1996 Ford F-150 Overview

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1996 Ford F-150 Overview

The 1996 Ford F-150 topped the American market for the first time in several years. Behind this return to market dominance were several key selling points: buyers flocked to the 96 Ford F150, drawn by its variety of trims (Standard, XL, XLT, and Eddie Bauer trimlines were available), its range of configurations (choices between stepside and styleside; long-bed and short-bed models; and cab setups ranging from 2-door and 4-door standard cabs to the extended-cab supercab), and above all, its selection of powerhouse fuel-injected engines, from a 4.9 liter straight-six clocking in at 150 hp to a 7.3 liter PowerStroke turbo-diesel V8 putting out 210 horsepower.

Four-wheel-drive options and safety features like automatic locking hubs made the 1996 Ford F150 a favorite of off-road enthusiasts. The pickup's ruggedness and durability made it the choice for farm and ranch uses, and its solid heft has kept it on the road for more than a decade. You'll still find plenty of these old-school muscle-trucks out there, either pampered by tuners or doing workhorse duty in fields and back roads.

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    Blank Bill Of Sale Form

    do you have a printable bill of sale form

    5 views with 2 answers (last answer 17 hours ago)

    I Think They Come With 16 Is It Okay To Change It To 18 Inch Rim

    I'm concerned about my speed limit and how many miles it racked up these wheels are 15 inch I think I'm putting more miles on my odometer and I actually am

    1 view with no answers yet

    Misfire

    Have an 96 f 150 5.8L . Was misfiring so i changed out the plugs and wires. When trying to start it, it cranks but wont turn over. Suggestions on what to do???

    6 views with 4 answers (last answer about a week ago)

    I Bought A 1986 Ford F150 With A V8 And Had It Converted From Fuel Injectio...

    my truck want start after converting from fuel injection to carburetor

    8 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)

    Fuel Goes From The Rear Tank To Front Tank

    When I am driving using the front tank the fuel goes from the rear tank to front tank.

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