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Old 10-28-2013, 05:35 AM
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Difference between 2013 and 2014?

I am looking at a 2013 F-250. If this is sold before I pull the trigger what difference is there from 2013 to the 2014? Better or worse? Thanks.
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Really nothing major.

There's an 11,400 GVWR package (probably due to California's 11,500 issue)
Some XL model stuff

Search 2014 Ford Superduty Order Guide. It has all the major changes in the PDF. There's a link on thedieselstop.com
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It's probably a financial wash either way. Better incentives on the 2013, but more depreciation off the dealer's lot due to it being one model year older.

I don't believe there are any technological/powertrain differences from 2013 to 2014. in fact, I didn't see much from 2012 to 2014 for that matter when I bought mine. Early 2012 saw most of the "tweaks" from the 2011 model year, and even those were relatively minor. Better balanced turbo was one of the bigger ones, software flashes, etc.

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Thanks. What is the internal cooling they are talking about on the 2014?
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First I've heard of "internal cooling". Not sure what that is. Maybe the model 465 A/C. 4 windows down, 65 MPH. =)

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Thanks. What is the internal cooling they are talking about on the 2014?

I haven't heard about any internal cooling. And I don't even know what that means.


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I thought maybe they were talking about the turbo charger?
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When I was buying my 2013, I asked about any upgrades the '14 would include. I was told the only change he was aware of was the taller block installed between the rear axle and leaf pack.

I dont know if there is any truth to that but thought I would pass it along.
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When I was buying my 2013, I asked about any upgrades the '14 would include. I was told the only change he was aware of was the taller block installed between the rear axle and leaf pack.

I dont know if there is any truth to that but thought I would pass it along.
I've been seeing 4 inch rear spring blocks on the 2014 F250s versus 2 inch on the 2013s. I replaced the 2 inch blocks on my 2013 with 4 inch blocks.
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I thought maybe they were talking about the turbo charger?
Any changes to the engine are being saved for the 2015 MY.


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