bill, the owner of PHP and also a site sponsor has lost his entire home and his pets to a horrible house fire. bill is one of these guys who will give you the shirt off his back if it would help you out. he is a leader in the Diesel community as far as his Tuning goes and his knowledge on the power stroke engine. I think as a site, powerstroke.org, we should come together and donate some money to Bill and his family to help them in this horrible time to help them get back on their feet. a site has been set up and I will post the link below. thank you to everyone!
The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty has been introduced as the toughest, smartest, most capable Super Duty truck lineup ever.
Like the 2015 Ford F-150, the new F-Series Super Duty has turned to an aluminum body to help shed up to 350 pounds on the heavy-duty truck. It marks the first time that the Super Duty body uses military-grade aluminum alloy, which Ford claims is more dent- and ding-resistant than the outgoing steel body and is not subject to red rust corrosion.
The fully boxed frame consists of more than 95-percent high-strength steel, making it up to 24 times stiffer than the previous frame, enabling the most towing and hauling capacity ever delivered by Super Duty.
Ford also highlighted the 16 segment-first new features that help towing easier and more efficient than ever. Some of those features include all-new advanced coaching and camera technology, LED lighting and adaptive cruise control. As many as seven cameras help drivers see more angles and monitor conditions around the truck, while a center high-mounted stop lamp camera gives visibility into the cargo box. There is also a 360-degree camera system that uses four digital, high-definition cameras for a birdís-eye view surrounding the truck.
Other firsts for the F-Series Super Duty include a factory-available trailer camera that can be attached to a trailer for enhanced visibility while backing up.