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The 2014 Ford F-350 Super Duty is America's most capable Pickup. Its tested-tough powertrains - that are designed| engineered and built by Ford - enable the F-350 Super Duty to give you a class-leading fuel economy| plus the best horsepower and torque. It's ready to get the job done when no one else can| thanks to its best-in-class maximum towing and payload capacities. In addition| the 2014 now features the new F-350 PLATINUM. No wonder the F-Series has been America's best-selling truck for 36 years. The Ford F-350 has several awe inspiring maximum capabilities and among them are the truck's towing capacity. This Super Duty has 5th-Wheel Towing of up to 23|200 lbs.| and conventional towing of up to 18|500 lbs. Next is the truck's payload of up to 7|260 lbs.| a GCWR of 33|000 lbs.| and the GVWR of 14|000 lbs. These amazing capabilities reveal the workhorse this truck truly is. The 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel - designed| engineered and built by Ford - gives you a best-in-class 400 hp and a massive 800 lb.-ft torque. That is certainly a game-changing combination. Along with the Diesel engine| the Gas option is built to impress as well. As the standard engine| the free-breathing 6.2L V8 is a state-of-the-art Ford-built powerhouse that generates best-in-class 385 hp and 405 lb.-ft. of torque. This workhorse also conquers most any terrain. The truck's class-exclusive Hill Descent Control helps Super Duty increase your off-road confidence by maintaining the truck's speed on steep declines| so you can concentrate on maneuvering. A durable coil-spring front suspension is part of the heavy-duty| independent Twin-I-Beam setup on 4x2s and a rugged twin-coil monobeam setup on 4x4s. The Ford F350 goes beyond Heavy Duty; this truck is Super Duty.
Brad Bailey will speak about Texas immigration at noon March 19 at the Wildflower Country Club in Temple.
Lions Club Park Senior Center is hosting DJ Walter Schupp playing the Best of the Best Country Music for Tuesday’s dance from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 1700 E. Stan Schleuter