by john dale on Mar 26, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Ford F-350 XLT 4dr Crew Cab 4WD LB
This is a real truck. There is nothing
it can't do. It's the most
comfortable, powerful and reliable
vehicle I've ever owned. It is so long
legged the miles just melt under it's
feet. Get behind the wheel and you
won't believe how it gobbles up the
miles. It will surprise you with it's
off-road power and capability. Nine
years and 214,000 miles and no hint of
stopping. At 105,000 miles a diesel
mechanic told me it's just now broken
by OPOSSUM on May 3, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Ford F-350 XLT 2dr Extended Cab LB
JUST HAD THIS TRUCK FOR ABOUT 2 1/2
MONTHS. BOUGHT IT AS A 9 YEAR OLD
TRUCK WITH JUST 38,000 MILES ON IT. I
SPECIFICALLY BOUGHT IT TO PULL A 5TH
WHEEL CAMPER. SO FAR, IT IS A JEWEL.
MORE THAN ENOUGH POWER, STYLE AND
HANDLING ARE EXCELLENT. I GET
COMPLIMENTS EVERYWHERE I GO. OKAY,
I'VE ONLY PUT 1,000 OF MY OWN MILES ON
IT. HOWEVER, I INTEND TO KEEP IT FOR A
LONG TIME. THE MPG IS POOR AT ABOUT
11MPG...BUT, HEY, YOU DON'T BUY THIS
KIND OF TRUCK FOR GAS MILEAGE. YOU BUY
IT FOR DURABILITY, FLEXIBILITY AND
DRIVEABILITY. OH, YEAH, IT WILL DO
ANYTHING YOU WANT OR NEED IT TO DO.
JUST CALL ME BUBBA.
Ford's one-ton hauler receives only slight mechanical and chassis refinements. Two versions of the 7.3L turbodiesel, direct injection and indirect injection, are offered on models above 8,500 pounds GVWR. Environmentally friendly CFC-free air conditioning is offered, and standard equipment grows with the addition of side door beams, a center high-mounted stop lamp, a driver-side airbag (for under-8,500-pound GVWR models) and a brake shift interlock system for all automatics. A premium 40/20/40 bench seat option is added to XLT Crew- and SuperCab styles and a wide-ratio four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive accompanies the 5.0L engine.