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Old 09-05-2007, 04:58 PM
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2005 F-350 King Ranch vs F-350 lariat

hey guys

what is the difference between the F 350 PSD 4x4 lariat and the King Ranch besides the leather ?

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the lariat's exterior is gonna have more chrome pieces on it (grill, tube steps, etc.)

the king ranch is more of a mono-color exterior. the steps are the same color as the lower paint, mirror covers & door handles are color matched, etc.

you want see hardly any of the shiney stuff on a KR.

wheels are also different between the two.

its all about the options.
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Looks like Bama covered most of it.
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King ranch is loaded like a mofo i think
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King Ranch's are auto's only.
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The leather is nicer as are the color matched mirrors. Other than that it is the same truck as far as I can tell.
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there are more diff's than just the leather as stated above.

To the best of my knowledge, the KR is the next step up from a Lariat.

they start off like this as of the 2008 models

XL
XLT
XLT Sport
FX4
Lariat
King Ranch - Harley Davidson

Thats how I see it anyways.

Of course you can mix and match some options between all of those packages.

Like cloth vs. leather in an XLT. There was even a chrome edition that was on the Lariat's only. And in 2007 they had a Lariat Outlaw & Lariat Highline Editions. Just basically a Lariat with nicer options.
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i put a biz card on a lariat outlaw about a month ago, sharp truck, guess he thought he was to good for us small time people.
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i was told the kr has extra insulation in the cab to make it a little more quit,but not sure its true
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there are more diff's than just the leather as stated above.

To the best of my knowledge, the KR is the next step up from a Lariat.

they start off like this as of the 2008 models

XL
XLT
XLT Sport
FX4
Lariat
King Ranch - Harley Davidson

Thats how I see it anyways.

Of course you can mix and match some options between all of those packages.

Like cloth vs. leather in an XLT. There was even a chrome edition that was on the Lariat's only. And in 2007 they had a Lariat Outlaw & Lariat Highline Editions. Just basically a Lariat with nicer options.
Just from what I have seen having my Lariat parked next to a KR not that much difference.
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