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How long is a Ford F short bed?

Specifically, the Crew Cab with Short Bed ( feet) measures an overall length of inches, alongside a body width of inches and a body height of inches. This mates to a massive inch wheelbase and inches of ground clearance.

What&#;s the difference between a Ford F and a Ford F?

A big difference is that the F has two truck bed configurations– or 8-foot bed–while the F only has the longer bed with regular and crew cab options. And while the towing numbers might be the same, the F has a greater hauling capacity thanks to its build and width.

What&#;s the difference between a F and F?

Conventional Towing Capacity: The F Chassis Cab can tow up to 17, pounds conventionally, while the F can tow up to 18, pounds with a standard hitch. With the liter diesel engine, you can tow a trailer weight of up to 24, pounds with either model.

How much can a f haul?

F/F tractor models are ready to haul your heaviest loads – delivering a Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of up to 50, lbs., and a rear axle rating of up to 26, lbs.

What ton is a Ford f?

The Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra , Ford F, and Ram are known as &#;one ton&#; pickups. Similar schemes exist for vans and SUVs (e.g. a 1-ton Dodge Van or a 1⁄2-ton GMC Suburban), medium duty trucks (e.g. the 1 1⁄2-ton Ford F) and some military vehicles, like the ubiquitous deuce-and-a-half.

How much does a Ford cost?

Ford Super Duty F base price starts at $40, to $58, MSRP and invoice price goes from $38, to $55,&#;.Price.

LARIATLARIAT 2WD SuperCab &#; WB 60&#; CA$49,$52,
XLXL 2WD SuperCab &#; WB 84&#; CA$41,$43,

What causes f death wobble?

Ford Motor Company), says the death wobble is caused by a defect linked to abnormal wear or loosening of the track bar bushing, damper bracket, ball joints, control arms, shocks or struts. This often results in Ford failing to honor the truck&#;s warranty through no fault of the owner.

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Ford Super Duty F Specifications

Crew Cab " Platinum Edition 4WD

Crew Cab " Lariat

Crew Cab " Lariat 4WD

Crew Cab " Platinum Edition 4WD

Crew Cab " XL

Crew Cab " XL 4WD

Crew Cab " XLT

Crew Cab " XLT 4WD

Crew Cab " Lariat

Crew Cab " Lariat 4WD

Crew Cab " XL

Crew Cab " XL 4WD

Crew Cab " XLT

Crew Cab " XLT 4WD

Reg Cab " XL

Reg Cab " XL 4WD

Reg Cab " XLT

Reg Cab " XLT 4WD

Supercab " Lariat

Supercab " Lariat 4WD

Supercab " XL

Supercab " XL 4WD

Supercab " XLT

Supercab " XLT 4WD

Supercab " Lariat

Supercab " Lariat 4WD

Supercab " XL

Supercab " XL 4WD

Supercab " XLT

Supercab " XLT 4WD

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Ford Super Duty

Heavy-duty line of pickup trucks by Ford

For the – Ford V8 engine family, see Ford Super Duty engine. For the medium-duty Ford (F/F), see Ford F-Series (medium duty truck).

Motor vehicle

The Ford Super Duty (short for F-Series Super Duty) is a series of trucks manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. Introduced in for the model year (the model year was skipped), the F-Series Super Duty trucks marked the addition of a heavy-duty pickup to the Ford F-Series range with the new versions of the F, F, and F trucks, while the previous – F-Super Duty chassis cabs were replaced by the F chassis cab and F Super Duty.

The Super Duty trucks use a distinct chassis from the lighter F, with heavier-duty chassis and suspension components to allow for higher payload and towing capacities; additionally, the product line continued the use of Ford PowerStroke diesel engines. With a GVWR over 8,&#;lb (3,&#;kg), Super Duty pickups are class 2 and 3 trucks, while chassis cab trucks are class 4 and class 5. The F-Series Super Duty has been used as the base chassis of the Ford Excursion full-sized SUV.

Ford F to F Super Duty trucks are assembled at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky, while medium-duty F and Fs are assembled at Ohio Assembly in Avon Lake, Ohio (prior to , medium-duty trucks were assembled in the Blue Diamond Truck joint venture with Navistar in Mexico). As of , the Ford Super Duty is sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela (F and F), Suriname, Brazil (F/F), Argentina (F only), Angola (F and F), Cambodia, the Middle East, and Iceland (F only) in left-hand drive (LHD) only. In Suriname, though traffic is on the left side of the road, the import and registry of LHD vehicles is allowed. In Australia, it was officially imported in right-hand drive from Brazil from to , but as of , Ford no longer offers the Super Duty in Australia.


Previous use of name[edit]

In , Ford introduced the Super Duty family of V8 engines. Built specifically for trucks, the , , and cubic-inch gasoline V8s were the largest-block V8 engines ever built by Ford Motor Company (other than the cu in GAA, developed for the US Army as a tank powerplant; this, however, was a "cut-down" V, with a 60° V-angle, and was not originally designed as a V8), and were the largest mass-produced gasoline V8 engines in the world. To showcase the engine launch, the "Big Job" conventional truck variants of the F-Series were rebranded as Super Duty,[2] a name added to other Ford trucks, as well. Alongside the Ford C-Series and H-Series cabovers, the N-Series conventional adopted the Super Duty name.[3] Although its poor fuel economy proved uncompetitive against diesel engines, the durability of the Super Duty kept it in production into

In , Ford revitalized the name as a Class 4 truck badged as "F-Super Duty", Manufactured as a chassis cab with the frame open for a bed to suit its future application, these trucks would be equipped with the liter gasoline engine or a liter IDI diesel engine. The weight and class of these trucks made them the heaviest trucks in the F-Series line at the time.

F-Series change[edit]

Following the redesign of the Ford F, the Ford F-Series began a transition in its layout. In response to the changing demographics of pickup truck purchases during the s and s, Ford shifted the design of the F separate from the larger F and F (which remained in production). While still a full-sized pickup under the skin, to expand its appeal among consumers, the F adopted carlike aerodynamics and convenience features. To market a truck that appealed towards commercial buyers, fleet buyers and users who tow, Ford sought to create a separate, dedicated heavy-duty truck platform (in place of using one chassis for all of its trucks). By expanding into two separate but related platforms for F-Series trucks, the inevitable compromises inherent in offering a wide range of load-carrying capacities were avoided. The FHD and F lasted into the model year (alongside a separate / F light duty based upon the F).

