Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Southern Maryland
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Re: Ride Quality Difference Between (Same) F350 and F250
I see you have the Timbrens. Me, too. I love them, about the best dang thing invented for the buck. Easy to install, maintenance free, and boy do they work. No, I didn't buy them to tow the 22klb Teton(but it helps), I got them because of the expansion joints on PA's wonderful concrete highways. I may even get them for the F-450. For me 2004, I found out part for part, save the badges on the fenders and tailgate, and the 2" difference in spacer blocks, the SRW 250 and the SRW 350 are the same truck. Same part number for the axles(and the ring and pinion gear set)leaf spring pack, brakes, everything is the same. I am starting to wonder if the frame is the exact same between the 2008 F-350 dually and the F-450 pickup. I wonder because the mounting kit for the Reese Signature Series hitch have the same part number for the 350 and the 450.
2008 F-450 Lariat Dark Stone Metallic over Pueblo Gold 4x4(manual shift transfer case, manual hubs), High capacity tow 4:88s, Off Road, Camper packages, Sirius Sat, Upfitter switches, DVD entertainment, tailgate step, traction control, Audiophile 6-disc, PTC Supplemental heat and heated seats(warm buns), rear sensors, traction control, tailgate step. Built May 8, delivered May 24
Reese Signature Series 24k fiver hitch, I installed it myself, best hitch I have found yet
Line-X bedliner, heavy duty floor mats
2003 Sunline F281SR(weekend getaways)
Sea Ray 240 Sundeck
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