Category: Ford Excursion & Super Duty (F250/F350/F450/F550)

Three Types of Ford Suspensions

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Ford has had three different types of front suspensions for nearly all of their trucks. Each comes with its own advantages and disadvantages and in this article we’ll take a quick look into each one. We’ll start with the solid axle, and then go through the toughest independent system known as the Twin-I/Twin-Traction Beam. Finally, we’ll […] More »

  Comments | By - September 5, 2014

TRUCKIN’ FAST Ford F-350 Diesel Crushes Built Chevy

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This week’s Truckin’ Fast video is unusual as it starts off by showing a 2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty getting beat in a street race by a built Chevrolet Silverado 1500. I generally avoid featuring videos that show a Chebby beating an F Series pickup in a race, but this video ends with a second […] More »

  Comments | By - September 3, 2014

TIRE SMOKIN’ Lifted PowerStroke F-250 Roasts the Rear Tires

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This week’s Tire Smokin’ video stops by a small area car show that features a burnout competition and in that challenge to see who can smoke their tires the most is a lifted Ford F-250 packing a PowerStroke diesel engine. After about 43 seconds of preparation, this big F-250 shoots out a puff of diesel […] More »

  Comments | By - September 2, 2014

Should Ford Have Waited to Roll Out Aluminum Bodies on the Super Duty?

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Ford Motor Company is taking what some consider to be a big risk by introducing the entire 2015 Ford F-150 lineup with new lightweight aluminum body panels. While most people (like me) believe that Ford wouldn’t have introduced a new innovation like an aluminum body without being absolutely sure that it would work for consumers, […] More »

  Comments | By - August 29, 2014

Watch a 1979 F-250 Pulling Truck with Big Block Power

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This week’s Throwback video features a great looking 1979 Ford F-250 in a pulling competition. The video refers to this truck as a “Hot Rod Lincoln” – which I am guessing is in reference to the 460 cubic inch V8 that was evidently taken out of some Lincoln product. With the help of some monster […] More »

  Comments | By - August 28, 2014

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