First generation (–)[edit]

Motor vehicle

First generation (PHN)
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Ford F DRW Crew Cab

  • F
  • F
  • F
  • F
  • F (Brazil)
ProductionJanuary – (USA)

– (Brazil)
Model&#;years– (USA)
– (Brazil)
DesignerAndrew Jacobson ()
Moray Callum ()[4]
  • Gasoline:
  • L Essex V6 engine (Brazil, F only)
  • L TritonV8
  • L TritonV10
  • Diesel:
  • L Powerstroke V8
  • L Powerstroke V8
  • L MWM-International Sprint TCA straight-6 turbodiesel (Brazil, F only, also featured in some RHD versions exported to Australia, South Africa, United Kingdom, etc.)
  • L Cummins B-series (Brazil)
  • L Cummins ISF (Brazil, F/F since )
  • 5-speed manual
  • 6-speed ZF Sl manual
  • 4-speed 4R automatic
  • 5-speed 5RW automatic
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm)
Length &#;in (5,&#;mm) (Regular Cab, Long Bed)
&#;in (5,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Short Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Long Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Short Bed)
– &#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Long Bed)
– &#;in (6,&#;mm)
– &#;in (6,&#;mm)
  • SRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
  • DRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
Height–&#;in (1,–2,&#;mm)
– Ford F SuperCab

Beginning production in early for the model (the model year was skipped), the Ford F-Series Super Duty consisted of the F pickup truck, F pickup truck and chassis cab, and introduced the F and F chassis cab trucks (see below). The Super Duty trucks were produced with three cab configurations - two-door standard cab, 2+2 door SuperCab, and four-door crew cab. The SuperCab configuration of the Super Duty marked the introduction of two standard rear-hinged doors on the extended cab, a feature also adopted by the F and Ranger/Mazda B-Series for The standard-cab pickup was produced with an 8-foot bed; SuperCab and crew cabs were produced with a 6 3/4-foot bed, with an 8-foot bed optional. Chassis cab models came with more and different bed length and wheelbase options, but with the same cabs. Two-wheel drive was standard, with four-wheel drive as an option; on F pickup trucks, a dual rear-wheel axle was optional with either drive configuration.

Styled by Andrew Jacobson (designer of the Ford F) and Moray Callum,[5] aside from taillamp lenses and the tailgate, the Super Duty F-Series trucks share no visible exterior parts with the Ford F Under the skin, only the base-equipment &#;L V8 and 4R transmission are shared. While sharing the similar aerodynamic cab design of its smaller counterpart, the exteriors of the Super Duty trucks are much different forward of the windshield. While an influence often compared to the – Dodge Ram, the Super Duty also derives elements of styling from much larger Ford trucks, including the Ford LTL and Aeromax, with a raised hoodline, large grille, and low fenders. A feature drawn from redesign of the Louisville/Aeromax was in the design of the side window openings; the front portion is lowered, allowing for increased side visibility (as well as larger sideview mirrors). To improve aerodynamics over metal-framed mirrors, manual-telescoping trailer-tow mirrors were available as an option. As an industry first, two large, complete, ring-style front tow hooks were included. A minor update occurred in the model year, which received a new instrument cluster with a digital odometer.


– Ford F King Ranch crew cab

For the model year, the Ford Super Duty trucks were given exterior and interior updates. For the exterior, a new grille, front bumper, and headlights were introduced alongside the introduction of a locking tailgate for all pickup trucks. Under the skin (with thicker frame rails), updated Triton gasoline engines were introduced with higher engine output and larger alternators; in response to the increased power, all trucks were given four-wheel disc brakes (with two-piston calipers). To accommodate the larger brakes, inch wheels became standard, with inch wheels optional (on single rear-wheel trucks); forged Alcoa wheels were an option. The long-running Twin I-Beam front suspension continued on two-wheel drive trucks.

To the interior, several changes were made to improve functionality for end users. Along with the addition of a driver-side glove compartment, the truck added the option of dashboard-mounted auxiliary switches (for owners who fit equipment such as snowplows, winches, and auxiliary lights); these are switches that were typically user designed. For users who tow, a new option was Ford TowCommand, a trailer brake controller built into the dashboard, allowing it to integrate with the ABS system and engine computer from the factory.

Mechanical details[edit]

During its production, the first-generation Ford F-Series Super Duty was sold with two gasoline and two diesel engine options.

Gasoline engines[edit]

Replacing the overhead-valve engines used in previous F-Series models, for the Super Duty, Ford transitioned to the Triton overhead-cam engine family (truck versions of the Ford Modular engines).

At its launch, the standard engine in the Super Duty was a Triton V8. Producing &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque, the SOHC valve V8 was shared with the F and Ford E-Series. During , the engine was retuned to &#;hp. In , the cylinder heads were redesigned to three-valve design, converting it to a valve V8 with variable camshaft timing (VCT); output was increased to &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque.

As a replacement for the long-running &#;L/ V8, for the Super Duty, Ford introduced a Triton V A SOHC valve engine, the V10 produced &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque. In , the V10 also received three-valve non-VCT cylinder heads, increasing its output to &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque.

Both the V8 and V10 Triton engines are designed with a fail-safe cooling system to protect the engine in case of major coolant loss. If the engine overheats, the engine will continue to operate on half of its cylinders. Alternating back and forth between each set of four (or five) pistons, the set that is not receiving fuel and ignition is operating to pump air through the engine to lower its temperature. Although engine output is limited, dependent on upon vehicle load, outside temperature, and current road conditions, the system is designed to allow the vehicle to travel a short distance to receive service or to reach a repair facility.

ModelYearsTypePower, torque
Triton SOHC V8&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8

&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)

&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8

&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)

&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8

&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)

Triton SOHC V10&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V10&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V10&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)

Diesel engines[edit]

Available in both F and F pickup trucks, as well as F and F chassis cabs, the F-Series was sold with optional PowerStroke V8 diesel engines produced under its joint venture with Navistar International.

At its launch, the Super Duty F-Series was sold with the &#;L Power Stroke V8. Initially producing &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque, the engine was retuned in Versions equipped with an automatic transmission produced &#;hp, while manual-transmission examples produced &#;hp; with either transmission, the engine produced &#;lb-ft of torque. As the &#;L V8 was no longer able to comply with noise regulations for diesel engines, it was discontinued midway through the model year.

As a running change during the model year, the &#;L PowerStroke V8 was introduced as the replacement for the previous &#;L V8 in LHD markets supplied with the American-assembled trucks, while RHD ones supplied from Brazil kept the &#;L until As before, the engine continued to be produced by Navistar. A valve pushrod engine, the &#;L V8 featured a single variable-vane turbocharger. While a smaller-displacement engine than its predecessor, its output is higher than the &#;L, providing &#;hp/&#;lb-ft of torque (in , the torque increased to &#;lb-ft). Due to problems with the head bolts Navistar re-designed the engine with reinforced heads, more torque and power, releasing the new design in – As with its predecessor, the &#;L ended its production run due to tighter emissions requirements, replaced as part of the Super Duty redesign for the model year.

