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post #1 of 13 Old 12-05-2008, 12:42 AM Thread Starter
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F250 vs 350SRW

Can anyone tell me what is different between the F250 & F350SRW.I was told you can get a different gear in a F350SRW and 3:73 is the only gear that comes in the F250.All the F350SRW trucks Ive looked at had a 3:73 gear.

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Dana 60 up front for the 350 vs IFS in the 250 i think

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IFS what is that.

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IFS what is that.
independent front suspension aka independent FAIL suspension

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since when do F250's have IFS

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I thought they did.. I do. but I don't know about new models. I have a 97

TTB or IFS.. whatever

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The super duties went to a solid up front.JJ

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the 350's have heavier overload springs than the 250's for a higher weight rating. otherwise they're pretty much the same.

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350'S Have overloads in the rear. Most lower gears start in the F450 and F550.

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Both are solid axle from 99+. The 350 will probably have a taller block in the rear. The suspension ratings are different. Most importantly, they have different badges...the price difference between the exact same truck in a 250 and a 350 is only about $1,000 dollars when it's brand new from the factory. There are probably some other differences that I did not mention.


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