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Old 03-12-2007, 01:28 AM   #29
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Hi, C Johnson. I'm sorry if you feel like I was bashing you; I was not. As for looking at Ford pickups, I have been working at new car dealers since 1968, mostly Ford, Lincoln, Mercury dealers. I still work at a Ford, Lincoln, Mercury dealer now as Shopforeman. And I have seen, and worked on, many of these vehicles. Yes the F-series pickups of yesterday were all the same truck with heavier suspensions and axles and drivetrains as the numbers went up. [F-250 F-350]
I'm just trying to help someone who has a simular tow vehicle who wants to tow a simular trailer. By my personal experience.

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Hi, C Johnson. I'm sorry if you feel like I was bashing you; I was not. As for looking at Ford pickups, I have been working at new car dealers since 1968, mostly Ford, Lincoln, Mercury dealers. I still work at a Ford, Lincoln, Mercury dealer now as Shopforeman. And I have seen, and worked on, many of these vehicles. Yes the F-series pickups of yesterday were all the same truck with heavier suspensions and axles and drivetrains as the numbers went up. [F-250 F-350]
I'm just trying to help someone who has a simular tow vehicle who wants to tow a simular trailer. By my personal experience.

No Bashing.................Bob
Were cool Bob. You are welcome at my fire ring anytime.

From one Ford man to another !

My Dad had a 1972 f 250. That thing was bullet proof I swear. Probably why I still see so many on the road today.

I wish my 95 was as easy to work on as my pops 72.

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