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  • Ford Super Duty


    The Ford F-Series Super Duty (often shortened to Ford Super Duty) is a series of trucks manufactured by Ford Motor Company. Introduced in 1998 for the 1999 model year, the F-Series Super Duty trucks marked the addition of a heavy-duty pickup to the Ford F-Series range, including the F-250 and F-350 pickups; the previous 1987–1997 F-Super Duty chassis cabs were replaced by the F-450 and F-550 Super Duty. Distinguished from the F-150 by its separate bodywork, the Super Duty trucks utilize a distinct chassis from the F-150 with heavier-duty chassis and suspension components to allow for higher payload and towing capacities; additionally, the product line continued the use of Ford PowerStroke diesel engines. With a GVWR over ; Super Duty pickups are Class 3 trucks while chassis-cab trucks are in the Class 4-5 range. The F-Series Super Duty has been used as the donor chassis of the Ford Excursion full-size SUV.

  • Navistar T444E engine


    The Navistar T444E is a Diesel V8 engine manufactured by Navistar International Corporation. In its use in Ford Motor Company trucks, vans and school buses, it is the first of the PowerStroke family of diesel engines. The T444E was manufactured from 1994 to 2004, replacing the 7.3 L IDI V8 designed by International Harvester. As a result of federal emission standards, the T444E was discontinued midway through the 2003 model year, replaced by the all-new 6.0 L VT365. In total, nearly 2 million 7.3 L PowerStroke V8s were manufactured for Ford at their Indianapolis, Indiana plant before switching to the 6.0L. The T444E used a bore and stroke. Power output was at 3000 rpm and at 1600 rpm for 1994-1997. Power was increased in 1998 to at 2600 rpm and of torque at 1600 rpm. in 2002 power was up to at 2700 rpm and of torque at 1600 rpm in automatics and in manuals. The 6.0 was also discontinued in 2007 when it was replaced by International's 6.4 liter. Not long after in 2010 the 6.4 liter was replaced by Ford's first in house Super Duty diesel truck engine, the 6.7 liter Power Stroke. This ended the partnership between International and Ford for light duty diesel engines in the Super Duty pickups. Applications: 1994.5-1997 Ford F-250/F-350 1999-2003 Ford Super Duty (2001-2006 in Australia) 2000-2003 Ford Excursion 1994.5-2003 Ford E-Series 1994-2003 International 3400/3600/3700/3800 bus chassis 1994-2003 International 3000 bus chassis 1994-2003 International 4700/4900 cab/chassis

  • Ford F-Series (ninth generation)


    The ninth generation Ford F-Series is a line of full-size and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford from 1991 to 1997. While still based on the basic design dating from late 1979 (for the 1980 model year), the 1992 F-Series brought a number of minor changes to the exterior and interior (where most enthusiasts consider this a facelift for the same existing truck that first appeared in 1979 as a 1980 model instead of a redesign). This is the last generation of the F-Series that was produced as a complete range of trucks from a half-ton pickup (F-150) to a medium-duty Class 6 truck (F-250 and above). As this generation was replaced during the 1997–1998 model years, the larger models of the F-Series (F-250 and above) were split from the F-150; these became the Ford Super Duty trucks, related to the latter with a few powertrain components.

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