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Old 12-02-2010, 03:49 PM
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?? Ohhhh...you mean between the 250/350's the sizes are identical. You got the heavier duty payload with those 17's.
You'd think so, but that's not the case. Look at the truck specs on www.fleet.ford.com.

My GAWR for the rear axle is only 6,290 lbs because of those 17" wheels and tires. The 18s are equipped with a tire that gives it a rating of up to 7,000 lbs.
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Looks like you were being testing for your backing up skills there.

It tests me everytime I bring it home! So far (knocking on wood!!!) I have passed the test.
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Old 12-03-2010, 05:53 PM
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I like that buggy we have one just like it they are alot of fun. Nice truck too!
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F350s have the overload springs in back that are part of a package in the F250s. They also have 4" blocks instead of 2" blocks, and for some reason that 10.5" rear axle is rated for 7,280 lbs instead of 6,100 lbs on the F250s. There's some debate about that, as Ford lists different spline counts and axle shaft diameters, but parts guys reference the same parts numbers for 250s and 350s.
This is what I was told so please do shoot me. The reason in the difference in the rear gawr is the 2 extra tires.
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Old 12-03-2010, 07:19 PM
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This is my first SD 99 F250 PS. Have since bought a 01 F350 dually which I think will handle the load much better. Got to get pic of it and rig together!!

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This is my first SD 99 F250 PS. Have since bought a 01 F350 dually which I think will handle the load much better. Got to get pic of it and rig together!!

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I cant believe that's it no more super duty's working. The rest are mall trucks, come on guys lets see them.
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Here's my heavy hauler LOL. It does what it was purchased for just fine.

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There is usually another snowmobile on there, making it weigh ~2200 lbs. And some gear/equipment in the bed.
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I have a few more, nothing crazy though
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I would call that working Miles!
It is a little bit, i'd love to give towing my uncles 2 axle trailer and bobcat a shot but i dont have a Trailer brake controller. So stopping wouldn't be fun lol
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What year mustang is that? I bought a new one back in 1990 a twin to that.
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