The &#;L PowerStroke was the target of a class-action lawsuit, alleging the engines were defective. Ford settled the lawsuit with owners and former owners of &#;L diesel-equipped Super Duty trucks and E-Series vans in , by reimbursing them for the cost of repairs to the exhaust gas recirculation system, fuel injectors, and turbocharger, which were common failure points.[6]

ModelYearsTypePower, torque at rpm
&#;L PowerStroke
(International TE)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve turbocharged Diesel V8 &#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 1,
(automatic): &#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 1,
(manual): &#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 1,
&#;L PowerStroke
(International VT)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve turbocharged Diesel V8 &#;hp (&#;kW) at 3,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 2,
&#;hp (&#;kW) at 3,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 2,


Four transmissions were available. Several configurations of the ZF5 five-speed manual transmission were offered: Small block pattern, big block pattern, and diesel. Close-ratio and wide-ratio gearings were available, as well as 4WD and 2WD configurations with the exception of integrated driveshaft brake 2WD versions using the 4x4 style transmission. Earlier s versions were rated to Nm (&#;ft-lb) of torque, while later s versions were rated to Nm (&#;ft-lb). ZF six-speed manual for diesel engines. An optional 4R four-speed automatic was available for either the gas or diesel engines, later being replaced with the TorqShift five-speed automatic. The five-speed automatics are rated at exactly (&#;ft-lb), enabling higher towing capacity than trucks with the standard five- or six-speed manual transmission. The six-speed manual transmission used an integrated PTO.

Torqshift 5R[edit]

The Torqshift five-speed 5R automatic transmission replaced the four-speed in the model year diesel trucks to compete with the Allison series from General Motors; it was paired with the new &#;L diesel engine. The TorqShift design, in fact, has six forward ratios, but only five are advertised, with the 'hidden' gear only used in extreme cold weather. The TorqShift first to fifth gear ratios are , , , , and It also uses an alternate fourth gear, overdrive on second gear of the three-speed automatic component ( x ), that is that is used under cold start conditions to aid engine and transmission warm up. On the TorqShift; once the Tow/Haul mode is activated, it can help increase a driver's control when towing large loads up and down steep grades and automatically minimizes shifts and maximizes available torque. Upon descent, the Tow/Haul mode uses engine braking to help extend brake life and improve driver control. An adaptive shift function monitors the TorqShift's performance over its lifetime, and adjusts shift pressures in real time to assure consistent shift feel and compensate for wear. For ease of maintenance, the TorqShift's oil filter is an easily serviced, cartridge design that was usually mounted on the passenger side behind the front bumper. Also the TorqShift's larger fluid lines and a larger transmission oil cooler help to assure cooler operating temperatures, even under the most demanding conditions. This was Ford's first automatic transmission to feature a power take-off (PTO). The transmission can be equipped with an integrated PTO provision (which automatically locks the torque converter providing power to the PTO gear when the operator turns on the PTO switch).[7]

Transfer case and 4x4[edit]

On 4WD models, a choice was available of either a manual, chain-driven transfer case floor shifter with manual front locking hubs or electronic shift-on-the-fly (a $ option over the manual) dash knob with vacuum-activated automatic, and (in case of failure) manual override front hubs. The optional FX4 models are basically a standard 4WD with an Off Road package that includes upgraded heavy duty Rancho shocks, added skid plates for the fuel tank and transfer case, and two "FX4" decals on both back bed sides instead of the standard "4x4". For all 4WD models, the two-speed transfer case 4x4-LOW range has a gear reduction of Brazilian and Venezuelan versions had only the ESOF transfer case.

Ford Super Duty transmissions
Ford 4R 4-speed automatic
Ford 5R (TorqShift) 5-speed automatic
Ford 5-speed manual
ZF S 6-speed manual


For the first-generation Super Duty range, Ford used several different suspension configurations, depending on the model of truck. All pickup models have heavy-duty 3-inch-wide leaf springs and staggered shock absorbers. A standard stabilizer bar is included on dual rear-wheel models and an option on single rear-wheel versions. An optional slide-in camper certification package with heavier-duty springs was available on single rear-wheel models. All versions of the Super Duty trucks came equipped with four-wheel disc brakes.

On 2WD F and F pickups, the Twin I-Beam independent front suspension with coil springs was used; their 4WD counterparts were equipped with solid front axle (Dana 50 and Dana 60) with leaf springs. In , the front suspension was updated as 4WD trucks were converted to front coil springs; to reduce unsprung weight, the mounting of the front sway bar was changed to the frame instead of the front axle. The manual locking hubs on Super Duty trucks are made by Warn.[8]

The F and F single-rear wheel versions were fitted with a inch (&#;mm) Sterling axle spline axle with choices of conventional or limited-slip differentials; initially developed for previous-generation Ford trucks, it was strengthened for use in the Super Duty. In dual-rear wheel Fs, the rear axle was a Dana

On F and F chassis cab trucks, the Dana 60 front axle was replaced with a Dana Super 60 in ; and F pickups used Dana S rear axles, while F pickups used Dana 80 axles. All F chassis cabs used a Dana S , while Fs used a Dana from to and an S from on.

F solid axle[edit]

The Dana 50 axle featured on most F Super Duty trucks differs greatly from the early models. The Dana 50 started out as a Twin Traction Beam axle (much like independent suspension) in , and lasted to models. The Super Duty models then used a solid axle version of this axle. The ring, pinion, carrier, and U joints all remained the same, however. The Dana 50 was phased out of the trucks in , in favor of the Dana 60, and was last used in the Ford Excursion.

Ford Super Duty

  • Ford F DRW standard cab

  • Ford F crew cab (pickup conversion)

  • – Ford F box truck

Trim levels[edit]

Throughout its production run, the first-generation Ford F-Series Super Duty was offered in three main trim levels:

The base XL was the "work truck" trim level of the F-Series Super Duty. Its standard features included a manual transmission, an AM/FM stereo with two front door-mounted speakers, a heater and blower, vinyl-trimmed seating surfaces with bench seats, steel wheels with black center hubs, black front and rear bumpers, a black "egg-crate" front grille, and manual windows and door locks. Optional features that were offered on this trim level included cloth-trimmed seating surfaces or vinyl-and-cloth-trimmed seating surfaces, power windows and door locks, an AM/FM stereo with cassette player (later, a single-disc CD player instead of a cassette player) and four speakers, chrome front and rear bumpers as part of an XL Decor Group, an automatic transmission, and air conditioning.

The midrange XLT was the most popular trim level of the F-Series Super Duty. It added these features to the base XL trim level: an AM/FM stereo with cassette player (later, a single-disc CD player instead of a cassette player) and four speakers, cloth-trimmed seating surfaces, bright center wheel hubs, chrome front and rear bumpers, a chrome "egg-crate" front grille with black inserts, power windows and door locks, and air conditioning. Optional features that were offered on this trim level included aluminum wheels, keyless entry (later, this option became standard equipment on this trim level), an AM/FM stereo with both a cassette player and a single-disc CD player (later, a six-disc, in-dash CD changer), an automatic transmission, and a power-adjustable front driver's bench seat.

