2013 Ford F150 XLT 3.5 Ecobeast SuperCrew 4X4
Mine aren't curved alot but seems more than that. I know what springs to look for now 👍🏼
Im getting there. The new 7.3L is sounding better and better.Appreciate all the help... After another trip and a worse overheat, I’ve decided to suck it up and purchase a new F250. Found a pretty good deal on a 2019 Platinum.
I could tow a lot more weight if it were not for my cooling and manifolds preferring to leak.I've never been disappointed towing with either the 2.7EB or the Gen2 3.5EB
But I haven't towed heavy enough to be disappointed. Always enough headroom for power and cooling.
Still, I too have my eyes on that sweet 7.3 gasser. (Depending on future RV needs) The only difference is that I'm keeping my F150 3.5EB regardless.
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I totally get it. Just hope fetching a better tow truck doesn't mean you have to compromise the superior non-towing experience (and FUN) of the F150.I could tow a lot more weight if it were not for my cooling and manifolds preferring to leak.
I love the truck and the power but just kinda sick of having to baby it for fear of it self destructing. I know I am asking a lot from mine towing in the Rockies full time.
Towing in Colorado. One 8% grade that isn’t very long. Last time it started midway up the grade, but I was able to drive 25 mph and make it up. This time it started overheating on the flats before the grade and I had to pull over 3/4 up the grade. Radiator reservoir was blowing off steam. Had to wait like 20 min for cool off. Then going back home (the downhill side), it was pushing temps the entire way home.
Yup. I'm in Utah. Same kind of deal, although my truck has gone to reduced power mode before I lost my coolant.I didn’t check ambients, but I’m guessing mid 90s