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Old 10-14-2018, 09:03 AM
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I've had half tons for the last few years. Most recently a 2016 5.0 3.73s. I need to start pushing snow again this year so what better reason to convince myself I need a new truck! Not going to be towing much more than a couple side by sides and a mower so I went with the 6.2. Unfortunately it seems impossible to find 4.30s on the lots but the 3.73s pleasantly surprised me. Especially after everything I was reading online. Anyway, a couple pics before it got dark yesterday. 2019 Stone Gray.
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Good looking truck, I am trying to decide if i want a 250 or another 150.
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Looks great! I couldn't personally do an F250 as a daily driver in my metro area. Hope you enjoy it!
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Great looking truck...love the Stone Gray!
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Thanks guys! It is definitely more brown than gray but I really like it. I have a daily driver work vehicle and I live in a very rural area so the bigger the better! I will be getting a plow put on the front in the very near future. Not much towing planned but it's good to be back in a super duty!
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Nice SD! How do you like it? Thinking about upgrading form a f150 to a 250 also. I live in a big metro area so thats holding me back a bit.
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Nice SD! How do you like it? Thinking about upgrading form a f150 to a 250 also. I live in a big metro area so thats holding me back a bit.
So far, I love this truck. I don't even have 100 miles on it yet though. My first couple trucks were super dutys so they just feel right. When I went to half tons, it was to be more practical. Smoother ride, fuel economy, size etc. But, being in a more capable truck is worth not worrying about any of that.
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Beautiful looking truck. Enjoy
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Staying simple on the mods. All I've done was put weather tech mud flaps on and a rubber mat in the bed. I do have a hard tri fold cover on the way. That will probably be it. Maybe a spray in liner down the road. Oh yeah, and a bed step. Any suggestions? How are the steps that fold down under the corner or the bumper? Seem spendy for what they are.
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