The top-of-the-line Lariat was the most luxurious trim level of the F-Series Super Duty. It added these features to the mid-range XLT trim level: an AM/FM stereo with both a cassette player and a single-disc CD player (later, a six-disc, in-dash CD changer), leather-trimmed seating surfaces, chrome-clad (later aluminum) wheels and center wheel hubs, keyless entry, a security system, electronic climate controls, a power front bench seat with fold-down center armrest, wood interior trim panels, and a chrome front grille with chrome inserts. Available options included two-tone exterior paint, color-keyed grille insert as well as front & rear bumpers, bucket seats replacing the bench seat, heated front seats, and an automatic transmission (which later became standard on this trim level).

Special Editions[edit]

There were multiple special edition Super Duty models that were offered.

For , a special Centennial Edition Super Duty Crew Cab was offered to celebrate the th anniversary of Ford Motor Company. The truck could be ordered only as a Crew Cab, but a choice of bed lengths, dual or single rear ends and gasoline or diesel engines were available. The Centennial Edition offered as standard equipment: monochromatic black clearcoat exterior, premium Verona-grain Imola leather seating finished in two-tone parchment, Special Centennial Edition badging, and a commemorative keychain and wristwatch. The Centennial Edition also came with special leather-bound owners manual with the embossed signatures of Henry Ford, Edsel Ford, Henry Ford II, and William Clay Ford, Jr.[9]

Ford offered a special Harley-Davidson Super Duty truck from to Available only on single rear wheel models, the Harley package could be had as either SuperCab or Crew Cab and customers could choose either V10 gas or &#;L PowerStroke turbodiesel power. Based upon the Lariat trim, Harleys had a unique black leather interior, with the Bar and Shield logo adorning the front and rear captains chairs (SuperCab models had a rear bench). Heated seats, a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, power-adjustable pedals, and power-adjustable heated mirrors round out the standard equipment. Unique spun-metal gauge faceplates, embroidered carpeted floor mats, and a leather-wrapped console lid with individually serial numbered badging round out unique interior appointments. The Harleys could be had with three unique paint schemes, Competition Orange/Black Clearcoat two-tone, Dark Shadow Gray/Black Clearcoat two-tone, or a Black Clearcoat solid paint job. Unique pinstriping was found on all three color options.

In , Ford began to offer its King Ranch trim package to the F and F SuperDuty trucks. This included rich Castaño leather seats, steering wheel audio and climate controls, front heated seats, inch aluminum wheels (single) or inch wheels (dual), and an improved instrument panel.

Changes to the Harley package in corresponded to the refresh of the F and F Super Duty models. No longer could one order a SuperCab Harley-Davidson, and the &#;L V8 was added as the base engine for the package. New unique black-trimmed headlights, billet-style grille, and inch wheels were made standard. Gone were the two-tone paint jobs, but optional was painted ghost flames; models could be had in two color options, Black or True Blue Metallic. The interior stayed largely the same, with luxurious black leather captains chairs in the front and rear and Harley Bar and Shield badging galore, but the truck got the same interior updates as other '05 Super Dutys.


To bridge the gap between the pickup line and the much larger medium-duty F/F, Ford introduced the F and F variants of the Super Duty; with an available GVWR from 17, to 19,&#;lb, it pushes the Super Duty into the Class 5 truck market. Available only as a chassis cab, both versions were fitted with dual rear wheels.

While largely aimed at fleet buyers, F and F models were configurable in XL, XLT, and Lariat trim levels available to Super Duty pickup buyers. The sole gasoline engine was the &#;L V10, while the &#;L PowerStroke was the diesel option; in , this was replaced by the &#;L PowerStroke.

In , the F and F received further updates to the exterior than the rest of the Super Duty line, with an extended front bumper and front fenders; the F received a "wide-track" front axle to sharpen its turning radius.


The Ford F Super Duty first generation was also assembled in Venezuela as a commercial small truck from to For this market, the F featured the &#;L V8 Triton engine, a five-speed manual transmission, and a choice of 4WD or 2WD.

Ford Super Duty trucks were built in Brazil, with different engines from their North American counterparts and fewer options, initially between and , with a limited reintroduction of the F in The dual-rear wheel variant of the F is known locally as F They were widely exported to Australia (F and F), South Africa (F), and Argentina (F, rebadged as F, and the F DRW rebadged as F), usually following the Brazilian specification (with an obvious change of the cockpit location in the versions targeted to Australia, South Africa, and other RHD markets), but Australia had a wider range of options in pair with its American counterparts, including automatic transmission and the V8 engines.[10] The SuperCab was never officially available in Brazil and regional export markets (Uruguay and Argentina), but was made in RHD for export to Australia. South Africa had only the MWM engine and five-speed manual transmission, with the option of 2WD and 4WD for the single cab, while the crew cab had 4WD as standard.

Second generation (–)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Second generation (P)
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ProductionDecember 18, –February [11]
DesignerPat Schiavone ()[12]
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (3,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (5,&#;mm) (Regular Cab, Long Bed)
  • &#;in (5,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Short Bed)
  • &#;in (6,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Long Bed)
  • &#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Short Bed)
  • &#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Long Bed)
  • &#;in (6,&#;mm) (F, F SuperCab)
  • &#;in (6,&#;mm) (F, F Regular Cab)
  • &#;in (7,&#;mm) (F, F Crew Cab)
  • &#;in (7,&#;mm) (F, F Regular Cab)
  • SRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
  • DRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
Height76–81&#;in (1,–2,&#;mm)

The second-generation Super Duty was supposed to debut for model year , but quality issues pushed it back to the model year. It features an all-new &#;L, cu inPowerStroke diesel V8 with piezo fuel injectors and sequential turbos to replace the &#;L PowerStroke single-turbo diesel V8. The new engine produces &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) of torque.[13] The vehicle had its first official showing at the Texas State Fair in Ford started taking orders in January The first F pickup sold to the public, was delivered to Randy Whipple of Muskegon, Michigan, in February

Located near the same dash area as the last generation (but slightly to the right and more directly below the radio), this generation of Super Dutymodels has the same Ford TowCommand trailer brake controller and four AUX Upfitter switches as the last generation set-up.

An optional concealed slide-out step and swing-up hand grab bar were added to the rear tailgate for easy access.

Ford introduced its all new optional "Rapid-Heat Supplemental Cab Heater", only available on Super Duty trucks with the diesel engine and TorqShift automatic transmission. In the winter, it quickly raises the cabin temperature to a comfortable level until the engine is warm enough to handle the job.

