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Old 07-28-2014, 09:18 PM
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Hope this works, found this on f150 ecoboost.net by a fella named Trek. http://www.f150ecoboost.net/forum/at...rder_guide.pdf

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Old 07-29-2014, 01:24 PM
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If I'm reading all this correctly, the STX and FX trim models are gone as stand alone trim levels. Like on the superduty trucks, the FX packages will be available as an option. I can see a ton of FX buyers getting pretty mad about this.
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Well that's how the fx packages started out to begin with. It was an off road add on package that got you the rancho shocks, skid plates and I think if I remember correctly and added 1" of ground clearance.
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Old 07-29-2014, 06:39 PM
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The HD payload pkg. only gives a 7850 GVRW as opposed to 8200 on mine. Payload may still be higher due to the weight loss?
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Old 07-29-2014, 08:57 PM
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As a six time Xl owner I am excited to finally get 40 console 40 seats instead of the traditional seats with the big, useless armrest. Also the elimination of the stick transfer case and four speakers for free are just icing on the cake.
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As a six time Xl owner I am excited to finally get 40 console 40 seats instead of the traditional seats with the big, useless armrest. Also the elimination of the stick transfer case and four speakers for free are just icing on the cake.
I personally prefer the "stick" transfer case. More speakers are never a bad thing though.
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Sucks you can't get the 2.7 in the 157" WB with 4x4. Looks like I'm getting another 3.5.

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It's no so much the stick, but the cup holder that comes with it on the hump, nobody can sit in the middle.
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Old 07-31-2014, 07:25 AM
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Interesting. Seems the GVWRs are less, but it would appear that the payload ratings are slightly higher than before because of the lighter weight.

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Yeah on would think that the GVWR would stay the same given the increased payload rating. What about the GCWR has that dropped as well?
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This is figuring the HD payload using my truck as an example, its Gvrw is 8200, truck left the factory weighing 5972 leaving a payload of 2228. An equivalent 2015 the Gvrw is 350 lbs less (7850) but the truck is said to weigh 700+ less. Therefore I would expect the payload to be ~350 lbs more. So around a 2578 payload would be my guess. That 's a nice payload for a half ton truck.
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I looked up the GVWR/payload for my 4.2L regular cab '04 Heritage for comparison. Its GVWR is 6,050 and payload 2,060. Curb weight 3,990.

For a '15 regular cab (from the link) the GVWR is 6,010 and 3.5L payload is 1,910. 2.7L Ecoboost payload is 1,800. Curb weight not listed, but using basic math its 4,100 for the 3.5L and 4,210 for the 2.7L Ecoboost.

Seems like the big aluminum weight saving brings them close to the '97-'03 ('04 Heritage) GVWR with less payload and more curb weight, at least in this 4x2 regular cab example.
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