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Old 03-20-2011, 12:25 PM
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Difference between CS and C

Does anyone know the difference between 4X4CREW/CS vs. 4X4CREW/C on the dealer's website inventory. A friend asked and I have no idea.
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It must be something that dealer came up with His self ?

I've never heard of a Crew/CS or crew/c

it's either Crew/cab or C/C May be a Type-O ?

Post the link to the Dealer so we can see :~)

other wise people are gonna think your a Troll LOL cause that sounds like total BS
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:50 AM
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Here's a link

Search New Inventory at Earnhardt Ford - Your Chandler, Arizona Ford dealer

Go to any dealer invenotory and it's there

Ford Dealers | Arizona | United States.
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I don't know. Mine is a Crew/CS and is a crew cab short box. So that is going to be my guess.
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Yea, I thought that might be it but it doesn't seem to matter. Probably not important, I was just curious. I tell him to call a dealer.
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It probably is not anything much but I looked at a number of f250 crew cab short boxes that are designated as CREW/C and I saw a F350 DRW designated as CREW/C so now I am going with the CREW/CS is to differentiate between the F350 SRW and F350 DRW - the 350 crew cab SRW being the CREW/CS.
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Thanks 4x4ord. If I hear anything different I'll let you know.
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It probably is not anything much but I looked at a number of f250 crew cab short boxes that are designated as CREW/C and I saw a F350 DRW designated as CREW/C so now I am going with the CREW/CS is to differentiate between the F350 SRW and F350 DRW - the 350 crew cab SRW being the CREW/CS.
Now that makes sense.
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