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Old 11-22-2018, 08:43 AM   #51
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I’m on my second 2017 f250, first was lariat then upgrades to the platinum. Both are great, I think these are by far the nicest trucks on the road. Lots of room and tons of torque. If you’re looking for something fuel efficient then look elsewhere. I average 15-16ish mixed driving. I’ve been a GM Guy for years but ford has them smoked in comfort, tech., etc. right now is a good time to buy. I drove 16 hours round trip to buy this left over 17 platinum new for 60k. Good luck with your decision, you will not be disappointed.
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Old 11-22-2018, 08:55 AM   #52
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Just got a 2019 XLT Premium yesterday. Been eyeing them for two years. Pumped about then truck and the deal I got. Now is a good time to buy!

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Old 11-22-2018, 11:47 AM   #53
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Iím on my second 2017 f250, first was lariat then upgrades to the platinum. Both are great, I think these are by far the nicest trucks on the road. Lots of room and tons of torque. If youíre looking for something fuel efficient then look elsewhere. I average 15-16ish mixed driving. Iíve been a GM Guy for years but ford has them smoked in comfort, tech., etc. right now is a good time to buy. I drove 16 hours round trip to buy this left over 17 platinum new for 60k. Good luck with your decision, you will not be disappointed.
Well Iím in a 15 Chevy 3500 drw and I can avg about 18 out on the highway 15 mixed and 12-13 in town so it can be any worse than that!
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Old 11-22-2018, 12:10 PM   #54
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It only gets 13-14mpg? Thought it would be better than that.
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Old 11-22-2018, 12:18 PM   #55
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We love our 2017 F250 platinum. Pulls the 38' Travel Trailer with ease. These new trucks ride and features are awesome. I still drive my 99 F350 to deer camp and dirty work duties. The 17 pulls the trailer much better than the 99 though. Best trucks on the road. We did drive a 17 chevy 2500 when shopping wife did not like it at all.
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Old 11-22-2018, 12:23 PM   #56
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I have a 2011 Ford F-250 and that sucker will tow. I run a 24 ft flat bed and its pulled everything with ease.
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Old 11-22-2018, 12:23 PM   #57
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I do like my Chevy but I’ve had 2 fords before this Chevy and now I know I’m brand loyal lol and I want to be back in a ford again.
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Old 11-22-2018, 06:35 PM   #58
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I do like my Chevy but Iíve had 2 fords before this Chevy and now I know Iím brand loyal lol and I want to be back in a ford again.


We will accept you back to the Ford family despite you being a trader for a short time.


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Old 11-22-2018, 07:15 PM   #59
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We will accept you back to the Ford family despite you being a trader for a short time.


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Nice to know😂😂😂
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Old 11-26-2018, 01:03 PM   #61
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It only gets 13-14mpg? Thought it would be better than that.
I have a F250 diesel and I get 17 around town and 19 on HWY...
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Old 11-29-2018, 10:08 AM   #62
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ok, got to ask. What is the pricing you guys are paying for your truck. I have been looking at them but just can't seem to pull the trigger on one @ $60,000+ in the Lariat trim Package? I had the 2011 250 6.7 and really liked the truck. For some strange reason I went to the Chevy 1500 with the 6.2.
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Old 11-29-2018, 01:18 PM   #63
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ok, got to ask. What is the pricing you guys are paying for your truck. I have been looking at them but just can't seem to pull the trigger on one @ $60,000+ in the Lariat trim Package? I had the 2011 250 6.7 and really liked the truck. For some strange reason I went to the Chevy 1500 with the 6.2.
Too **** much. I paid $60k for my 17í F-350 Lariat with a few features I wanted.
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Old 11-29-2018, 05:14 PM   #64
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ok, got to ask. What is the pricing you guys are paying for your truck. I have been looking at them but just can't seem to pull the trigger on one @ $60,000+ in the Lariat trim Package? I had the 2011 250 6.7 and really liked the truck. For some strange reason I went to the Chevy 1500 with the 6.2.


I bought mine used which helped on price but it had 70k miles on it.

Best I have seen is around that $60k Mark out the door for lariat trim. The less fancy stuff is obviously cheaper.

