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Old 05-27-2010, 04:22 PM
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hey guys new to the forum but long time follower. I just sold my 06 f-350 cc/sb and looking to buy a new truck. My question is how much faster and what the weight diff. is between a reg. cab, a supercab and a crew cab. really like a crew cab but like going fast to. Probably want to stay with a 6.4 but also might consider a 6.7 depeding on how much faster there going to be. Going to buy one pretty soon so thanks for ay input.
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Old 05-27-2010, 05:29 PM
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well a reg cab will be the lightest followed by super then crew of course. as for how fast, i'd say a good amount from the reg to the crew..... less body and frame less weight
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A Crewcab is about 500lbs more than a reg cab.
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500lbs should equal about half a second in the quarter mile. I can live with that for the added comfort for passengers and thats what I have the Z06 for.
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Thanks alot guys thats exactly what I wanted to know!
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500lbs should equal about half a second in the quarter mile. I can live with that for the added comfort for passengers and thats what I have the Z06 for.
screw the passengers... when they pay half my truck payment I will upgrade to a CC
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I wish my truck was a SC/SB.....it wouldn't have a backseat if I had one. More room to put stuff for vacation and a lot less weight for the drag strip
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