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Should Ford build a Reg cab Short box super duty

What do you all think Should Ford build a Reg cab Short box super duty?

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I would love to see a production.

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be a helluva trailer mover and offroader, thats for sure

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I'd even like to see it a SVT version mabe with a turbo upgrade.

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be a helluva trailer mover and offroader, thats for sure
A reg cab shortbox would be pretty useless as a heavy tow vehicle.

Would make a badazz SVT truck though

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A reg cab shortbox would be pretty useless as a heavy tow vehicle.

Would make a badazz SVT truck though
Didn't say heavy.... but highly manuverable. think yard truck.

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Didn't say heavy.... but highly manuverable. think yard truck.
Already make em like that for airports

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Already make em like that for airports
so if they already MAKE them why are we asking weather or not they SHOULD?

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so if they already MAKE them why are we asking weather or not they SHOULD?
Because they dont have standard boxes on them. They are designed for towing aircraft

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the on for towing aircraft whld only hve like a 4ft box on them they are super short, but I'm talking avabile to the genral public.

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