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Old 02-09-2010, 02:18 PM
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Raptor as a Daily Driver?

I just sold my F250 with 6.5" procomp lift with 40" tires. I miss the truck like crazy but I HATED GETTING INTO IT, and I hated having to lift my 100lb dog in and out of it everyday. Im looking for something more practical that will still be able to drive in anything and will be comfortable and can tow some toys. Do you think I will be better suited in the Raptor or a super duty?
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Should have just lowered the one you had :-P. Raptor probably would be a good daily driver as well as a SD if you didn't lift it up to bad.
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Well

As a dog owner, I have to say this:

1. You'll be lifting the dog in.
2. If you get the subwoofer, there'll be no room for the dog.
3. The interior's awesome, not really a kennel.
4. The running boards are fantastic and you simply must use them to get in and out unless you're 6'5".

Sorry, that's the truth.

Now, a Honda Element might just be the vehicle for your needs! Low entry height, rubberized interior...

(just teasin')
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