1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab 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 !
for one i feel safe in this truck ! cars move right out of the way they want no part of this masive truck in thier rearview! tow pakage long bed and wench shoot the whole inside of the truck . i'm all around happy ! Henry Ford would be proud!!!!
bigger brake roaters on the front truck is a bit heavey when towing a big load. And put a handle inside
to grab on the drivers side
so you can get into the truck easier ! and make the drivers seat go up and down or stuff the seat so that we sit up higher i"M 5'11"
I probably need to re stuff my seat it is 13 years old!!!
1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab Lariat 4dr Crew Cab SB
Bought my F250 new have 150K on it and not a problem one with the 7.3L diesel. Pull a 34' 5th wheel with it and it does not skip a beat.. Fuel economy is good for a truck of this size..16-17 city --21-23 hyway.. pulling I get between 12 and 14 MPG. Better than my gas truck use to get.
The diesel, quiet interior
CD changer, and radio controls on the steering wheel
1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab Lariat 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB
We bought the truck with 150,000 miles on it. We have since then put another 10,000 miles on it and it still runs like a champ. 4x4 works amazing! We love it! The only thing is that you need to change your spark plugs at about every 50k to ensure that they won't blow out of the head. That's expensive. Computer console has a short and does not work. All in all love the truck and will not trade for a long long time.
4x4ing capability, power, gas mileage for size of truck, huge interior room.
1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab XLT 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB
I have had a very good experiance with my Ford F-350 Superduty 7.3 liter diesel. It has a full box and 4 doors making it very long, but for hauling 5th wheel trailers it works flawlessly. Empty I get 18 mpg; with a 15,000 lb. trailer 10 mpg; with a 30,000 lb. trailer 5-7 mpg (yes we have pulled 30k lb. trailer several times, once even a truck plus trailer weight of about 39,000 lb.). One problem with its own weight being almost 8,000 lb. empty, if you ever leave solid road surfaces you will need 4WD. All around though I would say it is an amazing truck that redefined the pick-up-truck.
Turbo Diesel! Massive rear seating, crash safe, pulls like a 'freight train.'
More direct floor heat (it blows on your ankles instead of your frozen feet!). Rear floor heat from under front seat. Sun/moon roof in 4 door models - why not?