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This episode of the Off Road Podcast is Sponsored by WARN, Medical Gear Outfitters, and Colby Valve.
Tonight, Aaron is gone, Jeremy might as well not be here, Ben prepares for the worst or wait is it the best and coy eats way too much again.
Welcome to the off-road podcast. A podcast about everything off-road. We cover the news, review products, and interview people in the off road industry. Your hosts tonight are Jeremy and my name is Ben. and joining us once again is Coy. Welcome to the show.
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News brought to you by Colby Valve
- Jolopnik 2023 Ford Super Duty Can Tow up to 40,000 Pounds, More Than Any Truck in the History of Trucks
- 2023 Ford Super Duty lineup, which is available with up to 1,200 lb-ft of torque from the PowerStroke diesel engine
- 40,000 lbs with a fifth-wheel
- Ram 3500 HD can tow a maximum of 37,050 lbs
- Silverado 3500 can offer is 36,000 lbs.
- Super Duty will get over-the-air software updates and comes with built-in 5G wi-fi
- flagship high-output 6.7-liter diesel,
- the base 6.8-liter gasoline-powered V8. That makes a very respectable 405 hp and 445 lb-ft.
- 7.3-liter Godzilla V8, and those numbers go to 430 hp and 485 lb-ft, which are class-leading for now.
- the base diesel engine with 475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft, followed by the HO diesel, which gives you 500 hp and that 1,200 lb-ft figure.
- If you want one, be prepared to fork over at least $45,765 (including Ford’s whopping $1,795 destination charge) for the privilege and expect to pay a lot more with options.
- The 2023 Ford Transit Trail Could Become the Camper Van of Your Adventurous Dreams
- unique black Transit Trail Blue Oval grille with integrated marker lamps (that’s Raptor-esque, at least)
- black HID headlights, and fog lights.
- massive skidplate-style black front bumper that flows into aggressive black wheel arch cladding that ends in unique splash guards
- Slider-style driver- and passenger-side steps are also included for easy ingress and egress (and protection)
- Short-arm, power adjusting, power-folding heated side mirrors with turn signals cap the front end
- 245/75R16 Goodyear Wrangler Workhorse all-terrain tires are mounted on spokey 16-inch Transit Trail black aluminum alloy wheels. The 30.5-inch tires are 2.5 inches taller (more sidewall) than those on the standard Transit and contribute to a 2.75-inch wider track over the base Transit.
- The Transit Trail has a 2.25-inch body lift. Overall, there’s a 3.5-inch ride height increase for improved ground clearance, approach angle, and departure angle.
- optional roof vent fan
- rear-door and passenger-side door privacy windows, illuminated sun visors, built-in 400W AC inverter, and various outlets (110-volt, 12-volt, and USB). A front overhead cab shelf and standard four-way manual swivel driver and passenger
- available 31-gallon extended range fuel tank (up from 25), optional dual alternators, and an available upfitter package to add accessory switches. Most importantly, there’s a standard dual-note horn, an aggressive beeper to match the aggressive looks.
- Trail van can be configured in several 148-inch wheelbase options: medium- or high-roof in long length, and high-roof extended length. The high roof allows a six-foot five-inch person to stand. It’s offered in nine exterior color options
- powered by the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 (310 hp, 400 lb-ft of torque) backed by Ford’s 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission.
- Trail comes with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD) with five selectable drive modes (Normal, Eco, Mud/Ruts, Tow/Haul, and Slippery). It comes standard with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Package for 6,500 pounds of max towing capacity. Max payload is just over 3,700 pounds; GVWR is 9,500 pounds. It comes with a 3.73 limited-slip rear, heavy-duty front axle, and standard dual AGM batteries. Inside, there’s standard SYNC 4, a 12-inch touchscreen, adaptive cruise control, Blind Spot Assist 1.0, Reverse Sensing System, keyless entry pad, high-resolution digital camera, and more.
- starts at $65,975
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