The interior of the Super Duty was completely redesigned, with a new instrument cluster (with an enhanced message center), as well as new steering wheel, center dash bezel, interior door panels, and seat trim. Sirius Satellite Radio, a &#;mm auxiliary audio input jack (for all models equipped with a CD player or CD changer), a new "premium" audio system with an external amplifier and subwoofer, and a GPSnavigation system radio with a touchscreen display were all new features. In , the Ford SYNC entertainment system became available on select trim levels, adding Bluetooth hands-free calling and wireless stereo audio streaming via A2DP and a USB port for the first time on the Super Duty.


This seond generation of Super Duty trucks includes the F Super Duty (starting at $22,), F Super Duty (starting at $24,), and the all new F Super Duty (starting at $39,). The F and F Super Duty basically has the same payload and towing specifications as the last generation.

The model lineup for the F and F Super Duty is the XL (starting at $25,), XLT (starting at $28,), Lariat (starting at $36,), Cabela's (starting at $42,), King Ranch (starting at $42,), and Harley-Davidson (starting at $56,).

The model lineup for the F Super Duty is the XL (starting at $44,), XLT (starting at $49,), Lariat (starting at $52,), King Ranch (starting at $56,), and the Harley-Davidson (starting at $62,)

The FX4 model, which was once just an optional Off Road 4x4 package that could be added to any model in the lineup, is replaced by the 4x4 Off Road Package. The FX4 became a model of its own. It still had the same specs as the previous generation but with more of a sporty trim package. The FX4 model has been discontinued for the model year and has been reverted to an optional Off Road 4X4 package.

  • XL - Included: Vinyl upholstery, L Triton V8, 17" steel wheels with all-season tires, rear folding bench seat (XL Crew Cab), an AM/FM stereo with digital clock and 2 speakers, black vinyl floor covering, visors, sealed-beam halogen lamps, manual windows, manual locks, and manual side-view mirrors.
  • XLT - Added: 18" steel wheels, cloth upholstery, lumbar support, power locks, power mirrors, power windows with automatic driver's side window, air conditioning, an AM/FM stereo with a single-CD player with MP3 capability, an auxiliary input jack, a digital clock and four speakers, cruise control, color coordinated carpet floor covering, tilt steering wheel, and dual-beam headlamps.
  • FX4 () - Added: 17" forged aluminum wheels with all-terrain tires, automatic headlamps, illuminated entry, keyless entry with driver door keypad, securi-lock anti theft ignition, a security alarm, FX4 cloth upholstery, black all-weather floor mats, metallic faced cluster with chrome faced gauges, overhead console with sunglasses storage, and a black-leather wrapped steering wheel.
  • Lariat- Added: Power driver and passenger seats, leather upholstery, automatic air conditioning, enhanced message center with distance to empty and compass, color-coordinated leather wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, visors with illuminated mirrors, and woodgrain style accents for the dash, and later, Ford SYNC.

Special Editions[edit]

For , Ford and Harley-Davidson once again joined forces to bring out a new special edition Super Duty. The Harley-Davidson package was available on both F and F Crew Cab SRW models. A gasoline engine was no longer offered with the package, instead, a &#;L Power Stroke turbo diesel was standard. Unique black and dusted copper two-tone leather captains chairs with bar and shield logo, leather-trimmed center console, unique gauge cluster, and embroidered carpeted floor mats rounded out interior features. 20" wheels, billet-style grille, blacked out headlights, illuminated cab steps, power folding body-color Powerscope mirrors, rubber bed mat with Harley-Davidson logo and special badging were the exterior highlights. The truck could be ordered with two unique exterior themes, a black monochromatic look with bodyside graphics or a black and vintage copper two-tone with chrome dimensional boxside Harley-Davidson lettering. An Audiophile premium 8-speaker stereo with subwoofer was standard, while a DVD-based navigation system was optional. Rear seat DVD entertainment system with 8" screen was also optional, but could not be ordered with the power moonroof.

Also in , a 60th anniversary package was available to celebrate 60 years of the F-Series brand, featuring two-tone paint, additional chrome trim, and special badging. 2, were to be built. It was only made in the XLT trim.[14]

The Harley-Davidson package returned for with some changes. For the first time, the Harley-Davidson package was offered on the F DRW pickup. The interior was trimmed in all black leather, instead of the two-tone for New colors were offered, Black with flame tape stripes, Black with Vista Blue painted flames or Dark Blue Pearl with Vista Blue painted flames. Ford's ToughBed spray on bedliner and a rearview camera were made options.

For , only minor changes were made. Dark Blue Pearl was deleted from the color options in favor of Black with Tuxedo Black painted flames and the rearview camera was made standard. was the final year Ford offered a Harley edition Super Duty.

A special Cabela's edition was available in the Crew Cab FX4 configuration. This version included a basic package and a luxury package. The basic package includes cloth captain's chairs, wood trim on center stack, all-weather floor mats, front and rear locking firearm storage, and an AM/FM radio. The luxury package includes everything in the basic package but includes leather seats and a navigation based radio. In addition both versions feature special badging and two-tone paint options.


The same two gas engines are carried over and rated exactly the same from the 2nd generation. The 3-valve 5,&#;cc (&#;L; &#;cu&#;in) V8 SOHC is standard. The 3-valve 6,&#;cc (&#;L; &#;cu&#;in) V10 SOHC was still a $ option over the L V8. The 4-valve Navistar L ( cc, cu in)V8 OHV Power Stroke diesel engine was the diesel engine option and was a $6, option over the 5,&#;cc (&#;L; &#;cu&#;in) V8.

ModelYearsTypePower, torque
Triton SOHC V8&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)
Triton SOHC V10&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V10&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)
ModelYearsTypePower, torque at rpm
L PowerStroke
(International MaxxForce 7)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve sequential-turbocharged Diesel V8&#;hp (&#;kW) at 3,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 2,

F pickup[edit]

Some unique points to highlight of the , & F with a regular production pickup bed, which was only offered as a chassis cab before. It has 2 available axle ratios of and The F Super Duty with the optional 'High Capacity Trailer Tow Package' increases the GCWR from 26, to 33,&#;lb (15,&#;kg). Maximum payload is 6,&#;lb (2,&#;kg). Maximum towing is 24,&#;lb (11,&#;kg) ( axle ratio) / 20,&#;lb (9,&#;kg) ( axle ratio). It comes standard with Crew Cab, 8-foot (&#;m) long bed, DRW (Dual Rear Wheels), Limited Slip rear axle, lug inch (&#;mm) Forged wheels made by Alcoa, Trailer Tow package, and the TowCommand TBC (Trailer Brake Controller). The only engine offered in the F Super Duty is the &#;L V8 Power Stroke Sequential turbo diesel. The F is equipped with a standard 6-speed manual or optional 5-speed TorqShift automatic transmission.

