by tattoo74 on Feb 8, 2012 Vehicle: 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 4dr Crew Cab 4WD LB
my truck has 129,000 and no problems till now blew a spark plug out of the head . not to exspensive $213.00 for a
spark plug and a coil and a sleeve simular to a helix coil, but no drilling involed just insert and spread took less than 2 hours truck is a beast. ford screwed us on the gas but 18 on the freeway is'nt bad the harley makes up for the winter gas i spend !!! Parking sucks in a crowded place !
by Greg on Jun 11, 2010 Vehicle: 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 4dr Extended Cab SB
I bought mine to tow my travel trailer. I recently changed the rear end to 430 limited slip and love the change for towing. At 96K I needed to repair the exhaust manifold bolts which was a major pain. Wheel bearings also don't last very long. Overall I love the truck. Mine is a 2WD version with the V10. It is a towing beast!
The all-new Super Duty F-Series is a full-size truck developed and built on a separate platform from the under-8,500lb GVWR F150 and F250. For '99 the Super Duty is available in Regular Cab, four-door Super Cab or Crew Cab models, as well as in a class A Motor Home Chassis model.
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