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Old 03-09-2009, 08:03 PM
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I had a 1997 F250 LD lariat 4wd ext cab short bed. I loved that truck till I got in a accident and it bent the frame. I looked around for a while looking for one but the one I found the people d#cked me around till I gave up and bought something else. I still see them around here but I have yet to see one like mine.
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Old 03-09-2009, 08:47 PM
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I guess nobody read my first post.

the F150 7700 was a limited edition F150 that was much beefier than the normal f-150's. a normal f150's GVWR is around 6600# the 7700 is just that...7700#'s. so it was rated to tow and haul much more weight. It also has 7 lugs as opposed to the normal 5 or 6 on 150's. Superduties have 8.

So yes, basically a HD-f150, but not quite a 250 superduty...
Well I mean I know all about them. It took 3 months to track down a 7 lug after market wheel for my friends truck. But I mean there are people out there that ask to buy his truck just cuz there hard to find. But I don't get it you could buy a superduty and it would be basically the same thing.

Guess it comes down to the f150 look that people liked and they have a better GVWR.
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Old 03-09-2009, 08:58 PM
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One reason businesses like them is you can register them as a half ton.
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