what year is the best year????

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Asked by Nov 10, 2009 at 06:00 PM about the Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Im a a big 7.3 guy and i always thout the 99.5 was the best but also heard the 04 6.0 was a good year

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you can't beat the 7.3L. and in 2002 they really figured that setup out and gave it an extra 20-30 hp. I have an 02 and it is a beast. It's a 4wd, crew cab, short bed, lariet with bumpers front and rear and a head ack rack and the thing still gets 28+ mpg!! I had some trany problems because I was running to hot chip setup and often towed close to twice the allowable wieght. It's got 200K miles on it and I wouldn't trade it for any other truck out there.

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