2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty 4dr SuperCab XLT 4WD LB (5.4L 8cyl 6M)
Searched and compared. Have a 2 horse
straight pull trailer with dressing
room to tow. Trailer GVW at 7,000 lbs.
Ordered F-250 with 3:73 gears, tows
very well and gets better than average
milage for it's size. Solid and hefty.
Handles the trailer nicely and was
ordered to do so. Rides well either
empty or working with a load.
Completely seperate fuses for the
trailer! I blew a fuse on the trailer
back up light, and was pleased to find
all the lights of the trailer are fused
seperately from the truck. So if per
say, brakes or markers short on
trailer, will not affect the truck...
Nicely thought out.
The flip down center consol of the
split bench seat should be mounted so
you can slide it back and forth as you
do the bench seats. Or at least be
given the option of adjustable bolt
holes so owner could move the padded
consol seat either forward or backward
to suit the comfort needs.
2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty 4dr Crew Cab Lariat 4WD SB (5.4L 8cyl 6M)
Everything I expected as well as
described by the dealership. Use to
pull 32ft / 8000lb camper. Can hardly
tell you;ve got anything behind you and
the power of the diesel can not be
The electric seats allow shorter
members of the family the ability to
reach the pedals, floor board, and
still maintain a good visual all around
vehicle while driving. Back up sensors
are great for a vehicle with this
2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty 4dr Crew Cab Lariat 4WD LB (5.4L 8cyl 6M)
New Ford 6.0 deisel Harley Truck. I
had the truck shut off in cruise
control at 50 mph. Scared the heck
out of me. I had the dealer check and
found that there wasn't a operating
system in the truck and it would not
up load. I took it back three times
and once to Myrtle Beach Ford they
also said they could not up load. The
truck shut off on me three more times.
The milage went from 9.1 to 15.6 I was
happy with that. Finally on the 5th
or 6th visit they were able to upload
from a satilite. The truck runs
better than ever but my fuel milage
went to 14.3. I really don't
understand that. For a 48,900 truck
these problems are driving me nuts.