  • Ford F Super Duty Harley-Davidson crew cab

Third generation (–)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Third generation (P)
Ford Super Duty Pickup Truck.jpg
ProductionFebruary –June
AssemblyLouisville, Kentucky, United States
Escobedo, Nuevo León, Mexico
Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela
DesignerEd Golden ()[15]
  • 5-speed manual (Mexico and Venezuela only at F)
  • 6-speed 6Rautomatic with and without PTO
Wheelbase&#;in (3,&#;mm)
&#;in (3,&#;mm)
&#;in (4,&#;mm)
&#;in (3,&#;mm)
&#;in (4,&#;mm)
Length&#;in (5,&#;mm) (Regular Cab, Long Bed)
&#;in (5,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Short Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (Ext Cab, Long Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Short Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (Crew Cab, Long Bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (F, F SuperCab)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (F, F Regular Cab)
&#;in (7,&#;mm) (F, F Crew Cab)
&#;in (7,&#;mm) (F, F Regular Cab)
  • SRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
  • DRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
Height76–81&#;in (1,–2,&#;mm)

The Super Duty line received a large exterior upgrade that includes a new, bigger front fascia. Its engines were also upgraded to better compete with the new Silverado HD and Ram HD. Ford stated in the Chicago Auto Show that the trucks have the thickest gauge steel frame of any Heavy Duty truck, this was due to frame being the same design that debuted in The Ford F-Series Super Duty was awarded Truckin's "Topline Pulling Power" award for It also won Popular Mechanics best workhorse of , and the best "Gear of the Year" in the trucks category.

The F is able to tow 24, pounds (11,&#;kg) and has a maximum payload of 4, pounds (2,&#;kg). The F has a maximum 21, pounds (9,&#;kg) of towing capacity and 3,–4, pounds (1,–2,&#;kg) of payload depending on configuration.[16] Each engine is mated to a 6R heavy-duty TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission.[17] The Ford F, the F and the F all come with trim levels including the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum.[18]

The 2nd generation Facelift of the Ford Super Duty Trucks are assembled at Ford's Kentucky Truck Plant, with additional production for other countries in Venezuela and Mexico. In Venezuela the F super duty is offered as a commercial use small truck cutaway featuring a L V8 gas engine with a 5-speed manual TREMEC transmission TR with a choice of 4x2 or 4x4 wheel drive. Since due to government regulations, the Venezuelan F Super Duty is factory equipped to use both natural gas and gasoline. The F super duty was also recently re-introduced in this market after ten years. It is being marketed using the same engine as the Venezuelan F, but only with a 6-speed automatic transmission, 4x2 or 4x4 wheel drive option in both single and double cab configurations.

A feature unique to the Super Duty is the addition of a locking differential. It is only available for the F and SRW F 4x4 models with a rear Sterling axle. It is a US$ option[19] The diesel F relies on vacuum-boost brakes, while the F relies on Hydro-boost. Both gas versions of the F and SRW F use vacuum-boost. F is a class 2 truck. While the F SRW, F DRW, & F pickup are class 3. The F and F (SRW & DRW) have &#;inch front brakes and &#;inch rear brakes. The F and F have inch vented disc brakes on the front and rear axles as an improvement made for these model years. The F pickup has &#;inch front brakes and &#;inch rear brakes. The F has a wider track than the F The F remains available in class 4 as a chassis cab truck.

The trucks were once under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for steering failures, but the investigation revealed the failures were driver error and had nothing to do with design.[20]

For the model year, the central bezel from the second-generation () Super Duty was kept, although features such as a full-color LCD instrument panel display screen and a Sony premium amplified audio system with subwoofer were now available. An auxiliary audio input jack now came standard on all Super Duty models, regardless of radio choice.

In , upper trim level Super Duties could be ordered with the new MyFord Touchinfotainment system with Ford SYNC, which included an eight-inch touchscreen display, a rear backup camera system, and HD Radio. The center bezel in these trucks was slightly redesigned to accommodate the new infotainment system, which was also paired with the Sony premium amplified audio system with subwoofer.


  • XL - Included: Vinyl upholstery, manual seats with cupholders and storage bin in front, manual locks, manual windows, 17" steel wheels (F/) or 17" aluminum wheels (F), trailer brake controller (DRW), manual air conditioning, black vinyl floor covering, malfunction message center, manual towing mirrors, and an AM/FM stereo with digital clock and 2 speakers.
  • XLT - Added: 17" aluminum wheels, trailer brake controller, accessory delay, power locks, power windows with automatic driver's side window, cruise control, MyKey owner controls, security alarm, tinted rear windows, keyless entry, heated mirrors with turn signals, and an AM/FM stereo with single-CD player with MP3 capability, an auxiliary input jack and 4 speakers.
  • Lariat - Added: leather upholstery, flow through center console with lockable storage, a &#;V power outlet, reverse parking aid, leather trimmed power front seats, air conditioning with auto temp control, auto-dimming rear view mirror, enhanced message center, a premium AM/FM stereo with single-CD player, MP3 capability, auxiliary input jack, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, steering wheel audio controls and 8 speakers with subwoofer, autolamp with rainlamp feature, fog lamps, power sliding rear window, power heated mirrors with spotlights and turn signals, SecuriLock entry keypad, body colored handles, and Ford SYNC.
  • King Ranch - Added: chaparral-leather trimmed seats, heated and cooled front seats, chaparral leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, memory driver's seat, pedals and mirrors, rear view camera, remote start, King Ranch logo on seats and floor, and body color mirrors.



The Ford Super Duty is available with either a gas or diesel engine. The gas option is an Ecapable &#;L 2-valve SOHC Ford Boss V8, which puts out horsepower (&#;kW) and pound-feet (&#;N⋅m) of torque under 10,&#;lb GVWR, &#;hp and &#;lb/ft of torque over 10, GVWR.[21] The diesel is the new &#;L Power Stroke V8, producing &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque.[22] The new engine is an entirely Ford product, unlike previous diesels, therefore reducing development costs and shipping delays. The liter V10 was dropped from the regular Super Duty models, however it is still an option with the F and F chassis cabs, mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission.

Shortly after the unveiling of the &#;L Power Stroke V8, GM unveiled the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra HD with Duramax liter turbodiesel V8, making &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) of torque. Ford quickly responded by boosting the output of the Power Stroke just months after its initial release, to horsepower (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) of torque. For customers who purchased a Super Duty with the original Power Stroke V8, Ford offered a free upgrade at dealerships to the new level of output.[23] Power and torque was increased to horsepower (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) of torque on models.

ModelYearsTypePower, torque
Boss SOHC V8&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)
Triton SOHC V10&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V10&#;hp (&#;kW), &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m)
ModelYearsTypePower, torque at rpm
L PowerStroke
(Ford Scorpion V8)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve turbocharged diesel V8Before August &#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 1,
&#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) at 1,
&#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,, &#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) at 1,


No manual transmission is available in the United States, but in Mexico and Venezuela the F is available with a 5 Speed Manual.[24] Automatic transmission features a manual mode. The diesel engine's transmission optionally features a PTO and is a "live-drive" unit. "Live-drive" meaning the PTO is directly connected to the engines crankshaft, whereas the GM's Allison transmission and Ram's Aisin use a torque converter or clutch (depending on being an automatic or manual, respectively).


