Ford F-250 Experts

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Ford F-250 Model Overview

Used Ford F-250

1955 Ford F-250
1955 Ford F-250 Overview
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1957 Ford F-250 Overview
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1959 Ford F-250
1959 Ford F-250 Overview
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Ford F-250 Questions

strikeanarc
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What Engine And Transmission Came Stock In A 1975 F250 2wd Camper Special?

the v8 valve covers are blue and say "powered by ford" with a 3 speed auto tranny

6,229 views with 13 answers (last answer 3 days ago)
JHFetner
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Where Is The Fuel Filter On My 1987 Ford F250 4.9l In-line Six?

Is it the canister located on the frame under the driver's side of the truck?

12 views with 3 answers (last answer 6 days ago)
Mike Craven
0

Ford Truck Ignition Won't Stay In On Position

I have an 86 Ford and it purrs like a kitten when running. I have an issue with the ignition switch and can't figure out the problem. When I start it and kick it into gear it dies, if I hold the ignit...

22 views with 3 answers (last answer about a week ago)
bolin
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Where To Find Brake Proportioning Valve For 1972 Ford F-250 360 Engine

the brake proportioning valve on 1972 Ford F-250 engine is 360 is not available so far I have photo so click and tell me where can I find one. This is the original and after 43 years the rubber has ...

15 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
Zachary Camren
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My 1990 Ford F250 Xlt Lariat Single Cab Got Vandalized. They Cut Almost Ev...

are different colors. What do I do?

4 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)

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About the Ford F-250

The F-250 is Ford's three-quarter-ton pickup truck, rounding out the highly popular F series of trucks.  Building on the success of the F-150, the world's best-selling truck, the F-250 was designed as a sturdier vehicle with greater hauling capacity.

Launched under its current model name in 1953, the Ford F-250 was marketed as a working vehicle for farm, ranch, and job site. In 1997, the heavier, more rugged F-250 Super Duty line was inaugurated, featuring a heftier frame and stiffer suspension.

You'll see the F250 in many commercial fleet applications, including some with modifications for U-Haul. In an era of shaky market strength for Ford, the F-Series continues to be a strong seller.