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1991 Ford F-150 Overview

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4.15 stars

Based on 13 reviews

by Christopher
 — I love my F-150 jumps right off the line for fast acceleration when you need to, blow some one of the line, its got a 5.8 liter v-8 with 210 hp and 325 foot pounds of torque, only bad part is the gas ... Read More
Old Gray by Derek
 — almost 600,000 miles on it and still goin strong. My dad bought it back in 99 and its been around ever since. its not the most powerful thing on the road nor the best handling but is light on its ... Read More
Awesome Ford by Aj
 — sweet awesome puller 300 6 cylinder has tons of torquee five speed tranny seems to hold up good and a great off roader with some lockers, a lift and some good tires Read More

1991 Ford F-150 Overview

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1991 Ford F-150

The 1991 Ford F-150 continued to offer buyers a wide variety of trims and configurations.  Trims available for the 91 Ford F150 were the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat; configurations included extended-cab supercab and standard cab in 2-door and 4-door setups, and a choice between long-bed and short-bed models.

Once again, the 1991 Ford F150 dominated the US market.  This rugged pickup had the reliability and versatility for a range of farm and ranch uses.  The four-wheel-drive options, including automatic locking hubs, made it a favorite of off-road adventurers as well.  

The 91 Ford F-150 is a solid, durable choice for project lovers, tuners, or anyone looking for a classic muscle truck.  You'll find plenty of power under the hood, with fuel-injected engines ranging from a 4.9 liter, 150-horsepower straight-six to a 5.0 liter Windsor V-8 to an International Harvester Diesel V8 putting out 185 horsepower.  All that power comes at a price, though; the 91 F150's gas mileage isn't anything to write home about, with an estimate of 17 mpg on the highway, 15 mpg in the city.

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Is A 4.9l Straight 6 A Strong Motor In The F150?

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Truck Starts Rough, Works Fine Driving But When I Accelerate At A Stop Sign...

About a month ago my truck started getting hot on the highway and cut off on me. Scary experience but the thermostat ended up being the problem (locked up on me) ended up replacing thermostat, wat...

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Runs Fine Then Stalls Out When Slowing Down Or Low Speed

replace plugs and wires

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Will An Automatic Transmission From A 1995 Ford F150 With The 5.0 302 Motor...

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What Transmission Or Adapter Will Exchange

Is there an transmission that is interchangeable with the 1991 F-150 W40D. Rebuilt once and now it is going again.

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