1999 Ford Super Duty F350 Review and Specs



The 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 took Ford’s F-Series truck to new levels of strength that allowed this Ford truck to pull more than 11,000 lbs and carry 4,000 lbs. Built on a bigger and more robust platform than the lighter-duty F150 and F250 series trucks, the 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 was designed for the toughest jobs.



Available trims for the 1999 F350 included a 4-wheel and rear-wheel drive two-door RegularCab and 4-door SuperCab and Crew Cab models, in an XL, XLT, or Lariat style and one of several different box lengths. Standard equipment included a radio, ABS brakes, and air bags for driver and passenger, along with tachometer and a cassette player in all but the XL models. Standard equipment with the 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 Lariat trims included front split-bench seat, leather seats, power windows, and power door locks.



The 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 was available in light prairie tan, bright amber, basic black, dark hunter green, dark toreador red, oxford white, and woodland green. Other options available with the 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 included cruise control, tilt steering, air conditioning, tilt steering column, leather steering wheel, CD player, driver multi-adjustable power seat, cargo area cover, pickup truck bed liner, body side/cab step or running board, and keyless entry (remote lock/unlock). Also available for 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 pickups were alloy wheels, steel wheels for all the 4-wheel drive trims, power adjustable exterior mirror, sliding rear pickup truck window, power windows, power door locks, and privacy glass or deep tinted glass in Lariat and XLT trims.



The standard engine for all 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 pickups was a 5.4 L 235 hp 16-valve gas engine with 335 ft lbs of torque @ 3000 rpm. There were two other engine choices for the 1999 Ford Super Duty F350; a 6.8 L 275 hp 20-valve gas engine with 410 ft lbs @ 2650 rpm and a 7.3 L 235 hp 16-valve diesel engine with 500 ft lbs of torque @ 1800 rpm.



The standard transmission with all 1999 Ford Super Duty F350 pickups was a 5-speed manual overdrive transmission, with the option for a 6-speed manual overdrive transmission or 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission instead of the standard 5-speed transmission.


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