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what toughness means in big pickups.

Today’s Ford Super Duty® is the toughest heavy-duty pickup we’ve ever built. We started by cutting body weight with high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. We then invested some of that weight savings where it really counts — in stronger axles, beefier steering and chassis components, and a fully boxed frame built of over 95 percent high-strength steel.* The result is a Super Duty that boasts class-leading payload and towing.**



  • what toughness means in big pickups.


  • high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body


  • fully boxed high-strength steel frame


  • class-exclusive solid front axle


  • advancetrac® with rsc® and trailer sway control


  • largest brakes in class (f-450)


  • over 12 million miles of testing


  • engineered for the extremes


  • what toughness means in big pickups.


  • high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body


  • fully boxed high-strength steel frame


  • class-exclusive solid front axle


  • advancetrac® with rsc® and trailer sway control


  • largest brakes in class (f-450)


  • over 12 million miles of testing


  • engineered for the extremes


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