End of the year deals might be a little better though. . .

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Old 11-29-2018, 09:08 PM   #65
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What trim did you buy and howís it running ?
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Old 11-29-2018, 09:12 PM   #66
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Just had a 19 platinum delivered to my house yesterday. Just need to add after market rims and tires and tint.

By far the easiest purchase ever.

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Old 11-29-2018, 09:14 PM   #67
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Did you buy from planet ford?
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Old 11-29-2018, 09:17 PM   #68
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No Bill Fick in Huntsville. Everything was done via text message and they delivered. Never stepped foot at dealer.
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Old 11-29-2018, 09:22 PM   #69
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What trim did you buy and howís it running ?

Bought a lariat with everything but a sun roof and itís running great! 7000 miles since July 2 and couldnít be happier.

It was a single owner, no wrecks and one recall already covered. Ended up financing 25 but sticker was 36 at Autonation.


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My only regret is not deleting mine from day one. I waited til 10k miles to do it. I guess technically I couldnít have deleted right away, as they didnít come out with the delete tunes until I had a few k miles on it. Doing it over now Iíd have it ripped off before the first tank of fuel was empty.


Did you do it or pay a shop?


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Old 11-29-2018, 09:35 PM   #71
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Did you do it or pay a shop?


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Did it myself. That **** manifold stud is the biggest PITA of the whole project. After many heat cycles from running and cooling the bolt weakens and is prone to snapping off.
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No Bill Fick in Huntsville. Everything was done via text message and they delivered. Never stepped foot at dealer.
My cousin recommended them whenever I buy another truck.
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Old 11-29-2018, 09:43 PM   #73
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A buddy of mine has one, heavy duty rubber flooring and vinyl seats. Still has plenty of high tech options. Sweet truck.

You can get the heavy duty rubber flooring in any trim level you want. Pretty awesome option if you actually use your truck as a truck.
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Did it myself. That **** manifold stud is the biggest PITA of the whole project. After many heat cycles from running and cooling the bolt weakens and is prone to snapping off.

Yeah Iím gonna be screwed if mine snaps as I donít have taps on hand. I may have to get one for just that occasion.


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I bought my used Chevy from there and I loved it. Best dealership yet.
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Old 11-30-2018, 02:11 PM   #76
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Just had a 19 platinum delivered to my house yesterday. Just need to add after market rims and tires and tint.

By far the easiest purchase ever.

I need that rear bumper if you end up changing it out for an aftermarket!
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:29 AM   #79
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What are you waiting on? Now is the time to buy a left over 2018! These things are great, and by far the nicest trucks on the road. Shop around online and go snag one, you will not regret it. They are very comfortable and excellent power.
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ok, got to ask. What is the pricing you guys are paying for your truck. I have been looking at them but just can't seem to pull the trigger on one @ $60,000+ in the Lariat trim Package? I had the 2011 250 6.7 and really liked the truck. For some strange reason I went to the Chevy 1500 with the 6.2.
I've found a lot of Lariats fully loaded around Houston listed mid 50's. Not in the market, but would be looking at them otherwise.
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:18 AM   #81
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Alright..... What app is that?

Could be awesome for budgeting
My dad always taught me drive want you want to drive. If it sucks on fuel then it sucks on fuel. No reason for me to track it
I look at fuel the same way I look at electricity, you have to have it
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:26 AM   #82
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I have a 17' Lariat, and I dont think I would trade it for anything else on the market right now. Its a powerhouse when towing and I get around 16mpg around town, a little better on highway. I have right at 21k miles on it, I have done lots of mods to it but the most improvement mod was the fox steering stabilizer as with a level and larger tires the bumpsteer gets a little annoying. The steering stabilizer eliminated 95% of it.
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I have a 17' Lariat, and I dont think I would trade it for anything else on the market right now. Its a powerhouse when towing and I get around 16mpg around town, a little better on highway. I have right at 21k miles on it, I have done lots of mods to it but the most improvement mod was the fox steering stabilizer as with a level and larger tires the bumpsteer gets a little annoying. The steering stabilizer eliminated 95% of it.


You do the single stabilizer? And what are the rim specs you went with?


