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  1. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    to be fair, with dirt bikes at least the desire to put up the tailgate (I’d hope) isn’t about securing the bike so much as ease of securing ramps and other gear in the bed. but full sized dirt bikes, I’d suspect including your DR650, can fit in a 6.5’ bed. In fact, two can with ramps, gear...
  2. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    yes, didn’t mean to confuse: in my prior posts I wondered first about the variant depths of the “nook” (the longest bit), the bulkhead (above the sloping portion of the wall), but then also whether or how much this seemingly overhanging roofline also encroached. as for that final bit RE the...
  3. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    it’s funny because the CyberTruck is basically the same dimensions as the F-150 SuperCrew, and over on the Lightning forums there have been a few folks who are new to full-sized pickups learning that “fitting” with say 6” or less total to spare isn’t quite fitting enough point being, the...
  4. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    Men have been doing it for eons
  5. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    California I believe merely follows the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics With my wife being a physician herself, we’ll also be following the AAP recs :LOL:
  6. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    Good point esp RE street bikes etc. for some reason my imagination biased towards quads and dirt bikes, which I only guesstimated fenders to clear the windshield. But unlike a true 6.5’ bed, a dirt bik probably won’t and a golf cart prob will not fit with the tailgate up if the 6.5’ is...
  7. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    similarly, I’m squarely Gen-X, just didn’t have my 1st until 40yo and I’ll be 45yo by the time my 3rd arrives in February I’ve long Squawked that Ford underplays the utility of the SuperCrew to young families. My wife has an Expedition with captain’s chairs, and it has far less room in the 2nd...
  8. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    based on what? I’d be very happy to learn that because on one hand I think it’s hard to appreciate the rear cargo room of a SuperCrew F-150 (one can’t mearly look at distance from seat back to seat front, as the rear seats themselves are massive and deep). The rear seats are ~the same size as...
  9. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    yes sure, to each their own! as for car seats, my carseat phase will stretch nearly 10 years - which based on how regularly I change vehicles, is at least the life of two different vehicles and when car seats are gone, there’s still the separate issue of cargo room - which was what was...
  10. cvalue13

    Bed length revisited

    There may be better threads to raise this but I can’t find a newer one: has anyone seen better interior dimension measurements (or detective work) to determine the variant sizes of the CT bed? By variant I mean the geometry of the front of the bed creates a few inches (but how many?) of the...
  11. cvalue13

    Stainless steel rolls spotted during delivery to Giga Texas today (9/20/22) ?

    Yes, but then in this case the cracker is no longer bulletproof or otherwise fit for purpose
  12. cvalue13

    Stainless steel rolls spotted during delivery to Giga Texas today (9/20/22) ?

    You’ve listed known unknowns (e.g., you know that the status of HEPA is unknown) Unknown unknowns can’t be listed (it’s unknown what is unknown)
  13. cvalue13

    Want to rent my cyber for 6 months?

    If you’re speaking of the U.S. tax incentives, the vehicle must be assembled in North America, the battery critical minerals derived from (or recycled in) North America (40% in ‘23, ratcheting up yearly) and battery components assembled in North America (50% in ‘23 ratcheting up yearly), with 0%...
  14. cvalue13

    Want to rent my cyber for 6 months?

    Which seems the more relevant time frame to put oneself in the minds of someone deciding whether to convert their registration. And that early on, the few folks lucky enough will be almost foregone conclusions - they’ll either be amped to the exclusivity of an early delivery, or if nothing...
  15. cvalue13

    Want to rent my cyber for 6 months?

    well, more than zero, which was the base case at CT announcement/reservation! and while Ford stopped reservations, they’ll by then have either delivered or sealed configured orders for many buyers - including myself - who had reservations for both. meanwhile, Chevy, GMC, Ram and possibly...
  16. cvalue13

    Want to rent my cyber for 6 months?

    A $100 bill put down4 years ago (by then) keeps people from walking away? Since then, I’ve bought 4 cars! maybe I misunderstand the comparison, but it seems like apple as and oranges: Ford shut down its domestic-only reservations at 200,000, as the present F-150 based Lightning is a stop-gap...
  17. cvalue13

    Stainless steel rolls spotted during delivery to Giga Texas today (9/20/22) ?

    A list of unknown unknowns sure seems like a list of known unknowns
  18. cvalue13

    Stainless steel rolls spotted during delivery to Giga Texas today (9/20/22) ?

    again, those posted articles are from the days after the initial release and in any event, FIFY :LOL: “The goal is 250k in late 2021….”
  19. cvalue13

    Stainless steel rolls spotted during delivery to Giga Texas today (9/20/22) ?

    the heck are y’all two talking about?! :LOL: I thought this present line of sub-discussion was essentially limited to the old (perhaps outdated) assertions by EM that for the bodywork they were using a steel that was too hard to bend and so that explained the angularity of the CT bodywork...
  20. cvalue13

    Want to rent my cyber for 6 months?

    does it? I appear to in the minority, but I don’t share the same view that this refundable $100 deposits for an imaginary truck are a great proxy for actual sales of the resulting vehicle. again, you’re here treating reservation holders as the relevant set of buyers. On one hand, for reasons...
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