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Question from Australia, F-450 Cab Chassis have the big running gear of last F-450

My last of the Mohicans built 03/09 F-450 King Ranch, LWB, 4x4, CC, DRW, has the huge running gear: 10 Stud Wheels, Dana 110 rear Diff, and BIGGER brakes.

Now I know the F-450 with a factory bed, has the smaller F-350 running gear and 8 stud wheels...

But I hear, if you order the F-450 Cab Chassis, it might possibly come with the old school larger running gear. Anyone know? Thank you in advance from your Friends and loyal supporters in Australia

And by the by Friends, the stick pullers that talk up chebbies, I had two of them a new 2500 HD 4x4 and new 3500 HD 4x4 DRW, both CC, and they ARE a Girls trucks. So light of steel a shopping cart dented a bumper, Truth! Lousy car front end, light car with a pickup body. Sold them both. Ford excells in EVERY CATEGORY IN REAL LIFE.... So don't let the propaganda stick puller monkey spankers waste your time, they are obviously working for the government stealerships...
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