Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Highland, IL
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I can't say as I have a direct comparison to the V10, but I had a buddy who owned one in an F250. And we'd pull our offroad rigs to trails around TX. He, pulling a substantially heavier load with a long gooseneck trailer (probably around 10k) and I was pulling around 7k with my slightly modded 7.3L. Anyway, in the hill country, I had to give him a mile gap ahead because I'd always catch him on the uphills otherwise. I think we did that for two years, then he bought himself a cummins. The V10s are good engines, but a diesel is really the right tool for the towing job. Your truck will arrive before you know it!
2017 F-350 CCSB 6.7L
[old]2002 7.3L PSD, 6spd, 4x4 Off-Road, Super Cab, Short Bed, ARE Topper, SCMT Autometer gauges, Tymar, 4" SS aero-turbine exhaust, & WW.
'73 Bronco 351 SEFI, 35's & Locked!