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Discussion in 'Stock 2011 - 2017 Ford Explorer Discussion' started by wraith_2006, December 4, 2011.

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      wraith_2006 New Member

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      So living in MT we have our share of crappy roads, well put on 800 miles in two days driving to Idaho 3 mountain passes later (each way) saw 6 rolled vehical's it was one of the best drives I have ever had the new explorer terrain management system is FREAKING AWESOME!!!!! Just saying....
       
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      Yep. Terrain management allows for both safety and fun. It's hard to get the two together but Ford did an awesome job with the TMS.
       
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      I concur, TMS is fantastic......even with the 20" Hankooks
       
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      When you're talking about TMS, you're specifically talking about selectable system in the 4WD models where you can change from normal to snow and such right? I'm very interested to see how my 2WD EcoBoost handles in the snow.
       
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      Yes I am talking about the TMS that is in the 4WD models.
       

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