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Cant beat a new version of King Ranch. I have a 2012, I'm beside myself. Think I'm like a little kid again....and its newer. Can never go wrong with newer if you can afford it. Have about 30,000mi, not one issue yet!?!?..........I think somethings wrong. Think Ford mighta nailed it this time. lol.
-2012 King Ranch CrewCab 4x4 Long box. 12" Lift (trying for more lol) 40" Toyos, Spartan Warhammer, full deletes.
-2005 XLT Lariat Supercab 4x4 Long box, 10" lift, 38" Trxus Mts, Edge tuner, full deletes, ARP studs, Airraid. Gone now!
-'79 XLT Lariat F-350 Supercab Long box 4x4, 460, 4" lift. Resto project
Thanks to all for just confirming what I had suspected. I bought the 2011 even though it was $14K more money. Bottom line is I think I bought 50,000 miles and a three year newer vehicle. The bonus (clincher) is the 6.7L engine which pretty much blows the 6.4 away across the board.
Thanks for all the input.
2011 F350 King Ranch 4WD, 6.7L,5100 Bilsteins, 7100 Bilstein SS, Hellwig Sway Bar, HIDs, Front Hitch
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