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Old 04-14-2008, 08:22 PM
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Have to win the lottery first. I think I'd rather have the CXT over a F-650, just looks more like a big rig. What do you guys think?

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Old 04-14-2008, 08:24 PM
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you should see ther brand new ones they are sick!
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I like this vid too.

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Still only an 8 ft bed though .

Ha ha, i like the GVWR though, 25,999 lbs. Im sure it can go way over that in reality. But once you hit 26000 a CDL is required.
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Still only an 8 ft bed though .

Ha ha, i like the GVWR though, 25,999 lbs. Im sure it can go way over that in reality. But once you hit 26000 a CDL is required.

Off the international Website

GVW Range: 25,999 lbs

Payload Capacity: 5.5 tons

Towing Capacity: 20 tons

Drivetrain: Up to 310 horsepower

So yeah the need for a CDL could come on quick, I think it would be funny if I tried to get this thing inspected and would have to prove that this wouldn't be a commercial inspection, I'd have to show them the 25,999 lbs on the door jam.

It's too bad you couldn't run a gooseneck on this truck because the bed is so high and it's a hydraulic dump, you would if you put a flat deck on the back i guess. I think I've seen one set up that way.
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you guys wanna know the best part about the F650/CXT/Kodiak trucks... there is no lift law that affects them, they are all exempt due to the GVWR!!!! It great!!! John Harrah, the owner of Harrah's Casino's has a race team called Speed Technologies... Here's his 2 F-650's, got to sit in them last week, they are sick!!! One is an Excursion Conversion it was like $400k and the 6 Door Pickup was $250k...damn


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they are both nice, nice machines. i think i would have to take the ford though
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they are both nice, nice machines. i think i would have to take the ford though
Um...both are Ford F650's
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