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Hello fellow trail bossers! I’m new to the trail boss, and to trucks in general, after being a Ford Mustang guy my entire life. I sold both my modified ‘08 Gt and ‘18 Shelby Gt350 and entered the truck world. Not ever going back!
Anyway, I have a 2020 Trail Boss and wanting to know if it’s possible to buy a great set of spacers and offset my stock tires. The tires that came on mine are great and don’t wanna swap them out if I don’t need to. I just want the stock setup to poke out about an inch or two all the way around. Is that possible?

Thank you for the feedback!
 
Yup, totally possible and you've got options. If you just want the look wheel spacers are cheap and easy to install but not recommended if you're going off-road with any seriousness. If you're going off-road a lot you're better off looking at a suspension lift that will accomplish not only the wider stance you're looking for but will also increase wheel travel which is what you need for going fast on trails.

Also, grab an oil catch can and the Pulsar LT which are both must-have parts that are plug-and-play. Coming from a mustang the Pulsar will bring you a ton of joy.
 
Yup, totally possible and you've got options. If you just want the look wheel spacers are cheap and easy to install but not recommended if you're going off-road with any seriousness. If you're going off-road a lot you're better off looking at a suspension lift that will accomplish not only the wider stance you're looking for but will also increase wheel travel which is what you need for going fast on trails.

Also, grab an oil catch can and the Pulsar LT which are both must-have parts that are plug-and-play. Coming from a mustang the Pulsar will bring you a ton of joy.
Thank you for the feedback! I appreciate it. I don’t go off-roading at all, strictly road/highway.
Agree on the catch can, not sure what the pulsar thing is

Thanks again!
 
Thank you for the feedback! I appreciate it. I don’t go off-roading at all, strictly road/highway.
Agree on the catch can, not sure what the pulsar thing is

Thanks again!

Look up vids on YouTube on the stuff you can unlock with it. Enjoy.
 

Look up vids on YouTube on the stuff you can unlock with it. Enjoy.
Oh sweet! Great! Thank you!!!
 
The pulsar allows you to:
  • disable DFM (which you can also do by putting the transmission in L9, assuming you have the 10 speed)
  • disable the autostop feature (if you have it, where the engine shuts off when you come to a completed stop and starts when you take foot off pedal), if you have this feature, you probably have a button to disable, but need to press it every time you start the engine to disable it.
  • Calibrate Tire Size (29" - 50.9") - if you change your tires
  • Adjust Throttle Response - Changes the sensitivity of the gas pedal (0-5) 5 is crazy sensitive, especially with 6.2L
  • Change Top Speed Limiter (82 - 140 MPH)
  • Clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes
  • Reprogram TPMS Threshold (25 - 99 PSI) - so you don't get dash light when you air down (example: for beach driving)
For anyone who has bought a 2022 Per Range Technology...
  • *Not Compatible with Refreshed 2022 Models
I have a 2021 LT Trail Boss with the 6.2L - I worked with Range Technologies for a few months chasing a few bugs and in the end, sent it back.
I have read many of threads about the issue and it may be due to my truck is the LT Trail Boss, not the Custom.

If you would like to know more information on the Pulsar - there is a thread here were it's talked about.
 
The pulsar allows you to:
  • disable DFM (which you can also do by putting the transmission in L9, assuming you have the 10 speed)
  • disable the autostop feature (if you have it, where the engine shuts off when you come to a completed stop and starts when you take foot off pedal), if you have this feature, you probably have a button to disable, but need to press it every time you start the engine to disable it.
  • Calibrate Tire Size (29" - 50.9") - if you change your tires
  • Adjust Throttle Response - Changes the sensitivity of the gas pedal (0-5) 5 is crazy sensitive, especially with 6.2L
  • Change Top Speed Limiter (82 - 140 MPH)
  • Clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes
  • Reprogram TPMS Threshold (25 - 99 PSI) - so you don't get dash light when you air down (example: for beach driving)
For anyone who has bought a 2022 Per Range Technology...
  • *Not Compatible with Refreshed 2022 Models
I have a 2021 LT Trail Boss with the 6.2L - I worked with Range Technologies for a few months chasing a few bugs and in the end, sent it back.
I have read many of threads about the issue and it may be due to my truck is the LT Trail Boss, not the Custom.

If you would like to know more information on the Pulsar - there is a thread here were it's talked about.
Yeah, 12th VIN needs to 4 or lower. I'm sure they'll have it out within 90 days. I can say without a doubt that my 21 TB with Pulsar outperforms the ZR2 stock (of course).

It's 100% a must-have.
 

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