2023 Ford Super Duty Spy Photos!

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I found some spied pics taken of the newest Super Duties. A few are of the F250 and a the F450. Of course there really isn't much to see and the rest of the truck looks the same. Its just going to be small fascia changes to the exterior and interior. So below are several pics I have found.

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I found some spied pics taken of the newest Super Duties. A few are of the F250 and a the F450. Of course there really isn't much to see and the rest of the truck looks the same. Its just going to be small fascia changes to the exterior and interior. So below are several pics I have found.

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Might have to get me a 23 450 single cab if they don’t suck
 

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That’s what I want one for, was going to buy a 17 single cab 450 when I was shopping for mine, but it sold before I could get it, ended up with my 250. Love those super steer axles
Yes, they make a perfect tow outfit for tight congested areas. Something we lack out here ththough, do love single cabs for towing for that reason. But with our rough roads and lots of gravel the longer wheelbase pickups ride better.
 
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Yes, they make a perfect tow outfit for tight congested areas. Something we lack out here ththough, do love single cabs for towing for that reason. But with our rough roads and lots of gravel the longer wheelbase pickups ride better.
Yeah I have had nothing but longer wheelbase trucks, this 17 I have is the first short wheelbase, love the turning radius, don’t love the ride, still rides better than the the old 7.3 though. Those leaf springs are not forgiving
 
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That's for sure! Bounce across a rough feild and you will be putting along.
The roads back in vermont were like you were driving across a field half the time lol. My brother has a 2000 f350 that he Cummins swapped, lifted along with some serious over load springs and airbags on 22.5 Alcoas. You hit a bump in that and break your damn neck
 
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Used to be lifted even more when it had the 7.3. Was my fathers truck originally. He had a 30’ gooseneck custom built from pro-trac, used to haul a lot of trees and also skid steer with 44” tree spade. My brother did a frame off and a 24 valve swap, now it sits
 

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The 22.5 low pro commercial tires do not help the ride at all. Even f450 19.5 tires will ride stiff compared to the normal rim tire combo. Low pro heavy duty tires are just rough. But the handle weight like a champ.
 
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Those tires are rugged, they last forever on a pickup lol. I have been trying to convince him to take them off, he is a mortgage officer with Wells Fargo and will never tow with it. To each his own though
 

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