American car buyers have been turning away from large trucks and SUVs for a while now, and Ford executives think they know what did it: $3.50 for a gallon of gasoline.
Ford has decided to make some mid-year running changes to bump the mileage on their biggest vehicles. The SuperDuty pickups generally have a hard time cracking the double digits but then they are designed as work trucks meant to haul large heavy loads. Nonetheless, anyone using one of these beasts to earn a living is bound to have concerns about the rising cost of fuel. Single rear wheel F-250 and F-350 models with the 6.4L diesel get lower final drive ratios going from 3.73:1 to 3.55:1. Combine
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