 Tremor™, SuperCrew®, 5-1/2' Box, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology, Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission with Selectable Drive Modes, 4x4, 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$49,505

PaintS4
  • Antimatter Blue$0
  • No Secondary Color$0

PackagesS4
  • 401A Mid$6,065
  • Class IV Trailer Hitch$0
  • 360-Degree Camera Package$765
  • Power Equipment Group$0
  • Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist 2.0$750

PowertrainS4
  • 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology
  • Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 4x4

ExteriorS4
  • 18" Alloy with Dark Matte Finish Wheels$0
  • Bedliner – Tough Bed® Spray-In$595
  • Windows – Rear Defroster$0
  • Skid Plates (4x4 Only)$0
  • Extended Range 36 Gallon Fuel Tank$0
  • Reverse Sensing System$0
  • LED Side-Mirror Spotlights$0
  • Windows – Rear Power-Sliding$350
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start$0
  • Remote Start System with Remote Tailgate Release$0
  • LED Fog Lamps with LED Cornering Lamp$0
  • LED Box Lighting with Zone Lighting$0
  • Manual-Folding, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors – Heat and Turn Signal$0
  • 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$0
  • 275/70R18 all-terrain (A/T) Tires$0

InteriorS4
  • Black$0
  • Unique Sport Cloth$0
  • Unique Black Sport Cloth 40/Console/40 Front-Seats -$0
  • Privacy Glass$0
  • Color-Coordinated Carpet with Carpeted Matching Floor Mats$0
  • Onboard 400W Outlet$0
  • Partitioned Lockable Fold-Flat Storage$215
  • SiriusXM® With 360L$0
  • SYNC® 4 with Enhanced Voice Recognition$0
  • Connected Built-In Navigation$0
Great build, very similar to mine. Why did you decide on the ford bedliner vs aftermarket?
 

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I've been a Toyota guy forever and after seeing the leaked new images of the Tundra, I'm not thrilled. Them dragging their feet pisses me off too. Release it already.

Anyway, because of the reasons above, I've moved on to the Tremor. Yeah, it's expensive for what it is. But all of it backed by factory warranty convinces me. I'm not a vehicle mod guy. I just want a rear locker, 33s, skid protection and some creature comforts. The Tremor nails all those and I don't have to change anything. I may eventually add a leveling kit and 35s, but I doubt it. Here my build.
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  • 2021 F-150 Tremor™, SuperCrew®, 5-1/2' Box, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology, Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission with Selectable Drive Modes, 4x4, 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$49,505

PaintS4
  • Antimatter Blue$0
  • No Secondary Color$0

PackagesS4
  • 401A Mid$6,065
  • Class IV Trailer Hitch$0
  • 360-Degree Camera Package$765
  • Power Equipment Group$0
  • Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist 2.0$750

PowertrainS4
  • 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology
  • Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 4x4

ExteriorS4
  • 18" Alloy with Dark Matte Finish Wheels$0
  • Bedliner – Tough Bed® Spray-In$595
  • Windows – Rear Defroster$0
  • Skid Plates (4x4 Only)$0
  • Extended Range 36 Gallon Fuel Tank$0
  • Reverse Sensing System$0
  • LED Side-Mirror Spotlights$0
  • Windows – Rear Power-Sliding$350
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start$0
  • Remote Start System with Remote Tailgate Release$0
  • LED Fog Lamps with LED Cornering Lamp$0
  • LED Box Lighting with Zone Lighting$0
  • Manual-Folding, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors – Heat and Turn Signal$0
  • 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$0
  • 275/70R18 all-terrain (A/T) Tires$0

InteriorS4
  • Black$0
  • Unique Sport Cloth$0
  • Unique Black Sport Cloth 40/Console/40 Front-Seats -$0
  • Privacy Glass$0
  • Color-Coordinated Carpet with Carpeted Matching Floor Mats$0
  • Onboard 400W Outlet$0
  • Partitioned Lockable Fold-Flat Storage$215
  • SiriusXM® With 360L$0
  • SYNC® 4 with Enhanced Voice Recognition$0
  • Connected Built-In Navigation$0
If you're seriously considering 35's I would add the 4:10 gear option on.
 

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I've been a Toyota guy forever and after seeing the leaked new images of the Tundra, I'm not thrilled. Them dragging their feet pisses me off too. Release it already.

Anyway, because of the reasons above, I've moved on to the Tremor. Yeah, it's expensive for what it is. But all of it backed by factory warranty convinces me. I'm not a vehicle mod guy. I just want a rear locker, 33s, skid protection and some creature comforts. The Tremor nails all those and I don't have to change anything. I may eventually add a leveling kit and 35s, but I doubt it. Here my build.
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Model
  • 2021 F-150 Tremor™, SuperCrew®, 5-1/2' Box, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology, Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission with Selectable Drive Modes, 4x4, 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$49,505

PaintS4
  • Antimatter Blue$0
  • No Secondary Color$0

PackagesS4
  • 401A Mid$6,065
  • Class IV Trailer Hitch$0
  • 360-Degree Camera Package$765
  • Power Equipment Group$0
  • Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist 2.0$750

PowertrainS4
  • 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® with Auto Start-Stop Technology
  • Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 4x4

ExteriorS4
  • 18" Alloy with Dark Matte Finish Wheels$0
  • Bedliner – Tough Bed® Spray-In$595
  • Windows – Rear Defroster$0
  • Skid Plates (4x4 Only)$0
  • Extended Range 36 Gallon Fuel Tank$0
  • Reverse Sensing System$0
  • LED Side-Mirror Spotlights$0
  • Windows – Rear Power-Sliding$350
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start$0
  • Remote Start System with Remote Tailgate Release$0
  • LED Fog Lamps with LED Cornering Lamp$0
  • LED Box Lighting with Zone Lighting$0
  • Manual-Folding, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors – Heat and Turn Signal$0
  • 3.73 Electronic Locking Axle Ratio$0
  • 275/70R18 all-terrain (A/T) Tires$0

InteriorS4
  • Black$0
  • Unique Sport Cloth$0
  • Unique Black Sport Cloth 40/Console/40 Front-Seats -$0
  • Privacy Glass$0
  • Color-Coordinated Carpet with Carpeted Matching Floor Mats$0
  • Onboard 400W Outlet$0
  • Partitioned Lockable Fold-Flat Storage$215
  • SiriusXM® With 360L$0
  • SYNC® 4 with Enhanced Voice Recognition$0
  • Connected Built-In Navigation$0
Not doubt it’s a sharp truck. Nice build!
 

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