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Old 10-30-2010, 05:42 PM
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Towing Comparison

I own a 2002 7.3 F350 long bed crew and am considering the new 6.7. I tow a 4 horse gooseneck and a 27' bumper pull camper. Can someone give me the simple comparison of 250 vs 350, and long bed vs short bed. I have been out of the market for awhile. Thanks, and sorry if this has been asked and answered earlier.
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Long bed has a larger fuel tank and can be more stable for towing, F250/350 mostly changes carry load rating. The 6.7 is a huge step above the 7.3 you have now.
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Long bed has a larger fuel tank and can be more stable for towing, F250/350 mostly changes carry load rating. The 6.7 is a huge step above the 7.3 you have now.
Pretty much what he said...and I dont know how true it is but I have read on here that the 350 has a beefier frame on the 2011, but like I said I have yet to confirm that.
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