Cooling system[edit]

On the L diesel engine only, there are 2 separate cooling systems:

  1. High-temperature system that runs at degrees to cool the engine.
  2. Low-temperature system with a degree coolant for the following;
  • fuel cooler
  • EGR system
  • transmission fluid
  • air-to-water inter-cooler

A belt-driven pump mounted low on the driver side circulates the high-temperature coolant, while a separate belt-driven pump mounted higher on the passenger side circulates the low-temperature coolant.

F pickup[edit]

The F pickup is available only in a single configuration; a crew cab with a dual rear-wheel 8-foot bed. The only powertrain combination is the &#;L Powerstroke turbodiesel V8 mated to the six-speed TorqShift automatic transmission (model year and greater trucks are mated with the ten-speed TorqShift automatic transmission). Trims include the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum.

  • Wheelbase: " (Crew cab, long bed)
  • Payload: &#;lbs (), &#;lbs (), &#;lbs (), 5,&#;lbs()
  • Towing capacity: 24,&#;lbs (), 24,&#;lbs (), 24,&#;lbs (), 31,&#;lbs()
  • Front GAWR: 5,&#;lbs
  • Rear GAWR: 9,&#;lbs
  • GVWR: 13,&#;lbs (), 13,&#;lbs (), 14,&#;lbs (), 14,&#;lbs()
  • GCWR: 33,&#;lbs, 40,&#;lbs()
  • Axle gear ratio:
  • 4x4 only. No two-wheel drive.
  • Alcoa forged wheels are the only available wheels.
    • LT/75R17 ()
    • MT/70R ()

Chassis cab[edit]

Chassis cab models were also updated using the new body style. Ford chassis cabs were still rated up to the industry maximum 19, pound Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The Gross Combined weight was increased by 2, pounds to 35,&#;lb maximum, 5, pounds greater than the nearest competitor.[25]

  • F 4x4 Single Cab Rollback Tow Truck

Fourth generation (–present)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Fourth Generation (P)
 Ford F 4WD, front right (NY).jpg

Ford F

ProductionJuly –present
  • 2-door regular cab pickup truck
  • 4-door extended cab pickup truck
  • 4-door crew cab pickup truck
PlatformFord T platform (T3)[26][27]
RelatedFord F (Thirteenth generation)
  • 5-speed manual (Mexico only for F chassis cab only)
  • 6-speed TorqShiftautomatic
  • speed TorqShift automatic
Wheelbase&#;in (3,&#;mm) (regular cab)
&#;in (3,&#;mm) (SuperCab, ' bed)
&#;in (4,&#;mm) (SuperCab, 8' bed)
&#;in (4,&#;mm) (crew cab, ' bed)
&#;in (4,&#;mm) (crew cab, 8' bed)
Length&#;in (5,&#;mm) (regular cab)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (SuperCab, ' bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (SuperCab, 8' bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (crew cab, ' bed)
&#;in (6,&#;mm) (crew cab, 8' bed)
  • SRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
  • DRW: &#;in (2,&#;mm)
Height–&#;in (1,–2,&#;mm)
F SuperCab Dually

On September 24, , Ford unveiled the Ford Super Duty line at the State Fair of Texas. This marks the first all-new Super Duty line since their debut, the frame is made from 95% high strength steel and the body (like the F) is made from series aluminum alloy, advertised as a high-strength military grade aluminum alloy.[29][30]

For the first time since , both the Super Duty and F lines are constructed using the same cab[29] to better compete with GM, Ram and Nissan's HD trucks. In a major departure, the stand-alone front grille and stepped front fenders seen since were eliminated from the exterior. The 2-bar grille introduced in was widened, integrating the headlights into its design.[29]

In a switch to an aluminum-intensive body similar to the F, Ford created a potential &#;lbs (&#;kg) of weight savings; in spite of the addition of heavier-duty frame and driveline components, the Super Duty weighs in at up to &#;lbs (&#;kg) less than comparable models. Ford strengthened the frame and drivetrain with fortified drive shafts, axles, brakes, towing hardware and the 4WD transfer case.[29] F and F pickups are built on a fully boxed frame; chassis cab models are produced on a frame boxed up to the rear of the cab and of open-C-channel design rearward.[29]

For production, the Super Duty line shares its powertrain lineup with its predecessor: a L gasoline V8, L V10 (F and above), with a L diesel V8 available in all versions. The L gasoline V8 engine remains at &#;hp but torque rises from &#;lb-ft to &#;lb-ft. Additionally, the gasoline V8 produces its max torque at over rpm less than the previous &#;lb-ft engine. The L diesel engine also remains at the same &#;hp (&#;kW) but torque increases from &#;lb-ft upwards to &#;lb-ft. The diesel engine now produces its peak torque at 1, rpm instead of the previous 1, rpm. The F receives a TorqShift-G six-speed automatic while all other Super Duty trucks are paired with the 6R 6-speed automatic.[29] Crew Cab models will have a gallon (l) tank for the foot bed and gallon fuel tank for the 8-foot bed.[31]

The interior design of the all-new Super Duty is similar to that of the Ford F, and shares many of the F's components.

Trim levels will continue to be XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum. The Limited trim would not debut for F and F until Cab configurations continue to be 2-Door Regular Cab, 4-Door Super Cab, and 4-Door Super Crew Cab (the F, in pickup truck configuration, is only available in this configuration), with Short Box (6' 9") and Long Box (8') bed lengths. The truck will be available in F, F, and F pickup truck models, and F, F, and F chassis cab models. All will be available in both 4X2 and 4X4 configurations. The F will be the only model available in either Single Rear Wheel (SRW) or Dual Rear Wheel (DRW) configurations, the F and F will only be available in a Dual Rear Wheel (DRW) configuration, and the F will only be available in a Single Rear Wheel configuration. Base prices in the U.S. range from $32, (F XL) to $77, (F Platinum).[32] Full pricing is available on the manufacturer's website.

The F was the first $, pickup truck, with the addition of the new Limited trim, which debuted on the Ford F[33]


ModelYearsTypePower at rpmtorque at rpm
Boss SOHC V8–present&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8&#;hp (&#;kW) at 5,&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 3,
Triton SOHC V10&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V10&#;hp (&#;kW) at 4,&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 3,
Godzilla OHV V8–present&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve V8&#;hp (&#;kW) at 5,&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) at 4,
ModelYearsTypePower at rpmtorque at rpm
L PowerStroke
(Ford Scorpion V8)
&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve turbocharged Diesel V8 &#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,
&#;hp (&#;kW) at 2,
&#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) at 1,
&#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m) at 1,
L PowerStroke
(Ford Scorpion V8)
–present&#;L (&#;cu&#;in) valve turbocharged Diesel V8&#;hp (&#;kW)1,&#;lb⋅ft (1,&#;N⋅m)

All engines will be paired with a "TorqShift" 6-speed automatic transmission, with the gasoline engines featuring 2 transmissions: 5-speed manual transmission (chassis cab F, Mexico-only), Ford's all-new "TorqShift-G" automatic transmission.

