If you are after a tightspot truck stay away from the F-550 and F-450 with the 162 wheelbase these trucks need a acre to turn around. I have a 88 F-Superduty with a 161WB and I have troubles getting into places people want me togo usually is the road is 7 feet wide with brush and trees on either sides and its a back in job up to 1/2 a mile The worst thing I hate is the saying ohya you can make it and get there with the load and its this terrible little goat trail driveway that is barely wide enough to have the truck pass through without ripping the mirrors off my truck. One job I was on I had to haul 2 7000 pound loads of sand to a guy that was doing a concrete slab for a garage well anyways the driveway was damn near 45 degrees and I had to back down it. The driveway was just top dressed with crusher dust so it was slippery and I could only back down in one pass I couldn't drive ahead to adjust. The front wheels ended up locking up and the truck slid the 40 feet down the road to the slab site I got the load dumped and I was really worried about getting back out. I put the truck in first gear and creeped really slowly and I was surprised I made it the second load went about the same I would never do that again without a 4x4. Back to the point if you want a truck with a good turning radius stick with the funny looking COE trucks like a GMC W-5000 they got about the tightest turning radius.