Ford Super Duty – F-350 Auto Transportation

1999–2004 Ford F-350 crew cab duallyThe Ford F-350 is part of Ford’s F-Series line, which until 1998 included the F-150 through F-450 variants. In 1998 Ford moved the F-150 to a separate line, making the F-250, F-350 and F-450 variants into what is known today as the Super Duty lineup. The Ford F-230 comes in four variants: the XL, XLT, Lariat and King Ranch. All four F-230 models feature the same engine options: either a 6.2L V8 gasoline engine, or a 6.7L Power Stroke V8 turbodiesel, as well as the same two bed options: a 6 3/4ft bed or an 8ft bed. The XL and XLT both come with either a regular cab, crew cab or SuperCab, depending on which model you choose, while the Lariat only features a craw cab or a SuperCab, and the King Ranch only features a crew cab. The F-350 features the same model names with the exact same features as their F-250 counterparts; they’re just bigger because they’re 350 models.

 

The Lariat comes with adjustable pedals standard, while dual-zone air conditioning is available on only Lariat and King Ranch models The trucks of the F-350 line are priced according to what they can do, their size, and what they come available with. The F-250 XL comes in at $29,455 MSRP, which is pretty good for such a large truck. The XLT is priced at $33,130, the Lariat at $40,265 and the King Ranch at $47,575. If you’re looking at buying an F-250 out of state, however, and hiring and auto shipping company to get it to you, here are a few things you may want to be aware of before doing such a thing.

 

The F-350 models are even larger than the F-250, which are all overweight as is. The XL and XLT models might be small enough to get away with putting them on a standard auto transport carrier, but the Lariat and King Ranch models are definitely going to be too big to fit, and will require a special flatbed transport truck in order to haul them. The price, too, will increase, should you have to ship it on a flatbed, because flatbed auto transporters aren’t what we call “common” on the road…at least not like your typical ten-car transport truck. Every commercial truck is required to stop at weigh stations, to make sure that their truck is not over the maximum weight limit – if it is, fines can happen, not to mention huge delays for transporters. Most auto transportation companies won’t bother with trying to fit an F-350 onto a regular truck; it just can’t happen. Make sure to let your auto transportation company know which specific F-350 model you’re shipping, so they can find the right carrier for you. You can also learn more about the F-350 by visiting the Cars.com page about it here.

 

No matter which F-350 you happen to be shipping, however, Automobile Shipping Quotes is here to help. You can fill out our free auto transport quote request form and receive up to ten free auto shipping quotes from companies who know what it takes to ship an F-350 to anywhere, from anywhere in the United States. They’ll inform you as to what exactly needs to happen with your specific F-350, as well as what you’ll be paying and why you have to. An F-350 will cost more than a Hyundai Sonata to ship, so be prepared for that. You are also welcome to call our toll-free telephone number and speak to our own live representatives about your specific transportation needs and requirements. So fill out our free auto shipping quote form, or call our toll-free number, and see what Automobile Shipping Quotes can do for you.

 

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