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Impressive.
The truck was built on the 11th, 11 days ago, according to the blend on the window sticker.

Along with the payload stickers, what tires did they stock it with?
 

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Tireman is going to be putting that Co-Pilot360™ Active 2.0 to good use trying to get home and keep up with all you guys!!
 

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Along with the payload stickers, what tires did they stock it with?
I’ll chime in as I think his came with the same as mine: Hankook Dynapro AT2.

ETA: these seem to be “F-150 AT2s” in that they are not severe snow rated like the aftermarket AT2. Also the tread seems less aggressive than the aftermarket version.
 
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Thanks! Looks like spray in may dip me below 1300# which sucks but will make it work.
 
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The only thing I don’t like so far is when you come to a 4 way stop or any kind of stop, it starts beeping saying the vehicle is in drive. It’s pretty annoying. Love everything else
 

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Very interesting they put so much capability in the front axle...

My old 2017 XLT EB:
6750# GVWR (3225# GAWR steer, 3800# GAWR drive)

New PB:
7350# GVWR (3900# GAWR steer, 4150# GAWR drive)

This is actually favorable for passenger cargo, but not for tongue weight cargo. Wonder if the battery being centered was the driving factor for the front axle capability. Need to go look at the EB GAWRs for regular tow and max tow to compare now!
 

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The only thing I don’t like so far is when you come to a 4 way stop or any kind of stop, it starts beeping saying the vehicle is in drive. It’s pretty annoying. Love everything else

you may be able - within settings have the option to turn it off.
 
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How did it feel next to that raptor? In love with the raptor but didn't want to wait until next summer for the 2021 rsptor, so hoping this doesn't feel little next to the raptor!
I’m going to miss that raptor badly. I had some serious work done to it. 0-60 was probably 4.6 to 4.8 seconds. They definitely have a different feel. It isn’t much smaller, the raptor just feels like it because of the stance and big tires possibly. It’s just a different beast. 0-60 I bet the powerboost and raptor (stock) are pretty close. But 60 and beyond the powerboost seems quicker
 
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I’ll chime in as I think his came with the same as mine: Hankook Dynapro AT2.

ETA: these seem to be “F-150 AT2s” in that they are not severe snow rated like the aftermarket AT2. Also the tread seems less aggressive than the aftermarket version.
I think the tire that came on it are ht2 maybe? I will confirm in the morning. If it is an at2 it probably doesn’t look as aggressive or deep because the oe fitment is a P metric tire. The aftermarket you saw was probably the LT version.

Update: you were correct, its the AT2.
 
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