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Old 10-25-2010, 11:43 AM
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differences f250 & f350

hey guys this may seem like a really dumb question but i have been wondering for a while so take it easy on me!

what is the difference between a f250 and the f350 other then the stiffer suspension/ overload springs and the 350 has a bigger block under the rear leafs?
i am talking both single rear wheel cause i know the dually is geared differently.

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Old 10-25-2010, 11:54 AM
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A very very minor difference in frame thickness and two splines in the rear axle. Other than what you mentioned thats it.
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thanks Dave! so the 350 is minorly heavier. . and the two splines in the axle just makes it stronger?
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Yup towing capacity is exactly the same
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I have the reference manual for the suspensions somewhere - I will look for it.

Here it is:
https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckBBAS...essd-ms_06.pdf

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Another Big difference is what you pay for registration on an f350 as compared to an f250. More expensive on the f350!!!
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Old 10-26-2010, 02:08 AM
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Another Big difference is what you pay for registration on an f350 as compared to an f250. More expensive on the f350!!!
Thats not the case in MN. Its half the money to register a 350
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here in texas, all i pay is like $80 a year for mine in tags.
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