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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.
BELTON — Belton’s Lena Armstrong Public Library will soon offer virtual books. The library received a $5,000 J. Frank Dobie Library Trust Award, which is given each spring to chosen applicants. Kim Kroll, the library’s director, said all the money will be spent only on e-books.
The Defense Department on Tuesday released a report documenting the damaging cuts to military forces, modernization and readiness that will be required if defense budgets are held at sequester-levels in the years beyond fiscal 2015.