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Re: F350 vs F CC 4x4 auto
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ACDII</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Only thing to keep in mind, do not use an F250 as you would use an F350 as far as towing and hauling heavy loads. It may handle it without a problem, but if you wreck it and someone gets hurt or killed, you will be in some serious trouble for driving an overloaded vehicle. Slapping on a set of F350 rims and tires, in the laws eyes, does not make it an F350. Aside from that, other than what was mentioned above, they are pretty much identical. </div></div>
Many F250's and F350's share the same GVWR/GCWR.
Most suspension manufacturers sell the same lift/suspension for the F250/F350.
I've known of several F350's with the same front axle as the F250's. An F250 with a camper or tow package can be rated heavier than an F350.
It's not accurate to rate the trucks by the badge, atleast not the earlier of the SD. Somewhere around 05 the differences were more specific between the two "sizes" built.
2000 F250,4X4,AFE2 w/PG7,F.A.S.S.,H2e,Spearco 6.0 CAC,Hybrids,Head Studs,FTVB,BD t/c,Fluidampr.
455hp/833tq, Fall Brawl 2007
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