by dleddingpaulinapeak on Nov 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat 2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB
I bought this truck to pull my large pontoon boat in the summer, snowmobiles in the winter and the like. at 136,000 it gets it done without so much as a grunt. lots of power and suspension to handle everything I've thrown at it. at the cost of a new F250, I think you'd be a fool to buy new when you can drive a classic, awesome truck like this one. I bought this truck from the original owner who took cae of it and babied like I do. it hasn't had a teenager mud bog the hell out of it - this probably has a lot to do with it being such a good driver to date. with the 460 V8, it is with out a doubt, a gas junkie, I average 11mpg, ouch.
by rodneymackinnon on Jan 13, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat 2dr Regular Cab LB
I was ripped off when I bought the car
(seller said it only had 75,000 miles,
it actually had 175,000). Still, it
had performed extremely well with
minimal repairs despite rigorous
abuse. The performance with the 7.5L
is very nice, if you're willing to
sacrifice gas mileage. The only major
complaint is the idiotic electrical
system. Every conceivable item has an
individual ground that is connected to
random bits of the frame. Really
and a 92. My girlfriend's uncle drives a 2001 F-250 diesel crew cab 4x4. We loaded up the gooseneck trailer one weekend, had over 3 cords of wood loaded in the bed and trailer, plus about 100-150 bag...
If the trailer of yours weigs over 14000 pounds, don't even look at a F-250 or 350 to pull it. I don't know why someone hasn't suggested this already, but what you'll need to get is a F-450 or 550 su...
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