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

QUESTION OF THE WEEK What Do You Do the Most with Your Ford?

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While the odds are good that a great many of the members here on use their F Series pickup as a daily driver, but the odds are just as good that the members here do more than just drive their truck to and from work every day. The F Series lineup is the most […] More »

  Comments | By - October 17, 2014

Testing a F-250 at Ford’s Former Arizona Proving Ground


I remember one of my more exciting days developing transmission cooling systems at Ford. This happened at Ford’s Arizona Proving Ground, in Yucca, AZ. Not long after I left Ford in 2007 this facility was sold to Chrysler. I was working on a F-250 6.0L/TorqShift truck. On this day I had to run a test that was […] More »

  Comments | By - October 15, 2014

TIRE SMOKIN’ F-350 Dually Donuts & Burnouts

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This week’s Tire Smokin’ video features a Ford F-350 powered by a PowerStroke diesel engine which has been worked on by the folks at MKM Customs. They have bulked up the 6.4L PowerStroke with an EGR delete, 5-inch turbo-back exhaust, a cold air intake setup and what I imagine is a pretty healthy tune. These […] More »

  Comments | By - October 14, 2014

MUDFEST Ford F-350 Attacks Murky Water

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This week’s Muddy video features a first generation Ford Super Duty F-350 attacking what might be a really, really big mud puddle or a very small pond. In any case, this murky water is deep enough to swallow up most trucks, but when you take a big F-350 and add an 18-inch lift setup with some […] More »

  Comments | By - October 13, 2014

F-250 Blackens Ugly Honda in a “Coal-De-Sac”

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This week’s Black Friday video features a Ford F-250 pickup that is very clearly powered by a PowerStroke diesel engine with some work done to it that includes an exhaust system and some fuel management goodies that allow it to roll some serious coal. This truck appears to be parked against the side of a […] More »

  Comments | By - October 10, 2014

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