2016 Ford Super Duty

June 10th, 2015 | 0 Comments | Ford

The 2016 Ford Super Duty is a line of trucks (about 8500 pounds (3900 kg) GVWR) in early 1998 introduced for the 1999 model year, the F-250 and F-550 Super-tasks are factory assembled Kentucky Truck in Louisville, Kentucky. Homework F-650 and F-750 Super-were gathered in Mexico to 2014 at the plant Diamant Bleu truck, when production was moved to Avon Lake, Ohio.

The Ford Super Duty trucks are larger, heavier built pick-up series with body-on-frame steel frame ladder, axes, springs, brakes, engines more robust transmissions, powerful, and all other components of more heavy / large than the F-250, F-250HD (Heavy Duty), and F-350 Ford lines corresponding traditional older trucks. The frame model with two-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are the same in the F-250 and F-350 series, so that the conversion of a two-wheel drive model to a four-wheel drive model less difficult in other models of trucks. F-350 chassis cab, F-450 and F-550 frame and suspension are the same between the two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models. The trucks were once revealed by the National Highway Safety Administration for management errors, but the investigation of an investigation, the default was driver error, and has nothing to do with the design.

2016 Ford Super Duty Name Origins

In 1960, Ford took the abundant GVWR models of the F-series (F-950) and Super Duty models, they were driven by petrol engines Ford same.  In 1963, the name Super Duty appeared on the petrol variants of the N-Series trucks. On the line F-series, the name Super Duty came first as the “F-Super Duty” in 1987 on Class 4 chassis models.

2016 Ford Super Duty Transmission

For 2016 Ford Super Duty, the four transfers are present, many configurations ZF5 five-speed manual transmission available. Mini block pattern, big block pattern, and diesel. Configurations of 4WD and 2WD except drive shaft brake 2 versions integrated wheel drive transmission with 4×4 style. Earlier versions S5-42 were estimated at 420 lb-ft of torque, while later versions were evaluated s5-47 at 470 lb-ft. ZF 6-speed manual transmission for diesel engines. A 4R100 4 speed automatic transmission is available as an option for motors or gasoline or diesel, later replaced by automatic TorqShift 5 speeds. The 5-speed automatic with just 1,000 pounds (450 kg) larger truck trailer weight measured with manual transmission 6.5-speed standard. The 6-speed manual transmission is equipped with a built-in PTO.

2016 Ford Super Duty Suspension

The 2016 Ford Super Duty front moratorium wheel drive F-250 and F-350s are equipped with full-front Dana 50 and Dana 60 axles. Prior to 2004, a Dana 60 was used on the F-450 and F-550s; 2005-2007 models use a Dana springs 60. Super-sheet finally past coils for the 2005 model year and the front stabilizer bar assembly site was transferred to a frame rather than a part of the weight is not suspension of the front axle. The front suspension on trucks with two-wheel drive is independent double I-beam with coil springs over the F-250 and F-350 pickup truck, while a rigid axle is on the F-350, F-450 and F-550 chassis used. Manual locking hubs on Super Duty trucks are made of warning.

2016 Ford Super Duty F-250 Lariat

2016 Ford Super Duty F-250 Lariat

The rear suspension on all models 2016 Ford Super Duty F-250 and F-350 SRW uses a 10.5-inch (270 mm) 10.5 marvelous axle 35 spline axle with a choice of traditional or limited slip differential 3.73, 4.10 and 4.30: 1 ratios. The Sterling axis Super Duty Trucks upgraded. The crown has increased from 10.25 to 10.50 inches and the carrier updated with three courses instead of two. Disc brakes were standard. Models F-350 DRW use Dana 80. All models feature high-performance 3 “wide leaf springs and dampers were added. A standard stabilizer DRW (Dually) models are. An optional certification slideshow camping package with feathers heavier and a number of optional stabilizer bar Rear suspension on the 2016 Ford Super Duty F-450 truck is available on the SRW models.

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