On the trip up to N. It is 2 wheel drive with 6 matching tires that are nearly new. The tach is a necessity to prevent over revving the engine. They all blame it on bad shocks, suspension parts, ect. You get better fuel mileage, and more pulling power.
This beauty is in excellent shape, lways garaged and meticulously maintained, sporting a Forest Green exterior paired with a plush Tan custom cloth interior. The engine is very smooth over its range, I usually shift between 3000 and 4000 rpm. If you are looking for a honest, eliable, uilt Ford tough truck this is the one for you. Too high of a viscosity means robbing you of extra horsepower. Parking can be a problem because of the width of the rear wheels, but because of the dually rear wheels, it turns better than single wheel trucks the same length. No matter what I'm using this truck for, pulling or just driving, I'm getting 15 to 18mpg.
Just improved both air intake and exhaust so will expect more power and better… From 17-19 two wheel drive on the highway. Being offered at auction for 5 days only, o don't hesitate and miss your chance to own this rare 1994 Ford F-350 crew cab Power Stroke Turbo Diesel. If you are going to replace the fuel pump. They said it would definitely help the gas mileage, it didn't. All advertised to be true but not guaranteed. Zero it at the next fill up then when you fill up again make note of the mileage. Any Problems anyone would like to let me in on? D … o you have an exhasut leak maybe at the manifold? There are a few paint chips and the dually fender are a little sun faded because they aren't metal like the rest of the truck with some paint chips.
General Comments: We bought this truck to carry a slide-in camper. Overall it's a pretty good truck. This is everything anyone could want in a luxury hauling vehicle. Description: 1994 Ford F-350 Low mileage, no rustf-350 for sale. I thought that was bad until I read the current review about someone getting 8 to 10mpg. In the city I'll get 17-19 mpg.
Check the discussion area for more … info. In town I get an average of 8. Come and see for yourself, why people drive from all over the country to find their desired quality trucks here at Dieselers. I daily see pick ups with 25,000 30,000 with rounded edge front tires and brake dust coated front rims. It still pulls to the left, I think it still has a bad caliper.
It also comes equipped with tow package, railering mirrors, unningboards and auxiliary fuel tank. The rear tanks does read accurate. On long-distance trips, if I drop the tailgate, and drive no more than 65 mph, then I can get as much as 24 mpg. This great truck is a 4-door crew cab dually with a 5-speed manual transmission. And considering my old F150 got 10 mpg city with an in-line 300ci 6 cylinder, I can live with it.
This truck has an undesirable option - the 7. I haven't pulled the door panel off to see for sure. Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1997 Most recent year of ownership 2003 Engine and transmission 7. I have a 1994 F-350 7. Illinois and got almost 12 mpg 70 mph. It was used to haul a 5th wheel camper.
I have a 1994 Ford F-350 four door 7. Then I had to replace the front brakes because it was pulling to the left. Second, if you are going to pull, go diesel. Keep in mind, if you are not going to use it for what it was designed to do, don't bother. Yes Review Date: 5th June, 2003 The truck is made for pulling, so the clutch will be stiff, if it were not it would not last. It's in good shape for it's age but it isn't perfect. The cloth looks great and great in all seasons.