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2020 F350 DRW w/ 5413lbs Payload....WOW

Nice numbers for payload ratings. F250 7.3L gasser sitting at 3179 lbs payload.



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Pretty cool video. 5413lbs in a "1" ton! I can't wait till they do a Super Ike with that 6.7/10 speed!!!! I hope it sets a new record.

Did I hear Andre' say "all" 6.7's come with 3.55's now? I ordered 3.55's but there was an option for 4.10's. Maybe he just mis-spoke. He was nervous as a long tailed cat in room full of rocking chairs.

It will be interesting to see how many minutes that long chin spoiler lasts on trucks that are actually used. I am planning on a Ranchhand front bash guard and I think that chin spoiler has to come off to mount it.
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Too bad Ford told them to wait until January to post anything about the ride or towing. I'd have to read over the Order Guide to see what gear ratios go with what configurations.



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that 7.3 sounds really good.

Kinda wish I would have got the big block instead of the 2019 6.7.

nahh - just kidding - diesel or bust for me

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I think the 7.3 gasser could be a sleeper. If the engine proves-out, this truck could be a good platform for many hauling the occasional middle weight loads. As for personal and recreational use, once 5-Star getís done with their tuning package, the performance will most likely be all the more impressive.

This engine wonít work well for my use and wonít for many others on the Forum, but Iíll bet there is still a sizeable general market for it. There certainly should be a significant cost savings between the gas and diesel rigs.
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curious what the mileage will be on that big thirsty gasser.

I am assuming not much has changed in 30 years. Ford always had the big V10 gassers and some guys loved them but to me they always sucked the fuel down and never lasted as long as the diesel. Also the resale on them big gassers were horrible because no one wanted them compared to a comp truck with a diesel.

personally - the downsides of diesel are going away with the times.

Noise - new ones are super quiet.
smell and fumes - almost none existent with the addition of the government fluid and filters of filters of filters that the government fluid can't scrub.
cold starts - the new ceramic glow plugs are light years ahead of the old days. Remember the old 5.9 cummin's guys with a grid heater, lol. Had to own stock in starters and batteries just to get them things going in the morning.
fuel gelling - fords new 6.7 has a fuel cooler but hey guess what, it works in the reverse during the winter. Its a fuel heater!!!!! if the truck starts, it will stay running with the fuel heat exchanger warming up the diesel now.

The only issue with diesel now is flat out cost. Fuel, maintenance and up front is more. But guess what, nut up and go ask for a raise cause this new 6.7 is wicked.

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Kind of tired of the big D...iesel contest between the big 3. Being a died in the wool Ford guy I brought a 2017 F-350 Platinum Dually. Now it's Underpowered? I guess my 440 hp. and 925ft lbs. of torque ain't getting it done. NOT...Pulls the hell out of my 5th Wheel and is a keeper. The 2020's are beautiful, I like the front design but I don't want to deal with that kind of payment, I'll dance with the girl that brought me to the dually show, My 2017
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Love that grill on the KR DRW
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Love that grill on the KR DRW
Same here. I'm considering blacking everything out on my dually when it gets here. Its a lot of work to take everything off and paint it but shouldn't hurt anything warranty wise.

At least its something to make the truck unique. There's already several black '19 duallys around here.
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Would be interested in seeing your KR door sticker to see real world payload

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