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Old 01-13-2010, 04:54 PM
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This may be the first Raptor crash, 56k warned.

I saw this on Jalopnik:




It doesn't say how it happened but just that it rolled and with only 1917 miles on it... Ugh...what a waste of an awesome truck.
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Old 01-13-2010, 05:13 PM
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Oooof. Probably lost it on a snowy/icy road.

Might be another case of a fool who doesn't realize that 4WD isn't an excuse to speed and drive like an idiot in poor conditions.
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Old 01-13-2010, 09:08 PM
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I was gunna say i got first dibs on spare raptor parts......but i think the locker might be the only "raptor" part left.....
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You might want to grab the whole special edition megawide rear end and the remaining three shocks. Those shocks are BIIIIIIGGGG bucks!
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I wouldn't mind the rear bumper with the tow hooks....
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I would just buy the truck and fix it. Would be way cheaper than buying one new.
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Oooof. Probably lost it on a snowy/icy road.

Might be another case of a fool who doesn't realize that 4WD isn't an excuse to speed and drive like an idiot in poor conditions.
Yep, look at the snow pattern on the tailgate. Looks like it was pushing the snow sideways while travelling backwards. Hope theyre ok but betting they had to change their pants after that one.
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:42 AM
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or maybe it was just snowing at the shop....overspeculating
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I saw the aftermath of an Abrams tank when he sheared the whole side off on an Oak tree at the Lima Ohio test track. If man can build it, man can destroy it.
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its at ft.worth tx copart auto auction, the auction goes off tomorrow and its up to $11,500 at this time. and the snow on the tailgate is from being hauled backwards on a car carrier after it was smashed.
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it was bid up to $20,400 today but there was a reserve on the auction wont know if it sold till next week, i'll have to look and see if it will be relisted.
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Exactly, when I first got my truck I had never driven a vehicle with 4x4 so the salesman had to show me how to engage it and explain a few things but the very first thing he said was "You may have 4x4 and feel invincible but even with it you can't stop any better!"

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Yep those are the guys you see waaay off the road on their lid in the giggly weeds. And it's only because they thought they could still go 80 mph on an icy highway... as if it were Summer or something. I see it every year, you just can't fix stupid.
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Nope, You can not!!!
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Yep those are the guys you see waaay off the road on their lid in the giggly weeds. And it's only because they thought they could still go 80 mph on an icy highway... as if it were Summer or something. I see it every year, you just can't fix stupid.
LOL, every fall when we get our first snow here in MN.
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