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As far as the sunroof, and don't take offense to this question, but is it closed all the way? It tilts up, along with retracting, wondering if it's tilted open slightly. If not, you can get a pretty good view of it standing on the interior foot board (whatever that's called) when the door's open.
For what it's worth, I have zero noise through my sunroof.
2011 F350 - 6.2 CC, LB, 4.30s, Lariat Ultimate pkg, FX4, Amp steps, Lockpick, AC LC6i, JL HD900/5, JL 13TW5, JL C5-570's, Bilstein 7100 stabilizer, Rancho RS9000XL's, Leveled w/ 35" Toyo M/T's and 5 Star tuned
**Sold - 2000 F250 V10, 6.5" Pro Comp, 37" Toyo MT's
What you're experiencing is most likely wind buffeting and it happened to mine all of the time when I had the roof open but none of the windows down. You can usually cure it by cracking one or more of the windows.
One of the things that strikes me about the truck, is that it seems to have lots of power, I pulled a lot of decent size hills in 5th easily and gaining speed, when in the 5.4 f150 it would have been hunting down the gears.
The ride is more harsh, but I knew that would be the case, I've dropped the rear tire pressures down to 65psi and that seems to help, I know a lot of people have change the shocks, so that might be something I do in the future.
The real test for me will be when I hitch the travel trailer up and head out again, I think I'm going to be pleasantly suprised
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