Ford F-250 Model Overview
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Ford F-250 Questions
F250 Transmission Swap?
Is it possible to put a transmission from a 1992 F250 5.8 in a 1995 F250 7.5L? I know both are E4OD, but I'm not sure if they'll bolt up correctly. Thanks!
Too Much Clutch Pedal Freeplay
New clutch, new slave & master cylinders and way too much pedal free play. Bleeding doesn't help anymore.....not enough movement to disengage the clutch for shifting. What to do next???
I have the 87 f250 7.5l and I can't seem to figure out what kind of transmission I have. Either the t18 or t19. I need to figure out which kind it is so I can get a new flywheel since it keeps chew...
Is It Still Necessary To Change Automotive Crankcaser Oil In 6 Month Max In...
I have a '92 Ford F250 that states the need to change the motor oil at 6 months or 5,000 mile intervals. With the newer oil types around I wondered if the 6 month oil change interval still applies.
I have an 1989 f250 with a 460 in it I bought the truck not long ago there is oil build up on the bottom of the motor and all over the transmission I knew there was an oil leak but it did not look...
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Ford F-250 Overview
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.