No, not at all.
Its the same as the old Ford trucks.
no they are 1 inch increments of being the same
Yes it is. The Ford F-series trucks windows are the same from 1980 to 1996
All 1986-1993 trucks share the same body style.
Ford made them in the 60's for light trucks. Very good engine. Same family of engines as the rest of the FE series.
No. Chevrolet is made by General Motors. Ford is made by Ford Motor Company.
It appears that there were 337,068 Ford F150's were manufactured in 1977. In comparison, there were almost half as many F250's produced that same year. The number is decreased significantly for the F350 at 52,493 trucks.
Yes, Many parts are the same as the Ford Ranger.
Yes, the Ford 2.6, 2.8, 2.9 and 4.0 all share the same bolt pattern.
Some of the same parts. You would have to check with your local Ford dealer for part numbers.
they are the same because they are both made by GM(General Motors)...it is also cheaper to make the same truck but put different emblems on it, than it is to make to totally different trucks.
The clutch and brake share the same fluid