Super Duty F-Series
The undercarriage of the 1999 Ford Super Duty truck is featured on this double page. The featured text reads, Service ease. The new two-piece frame rails can accept a new front section as a replacement module, which makes the frame easier to service. Anti-lock brakes. Power four-wheel disc brakes are standard with all series. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes are standard over 10,000 lbs. GVWR (optional under 10,000 lbs.) Four-wheel ABS provides straighter stopping capability and greater steering control under most operating conditions. Rear-wheel anti-lock brakes are included under 10,000 lbs. GVWR. Stable platform. All models incorporate a wider front and rear track than previous designs. Efficient wiring A simpler electrical system features a single module with crash sensors built right in. Critical and non-critical functions are isolated with separate fuses for serviceability. Standard 4-wheel disc brakes. 4-wheel disc brakes are now standard on F-250 and F-350 models. This system includes a new larger master cylinder and ventilated disc brakes all around for sure stops and smooth, consistent brake pedal feel. Larger rotors. F-450 and F-550 brake rotors are larger in diameter, which provides effective braking for higher payloads. Rear brakes shown. Most 4x4 model offerings. Super Duty F-Series has the most 4x4 choices in its class. F-250/350 4x4 models feature an available electronic "shift-on-the-fly" system, the only trucks over 8,700 lbs. GVWR to do so. This system features vacuum-operated hub locks with manual override capability. Traditional manual-shift transfer case and manual-locking hubs are standard. Both systems are designed to operate at extremely low temperatures.
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