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best truck ive had in a long time
by The Truckster from | September 2, 2010
5.8 very good motor truck power is good for what i need im a contractor and this truck gets me to where i need to go
by Ford truck man from Northern Minnesota | September 2, 2007
excellent value for the money, diesel engine has excellent power and economy, although parts are expensive. also dont like twin I-beam front end, very difficult to align right, more prone to tire wear. with 5 speed trans and 4.10 rear axle gets 19-20 mpg empty on the highway, 15-16 mpg pulling loaded trailer. cab noise on the highway is higher than most vehicles, but no obnoxious.
overall excellent multipurpose vehicle, good daily driver and can pull stumps if you need it to.