by matthew s on Jun 22, 2007 Vehicle: 1995 Ford F-150 XL 2dr Regular Cab SB
I bought this truck in '98 with 69k miles on it. The only major repair I had done was new gears in the rear end. Everything else is original. Oh yeah, I had to replace the battery a couple times. I wish Ford would go back to this truck.195k miles and still truckin'.
by TIMMAN on Apr 15, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Ford F-150 XL 2dr Regular Cab SB
EXCELLENT TRUCK!. I HAVE A 4.9 STRAIGHT
SIX WITH A 5 SPEED. THE ONLY FUSS IS
REGARDING THE PLASTIC COMPONENTS USED
IN THE HYDRAULIC CLUTCH SYSTEM. THE
PLUNGER ROD THAT CONNECTS TO THE MASTER
CYLINDER IS MADE OF PLASTIC. IT IS HELD
IN PLACE WITH A PLASTIC BUSHING THAT
WEARS OUT EVERY 30,000 MILES. THESE
TWO CHEAP COMPONENTS CAUSE CLUTCH LOSS
MORE OFTEN THAN ANY TRUCK OWNER WOULD
EXPECT, HOWEVER THE PROBLEM IS EASY TO
FIX. JUST TAKE THE PLUNGER ROD OUT OF
THE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND HAVE
YOUR LOCAL MACHINE SHOP MAKE YOU ONE
OUT OF STEEL. PROBLEM SOLVED. NOW YOU
HAVE A BULLETPROOF 300,000 MILE TRUCK.
Ford introduces the premium Eddie Bauer model. Adorned with two-toned paint, air conditioning, a full array of power features, deep-dish aluminum wheels and signature badging, it's fair to say that this truck paves the way for the ultraluxury truck segment to come. Other changes include optional privacy glass for side and rear windows (including manual-sliding rear window, when equipped) and cab steps for regular and SuperCab Styleside trims.