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I have a 17' Lariat, and I dont think I would trade it for anything else on the market right now. Its a powerhouse when towing and I get around 16mpg around town, a little better on highway. I have right at 21k miles on it, I have done lots of mods to it but the most improvement mod was the fox steering stabilizer as with a level and larger tires the bumpsteer gets a little annoying. The steering stabilizer eliminated 95% of it.
what is your wheel and tire setup on that truck? Also what offset?
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Nice!!! I try to stay away from the mud so I wonít get stuck and so I donít have to wash it lol
Lol isn't that the point of a $70,000 4WD truck? To use it in places for work/hunting that 2wd trucks cant go
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You do the single stabilizer? And what are the rim specs you went with?


Sierracharlie out…
Yes the fox single stabilizer. I would recommend it over the stock one anyday.

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what is your wheel and tire setup on that truck? Also what offset?
Its a 20x10 with -19mm offset. It sticks out some but nothing crazy. The tires are a 295/65/20 nitto ridge grappler. No rubbing or trimming required with that setup.
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Yes the fox single stabilizer. I would recommend it over the stock one anyday.



Its a 20x10 with -19mm offset. It sticks out some but nothing crazy. The tires are a 295/65/20 nitto ridge grappler. No rubbing or trimming required with that setup.


Nice! Thanks for the info


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Nitto has a new 35 11.5 20 fits perfectly on factory rims
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Nitto has a new 35 11.5 20 fits perfectly on factory rims


Thatís basically the size he is running. The 295s are 11.8 wide though I believe.


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Waiting for my truck to sell then I’m pulling the trigger on one!
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Nitto has a new 35 11.5 20 fits perfectly on factory rims
35x12.50 will fit with zero issues on a stock 17+ Super Duty. With aftermarket rims you might run into issues with too much backspacing. I run 37x12.50s on the stock Lariat 20Ē rims and stock suspension and only have VERY minor rubbing on full lock right turn only.
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35x12.50 will fit with zero issues on a stock 17+ Super Duty. With aftermarket rims you might run into issues with too much backspacing. I run 37x12.50s on the stock Lariat 20Ē rims and stock suspension and only have VERY minor rubbing on full lock right turn only.


I just had 20x9 with 35x11.5 put on my truck and this fit with no rubbing or trimming.

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I have a 2012 F350 FX4 W/130k mile. All original, and well maintained. Iíve had some problems but nothing with the motor or tranny. DEF heater, exhaust sensors, and now body mounts are SHOT!! (Known problem). Anyways, I pull a 38í 12k TT and it pulls great! I do use the Tow/Haul feature.. From Baytown to Uvalde I get 10mpg doingspeed limit + maybe 2/3mph more. I also pull a 16í tandem axle lowboy made outof 2Ē angle iron, with a 2018 Ranger crew (No windshield on the Ranger). I get11mph pulling that from Baytown to Pearsall. (Donít use the Tow/Haul feature). 1MPG better pulling about a 10th of the loadÖ.Really weird. Sametrips with just the truck gives me 14.5 mpg.


As far as the power, I have been nothing but pleased with this engine. I take off from a red light and people are not waiting on me!


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Nice looking rigs!
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I love my 18 F350 single wheel. 2.5" level in front and 1.75" taller in rear because I carry a lot of weight everyday, she's heavy. About 13mpg deleted with a heavy foot, that's city driving from jobsites to yard and home. About 17mpg on the highway.

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I love my 18 F350 single wheel. 2.5" level in front and 1.75" taller in rear because I carry a lot of weight everyday, she's heavy. About 13mpg deleted with a heavy foot, that's city driving from jobsites to yard and home. About 17mpg on the highway.

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I love my 18 F350 single wheel. 2.5" level in front and 1.75" taller in rear because I carry a lot of weight everyday, she's heavy. About 13mpg deleted with a heavy foot, that's city driving from jobsites to yard and home. About 17mpg on the highway.

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What wheels are those, size, and spacing. They donít look like they stick out very far which Iím looking for. Iím running 295ís




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What wheels are those, size, and spacing. They donít look like they stick out very far which Iím looking for. Iím running 295ís




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