Is This a Ford F-150 Diesel Test Mule, or a Secret Ford Ranger Drivetrain Test?
Earlier this year we brought you unique footage of a partially-disguised Ford F-150 running around the streets of Dearborn, Michigan with what sounded like a diesel engine. While it’s basically a fact that the a diesel power plant is coming for the F-150, we can’t help but thing if this could simply be tied to the Ford Ranger.
There have been and there will be other trucks in the market, but when it comes to the big three, the Ford F-150, the Chevy Silverado and the RAM rule the market.
If you have been following my posts you may have seen that I spent my last three years at Ford (2004-2007) working as an automatic transmission cooling engineer. I also started my engineering career working on cooling. I worked for Chrysler Defense, Inc., as an automatic transmission engineer from 1980-1982. Early in 1982 we were […] More »
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 »
Here we are with another BFGoodrich Member Profile and for this article we’ll be taking a look at Mark Kovalsky. Mark has been involved in the aftermarket and OEM industry since 1982 and brings Engineering knowledge to the Ford Truck Enthusiasts boards. He even writes articles for us here at Ford Truck Enthusiasts. His skills […] More »