The Super Duty will be available in eleven exterior color options.

Safety recalls[edit]

On April 4, , all Ford F Super Duty trucks built between October 1, , to April 1, , were recalled due to the risk of improper and damaged rods in the parking brake and transmission allowing the truck to move while in park. This affected 52, trucks but no injuries or accidents were reported.[34]


The Super Duty debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in February.[35] It features a revised grille and tailgate design, new wheel options, and higher-quality interior materials for the Limited trim. A new liter gasoline engine is available. Nicknamed "Godzilla", it makes horsepower and lb-ft of torque. The liter Power Stroke engine has been strengthened, bumping output to horsepower and 1, lb-ft of torque. Ford's speed 10R TorqShift automatic transmission is now standard with the diesel and liter gasoline engines on the F and all engines on the F; the 6-speed is still available, but only in the F with the liter engine.

F Medium Duty[edit]

For , Ford reintroduced the F, a name that was last used in the late s on a medium-duty truck. Based on the F Super Duty, the F medium-duty features the body and cab of a traditional Super Duty chassis cab, but upgrades the chassis over and above the F, and offers no cab configurations besides single cab. The cab-to-axle options are retained. The F chassis upgrades include upsized U-joints, an alteration to the diesel exhaust system to accommodate dynamic clearances for the larger U-joint crosses, upgraded brakes, and wider wheels (19x" instead of 19x6") to support wider tires (mm instead of mm) for increased tire load capacity. The model is geared towards fleet buyers who require the GVWR capacity of the heavier F medium-duty, but prefer the size and maneuverability of the smaller F Super Duty. Available with either the L Ford Godzilla engine gasoline V8 or the L Powerstroke Turbodiesel V8 engine, and paired with the TorqShift speed automatic transmission and two-wheel-drive (4X2) or four-wheel-drive (4X4), the F Medium Duty went on sale in mid[36]

  • Front brakes: inches/ millimeter
  • Rear brakes: inches/ millimeter
  • Mid Fuel tank capacity: gallons
  • Rear tank: 40 gallons
  • GCWR: 30, lbs
  • GVWR: 22, lbs
  • Payload: 15, lbs
  • Hitch: 18, lbs
  • Front sway bar: 35mm { steel}
  • Rear sway bar: 31mm { steel} [37]

Tremor (Present)[edit]

F Super Duty XLT Tremor in Carbonized Gray (front)
F Super Duty XLT Tremor in Carbonized Gray (rear). Note the Single Exhaust tip for the l Godzilla V8

For , Ford reintroduced the Tremor name for the F and F Super Duty pickups. The nameplate was last used on the Ford F as a sport appearance package. As an off-road oriented version of the F and F Super Duty, the Tremor models will compete directly with the Ram Power Wagon, and feature a suspension lift and upgraded tires and wheels from the factory. The trucks also offer details not found on other Super Duty models, such as available blacked out accents on the front grille, wheels, side emblems, and side mirrors as well as 'Tremor' decals on the sides of the pickup box. Offered as a SuperCrew Cab model with a /4 foot pickup box, and with four-wheel-drive (4X4), the Tremor comes with the new L "Godzilla" gasoline V8 engine as standard, while the L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8 engine will be optional (the Ram Power Wagon only offers a gasoline V8 engine).

Off-road upgrades include inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac maximum-traction tires, a specially-tuned rear stabilizer bar, custom inch piston twin-tube dampers, a Dana limited-slip front differential, Electronic Locking Rear Differential, off-road running boards, large skid plates, and extended-axle vent tubes. The Super Duty Tremor Off-Road Package has a very high ground clearance of inches and a class-leading water fording of 33 inches. Also, the Super Duty Tremor Off-Road Package has the highest approach angle ( degrees) and departure angle ( degrees) of any Super Duty model ever built.

The new speed "TorqShift" automatic transmission features Selectable Drive Modes with settings for Deep Snow/Sand, Slippery, Eco, Tow/Haul, and Normal, as well as an exclusive Rock-Crawl mode. The Super Duty Tremor Off-Road Package also has a Trail Control feature, which is essentially cruise control for off-road driving. Crawl ratios are for gasoline-equipped models, while the ratio for diesel-equipped models is Another available feature for all Super Duty models (including the Tremor), is the Trailer Reverse Guidance System, which is similar to the Pro Trailer Backup Assist system in the Ford F, and allows for the driver to easily back their truck up to a trailer with little effort. The all-new Ford F and F Super Duty Tremor models went on sale in the Fall of [38]


Medium-duty trucks (F and F)[edit]

Ford F Super Duty

Main article: Ford F

In , Ford returned to the Class truck market as it expanded the Super Duty line into the medium-duty segment. They developed a joint venture with Navistar International known as Blue Diamond Trucks, the F and F Super Duty were assembled in Mexico. While the chassis and other components would be common to both manufacturers, Ford and International would each source their own bodywork and powertrain; the cab for the Ford trucks would be common with other Super Duty models.

For the model year, the medium-duty truck range was given a major upgrade, following the end of the joint venture and the shift of the production to the United States. In place of outsourced engines and transmissions, the F and F now use a L gasoline V10, a L PowerStroke diesel V8, and a 6-speed automatic transmission all supplied by Ford.

Sport-utility vehicles[edit]

From to , the F Super Duty served as a basis for the Ford Excursion sport-utility vehicle. Along with Chevrolet Suburban (and its Cadillac/GMC/Holden counterparts) and the International Harvester Travelall, the Ford Excursion was one of the longest non-limousine sport-utility vehicles ever sold.

The Excursion was available in three trim packages, XLT, Limited, and top-of-the-line Eddie Bauer. It was offered in two or four wheel drive, and with three engine options: the L V8, the L V10, or the Powerstroke V8 Turbodiesel. The Excursion was only available with an automatic transmission.

While the Excursion was sold mostly in North America and Mexico, a similar vehicle was sold in Brazil from to as a second-party conversion of the Ford F crew-cab (similar to the Centurion F-Series/Bronco conversions).

Armored vehicles[edit]

As a result of the heavy-duty frame and powertrain of its chassis, the Ford Super Duty has served as a donor platform for multiple types of armored vehicles, for civilian, law enforcement, and military use. Most versions are constructed using the Ford F chassis cab. Examples include the STREIT/KrAZ Spartan, Didgori-2, Lenco BearCat, Plasan Sand Cat, GAV Gurkha, APC Novator, Conquest Knight XV, and TAD Turangga.

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External links[edit]

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