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Old 01-07-2013, 10:12 AM
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Turning Radius CC 156" 4X4 WB?

I can't find the turning radius, or the turning diameter for the Super Duty. Will it do a U-turn curb to curb? Is the turning diameter less than 40 feet?

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Old 01-07-2013, 11:43 AM
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I'm not sure but think its listed at 25-9. I went from an 01 f250 SCLB to a 12 f250 CCSB
and this truck turns much better and shorter
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I can't find the turning radius, or the turning diameter for the Super Duty. Will it do a U-turn curb to curb? Is the turning diameter less than 40 feet?

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Thanks for the information. Looks like I won't be doing many u-turns!
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am i reading the chart right, it looks like the 4x4s turn better than the 4x2s (CC, 8' bed)?

i'm looking to see if the newer trucks turn better than current truck.
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Judging by the seat of the pants, my 2013 has a tighter turn radius than my 2007 and it takes less effort to do so.
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I went from an 01 f250 SCLB to a 12 f250 CCSB and this truck turns much better and shorter
I have an '07 F550 cab & chassis 4-door 4wd, and up to a month ago, also had an '02 F350 dually 4-door 4wd. The '07 has turns so much sharper and has such a smaller turning radius that its really no comparison. The F550 is considerably easier to get around in parking lots, and I was very surprised to see that much difference between the two.
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Turning Radius CC 156" 4X4 WB?

In my F350 CCLB there is no such thing as a u-turn. However, there is something called a 10 point turn in this truck. LOL.


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