Ford F250 1973
The 1973 Ford F250 carries a braked towing capacity of up to 2000 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Ford F250 1973 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Ford F250 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Ford F250: Is it legal to tow my Caravan?
It’s not legal to use a 3500 kg rated tow vehicle to tow 4500 kg, and your insurance wouldn’t cover you in the event of a crash. Step up to the bigger vehicle, or maybe look at something like a RAM pickup.Show more
Ford F-250 2001: How do I know the airbag will work?
You had to replace the airbags in some older vehicles built before the mid-1990s, but the airbags in vehicles later than that last the lifetime of the vehicle. There’s no real way of testing them to know they will work when needed.Show more
Ford F250 recall advice
Take it in as requested, even though you had the sensor replaced in 2006. It could be that Ford has an updated part that was developed since 2006 when they originally replaced yours. You don't know what part was used back then, it could simply have been another part of the sort that fails. You should take advantage of the offer of a new sensor. But at the same time Ford has acknowledged that there is a problem with the sensor, which should put you in the box seat to have the cost of replacing the sensor back in 2006 reimbursed. I would work through the dealer, and have him make a request of Ford for the money to be paid back.Show more
Go on, convert me
VICTORIAN Autogas Supplies is developing a sequential gas injection system for the F250 and expects to have it available in six to eight weeks. Ph: 1800 620 945 for more details.Show more