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Old 06-23-2017, 05:14 PM
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Ok, this is my first post if you don't count the meet and greet forum.

Anyways, I was out doing some investigating on where to use a bungie in the back seat area for tie down purposes and I found something that I could never find when I was looking for it on any of my previous new Ford vehicles. The build sheet. While I was blindly searching for a spot to hook a bungie with my hand not in sight, I pulled my hand out of the area I was searching and there it was. Stuck to my hand. Wonders never cease.

Anyway, looking at this paper, I noticed for the 'model', it says 'STX'. I don't normally think to much about STX being anymore than another trim level but, apparently it is not since my trim level is the XLT. So, now I'm thinking, what is STX in relation to being the model. Like, does it refer to being a Supercrew or particular platform? What? What does it mean?
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