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Old 02-08-2011, 07:01 AM
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Plain and Simple, 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty Can Tow More

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Old 02-08-2011, 09:18 AM
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So you dont just come on here to cause trouble. haha jk man


I saw that the other day did they change something?
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Old 02-08-2011, 01:03 PM
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Sounds like they made some changes to the frame and hitch.
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Sounds sawet. I wanna guess they'll bump it up for the 2012 and Dodge will come back with something for their 2012 - by Dec-Jan 2012 Ford will issue an upgrade and pwn Dodge again (Dead On Delivery, Guarantee Expired)
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Old 02-09-2011, 06:53 AM
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Honestly, if you really need that last 500 or 1,000 lbs of towing capacity on a regular basis, you probably should have something more than a 1-ton truck...
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Honestly, if you really need that last 500 or 1,000 lbs of towing capacity on a regular basis, you probably should have something more than a 1-ton truck...
True, but at least they reclaimed the top.
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Big deal..
Sounds like Ford is grasping for anything positive about the new truck, since they have gotten their rear ends wiped all over the road from GM.
I'm pissed.
I want to see the 6.7L as the clear performance winner as promised, and not some silly article that you can legally tow a few more pounds as if conceeding second place to GM's clearly better engine.
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Old 02-11-2011, 03:09 PM
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Big deal..
Sounds like Ford is grasping for anything positive about the new truck, since they have gotten their rear ends wiped all over the road from GM.
I'm pissed.
I want to see the 6.7L as the clear performance winner as promised, and not some silly article that you can legally tow a few more pounds as if conceeding second place to GM's clearly better engine.
I'm just happy this is a FORD engine, and besides... no matter the engine the GM trucks blow *** in styling and somfort compared to Ford...
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Big deal..
Sounds like Ford is grasping for anything positive about the new truck, since they have gotten their rear ends wiped all over the road from GM.
I'm pissed.
I want to see the 6.7L as the clear performance winner as promised, and not some silly article that you can legally tow a few more pounds as if conceeding second place to GM's clearly better engine.
Yea it would be nice. But I could give 2 ****s what a gm could do anyway. Ford needs to quit worrying bout the other 2(or maybe just 1) Do what you do best and the rest will fall in place with the customer! Kinda like the new Boss 302R
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