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Old 12-07-2004, 06:05 AM
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1995 F350 Specs

Anybody know where to find the factory specs on a 1995 F350 4x4 ?
Like rear end specs, front axel types, tow ratings, ride height, etc.

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Most of what you're looking for can be found in the owner's manual. If your truck didn't come with one, you can get one from Helm, or maybe one off ebay.
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Front axle: Dana 60 monobeam high pinion (reverse-cut gears) with ball-joints ('91 and earlier had kingpins). If I remember correctly, Ford rates the front axle capacity at 4650 lbs.

Rear axle: Ford/Sterling 10.25" full-float, made by Visteon www.visteon.com. Rated at 6250 lbs gross weight capacity by the axle manufacturer. Ford rates the rear axle gross capacity for the whole rear suspension/axle/frame. It is: 6084 lbs. Brake drums can be removed without pulling the shafts, unlike Dana axles .

Gear ratios: 3.55 stock, 4.10 optional. Rear Trac-Lok limited slip optional. Axle code can be found on the driver's door VIN/weight sticker. Code 39 = 3.55 open, 35 = 4.10 open. Code with an alpha character in front means it has a rear limited slip.

Stock tires and wheels: 235/85-16's, load range E, 3042 lbs max capacity at 80 psi max pressure, cold. Wheels are 16" x (I think) 7". Bolt pattern is 8 on 6.5" bolt circle.

Engines: most common were the 5.8L V8 (351W), 7.4L V8 (460), and 7.3L V8 (Powerstroke diesel).

Transmissions: ZF 5-speed manual with granny low first gear and overdrive 5th. C6 3-speed auto, no overdrive (trans code G). E4OD 4-speed auto with overdrive 4th gear (trans code E). The E4OD will have an overdrive lockout button on the end of the shift lever.

Transfer case: Borg Warner 1356. It is aluminum cased, chain drive, part-time and can be either manual shift or electric. Hubs can be either manual lock-outs or autohubs.

Towing and carrying weights:

GVWR = 9200 lbs. This is the max wieght rating for the loaded truck by itself.

Payload: subtract actual truck scale weight from GVWR and what's left over is the Payload capacity.

GCWR (gross combined weight rating): This is the rating for the total combination of loaded truck plus loaded trailer together. This rating is different depending on what engine and axle ratio you have. From this rating, the tow rating is figured. You subtract the actual curb weight of the truck from the GCWR and what is left over is the max trailer weight rating.

Example: my '92 F350 CrewCab 4x4 weighs about 6500 lbs unloaded, according to the scale at the local landfill. The GCWR for my truck is 13,500 lbs. 13,500 - 6500 = 7000 lbs max trailer weight. The listed curb weight for my truck is 5940 lbs. Gas, aftermarket equipment and extra stuff I carry account for the additional ~560 lbs.

GCWR's: 351 w/3.55 ratio = 11,500. 351 w/4.10's = 13,500. 460 w/3.55's = 13,000 or 13,500 (I forget which). 460 /w4.10's = 16,500. Diesel w/4.10's = 18,500. I forget what the diesel is with 3.55's. Probably around 15,000 lbs.

Hope that helps ya out.
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Wow, thanks!

Is the 1356 t case the same as the 93 F150?
Is a block heater stock on the 460?
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Also does the trailer brake controller come stock as an option. If so, what kind did they use?
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Davs, the F150's either used the 1356 or the 1345, not sure which on '93's. The block heater was an option, but I thought it was only on diesels? I don't know a whole lot about the block heaters. Living here in southern California, we don't get alot of freezing temps .

The trailer brake controller is an aftermarket deal. Ford supplies the plug under the dash, you supply the controller, and the pigtail with the other side of the plug on it that goes from the plug to the controller can be purchased from most trailer supply shops, or any place selling brake controllers.

Check out www.etrailer.com for just about anything you'll need related to towing a trailer.
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Thanks, I guess your right about the block heater in your area.
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Does anybody know the rear frame width for mounting flatbed on a 95 1 ton srw?
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Block heaters were an option on both gasoline & diesel trucks. I'm not sure if it's Northland Ford thing (northern Midwest states marketing term), but my 460 equipped truck has dual block heaters from the factory.

F-150, 250, 350 truck all have 37" wide frame
Cab-n-chassis F350s have a 34" wide frame
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the 95 5.8L 351's are they speed density or maf?
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rear end

sold them for 17yrs what would you like to know the they had 3 rear ends 3.55 gears 3.73 gears and 4.10 gears
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Front axle: Dana 60 monobeam high pinion (reverse-cut gears) with ball-joints ('91 and earlier had kingpins). If I remember correctly, Ford rates the front axle capacity at 4650 lbs.

Rear axle: Ford/Sterling 10.25" full-float, made by Visteon www.visteon.com. Rated at 6250 lbs gross weight capacity by the axle manufacturer. Ford rates the rear axle gross capacity for the whole rear suspension/axle/frame. It is: 6084 lbs. Brake drums can be removed without pulling the shafts, unlike Dana axles .

Gear ratios: 3.55 stock, 4.10 optional. Rear Trac-Lok limited slip optional. Axle code can be found on the driver's door VIN/weight sticker. Code 39 = 3.55 open, 35 = 4.10 open. Code with an alpha character in front means it has a rear limited slip.

Stock tires and wheels: 235/85-16's, load range E, 3042 lbs max capacity at 80 psi max pressure, cold. Wheels are 16" x (I think) 7". Bolt pattern is 8 on 6.5" bolt circle.

