Maverick the Shop Truck!

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Re: Maverick the Shop Truck!

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Back to our lowering springs soon, but first a bit of towing with the lift springs. It works great.
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Re: Maverick the Shop Truck!

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That's maybe the best-looking Maverick truck I've seen so far
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Pictures Courtesy Customer Michael Daniels

Our Progress Springs and 18x9.5+40 with 255 55 18
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Re: Maverick the Shop Truck!

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Picture Courtesy Customer John Goodwin
John has EZ Cam Front Camber Correction Bolts
Good-Win Racing Ford Maverick REAR Sway Bar Upgrade
Good-Win Racing Ford Maverick AWD Sport Lowering Springs
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OFFROAD WEEKEND FUN!

While we wait to go lower with prototype Koni shocks we hope to see at some point this year we figured we would enjoy the lifted life and do an off road day with friends. Our Lariat (non-FX4) had stock clearance of about 8 inches that we made 9 inches. That's good but well less than our Jeep and Bronco friends had this weekend. We did get the Maverick stuck in a mud bog once and needed our extraction ramps to drive it out but overall it did amazingly well. There were plenty of berms to cross where we had one corner of the Maverick high in the air and yet it kept going without much drama.
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More.
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STUCK.
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Got free!


Dirty and muddy Maverick
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Re: Maverick the Shop Truck!

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One low point to using the Maverick off the road is the charcoal filter location is dead center and relatively low and vulnerable under the Maverick. In a more 'serious' offroad design it would be packaged by the front wheels or rear gas tank so you cannot high side and break it. On the platform under the Maverick/Escape/Bronco Sport it is dead center. That's a really bad spot. Since we did not order a Tremor or FX4 trim we didn't get extra panel to help protect this spot, might need to make our own.
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Found one from a rolled Bronco Sport on Ebay for $100 and fixed it easily enough. My searching found threads about one guy with Bronco Sport that broke his Charcoal canister several times. There was talk he was unlucky, but the real issue is terrible location for such a vulnerable item. Took me about 10 minutes to replace it, some of those Bronco Sport threads included notes about the dealers charging a grand and that seems a bit out of line. Picture above of the cracked one I pulled, and below after replacement.
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Picture by Customer John Goodwin, posted from Facebook because it just looks so good!

Our Springs and Rear Sway Bar Upgrade and 235/60/18 tires.
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Re: Maverick the Shop Truck!

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Brian wrote: Fri Jul 14, 2023 12:26 pm Picture by Customer John Goodwin, posted from Facebook because it just looks so good!

Our Springs and Rear Sway Bar Upgrade and 235/60/18 tires.
You’re too kind. Here’s a few more post detailing and at Roadkill Nights.

One of these days I’ll remember to take a shot of the GWR windshield banner.
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