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EOT and TFT both look high to me on your afternoon image. I've seen over 200* EOT once, and that was a hot day that found me romping a lot. I don't recall for sure, but I think my TFT only hit about 180-190* that same day. Something is making your truck run hot. Since your EOT is up there, your TFT will be as well (being cooled with the coolant and all).
If you're chipped, go back to stock and see what that does for you. It could also be a clogged radiator, bad thermostat... Things that can make a truck run hot.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
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