Engines: most common were the 5.8L V8 (351W), 7.4L V8 (460), and 7.3L V8 (Powerstroke diesel).

Transmissions: ZF 5-speed manual with granny low first gear and overdrive 5th. C6 3-speed auto, no overdrive (trans code G). E4OD 4-speed auto with overdrive 4th gear (trans code E). The E4OD will have an overdrive lockout button on the end of the shift lever.

Transfer case: Borg Warner 1356. It is aluminum cased, chain drive, part-time and can be either manual shift or electric. Hubs can be either manual lock-outs or autohubs.

Towing and carrying weights:

GVWR = 9200 lbs. This is the max wieght rating for the loaded truck by itself.

Payload: subtract actual truck scale weight from GVWR and what's left over is the Payload capacity.

GCWR (gross combined weight rating): This is the rating for the total combination of loaded truck plus loaded trailer together. This rating is different depending on what engine and axle ratio you have. From this rating, the tow rating is figured. You subtract the actual curb weight of the truck from the GCWR and what is left over is the max trailer weight rating.

Example: my '92 F350 CrewCab 4x4 weighs about 6500 lbs unloaded, according to the scale at the local landfill. The GCWR for my truck is 13,500 lbs. 13,500 - 6500 = 7000 lbs max trailer weight. The listed curb weight for my truck is 5940 lbs. Gas, aftermarket equipment and extra stuff I carry account for the additional ~560 lbs.

GCWR's: 351 w/3.55 ratio = 11,500. 351 w/4.10's = 13,500. 460 w/3.55's = 13,000 or 13,500 (I forget which). 460 /w4.10's = 16,500. Diesel w/4.10's = 18,500. I forget what the diesel is with 3.55's. Probably around 15,000 lbs.

Hope that helps ya out.
really? 7,000 pounds max trailer weight for a 1 ton, thats what my 150 5.0 with 3.55 is rated for, even my 4.9 with 3.08s is rated for 5,900. seems a little low for a one toner doesnt it?
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Front axle: Dana 60 monobeam high pinion (reverse-cut gears) with ball-joints ('91 and earlier had kingpins). If I remember correctly, Ford rates the front axle capacity at 4650 lbs.

Rear axle: Ford/Sterling 10.25" full-float, made by Visteon www.visteon.com. Rated at 6250 lbs gross weight capacity by the axle manufacturer. Ford rates the rear axle gross capacity for the whole rear suspension/axle/frame. It is: 6084 lbs. Brake drums can be removed without pulling the shafts, unlike Dana axles .

Gear ratios: 3.55 stock, 4.10 optional. Rear Trac-Lok limited slip optional. Axle code can be found on the driver's door VIN/weight sticker. Code 39 = 3.55 open, 35 = 4.10 open. Code with an alpha character in front means it has a rear limited slip.

Stock tires and wheels: 235/85-16's, load range E, 3042 lbs max capacity at 80 psi max pressure, cold. Wheels are 16" x (I think) 7". Bolt pattern is 8 on 6.5" bolt circle.

Engines: most common were the 5.8L V8 (351W), 7.4L V8 (460), and 7.3L V8 (Powerstroke diesel).

Transmissions: ZF 5-speed manual with granny low first gear and overdrive 5th. C6 3-speed auto, no overdrive (trans code G). E4OD 4-speed auto with overdrive 4th gear (trans code E). The E4OD will have an overdrive lockout button on the end of the shift lever.

Transfer case: Borg Warner 1356. It is aluminum cased, chain drive, part-time and can be either manual shift or electric. Hubs can be either manual lock-outs or autohubs.

Towing and carrying weights:

GVWR = 9200 lbs. This is the max wieght rating for the loaded truck by itself.

Payload: subtract actual truck scale weight from GVWR and what's left over is the Payload capacity.

GCWR (gross combined weight rating): This is the rating for the total combination of loaded truck plus loaded trailer together. This rating is different depending on what engine and axle ratio you have. From this rating, the tow rating is figured. You subtract the actual curb weight of the truck from the GCWR and what is left over is the max trailer weight rating.

Example: my '92 F350 CrewCab 4x4 weighs about 6500 lbs unloaded, according to the scale at the local landfill. The GCWR for my truck is 13,500 lbs. 13,500 - 6500 = 7000 lbs max trailer weight. The listed curb weight for my truck is 5940 lbs. Gas, aftermarket equipment and extra stuff I carry account for the additional ~560 lbs.

GCWR's: 351 w/3.55 ratio = 11,500. 351 w/4.10's = 13,500. 460 w/3.55's = 13,000 or 13,500 (I forget which). 460 /w4.10's = 16,500. Diesel w/4.10's = 18,500. I forget what the diesel is with 3.55's. Probably around 15,000 lbs.

Hope that helps ya out.
really? 7,000 pounds max trailer weight for a 1 ton, thats what my 150 5.0 with 3.55 is rated for, even my 4.9 with 3.08s is rated for 5,900. seems a little low for a one toner doesnt it?
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really? 7,000 pounds max trailer weight for a 1 ton, thats what my 150 5.0 with 3.55 is rated for, even my 4.9 with 3.08s is rated for 5,900. seems a little low for a one toner doesnt it?
I don't think so buddy. My truck with a 5.8 and 3.55's only has a max weight limit of ~11k truck and load. Subtract the 5k curb weight and I can tow ~6k. You need to find out what your GCWR for your trucks are, then subtract the weight of the truck from it. The number of the door is NOT your towing capacity.
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