Ford F350 camel caravan mounting bracket
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From the appearance, the F-350 is more rugged and domineering than the F-150, as can be seen from the front face. The front face of the F-150 features a large area of chrome plating, including the entire front grille and lower bumper. From this alone, one can see the strong American flavor.
Many people have no resistance to chrome plating, and a mirror like chrome plating will attract more attention wherever it goes. However, it does not mean that chrome plating on any part will look good. Improper handling can give off a feeling of counterfeit modification. The F-350 has a front face, and there are chrome decorations on the rearview mirrors and bumper, which are well handled. Lafeng is not a copycat.
Due to the large area of the intake grille, the area of the two front headlights has also increased accordingly. The central part of the front hood also folds up with the upper edge of the grille. The fender is located near the upper part of the car door, with the F-350 logo hanging and the SuperDuty lettering.
The F-350 we evaluated has a one and a half row design. Personally, I believe that compared to the single and double row versions, the one and a half row pickup truck is the most coordinated model in terms of body proportions. However, domestic consumers prefer to choose double row models for the convenience of both passenger and freight use. From the side view, the travel of the front and rear axles is extremely large, and it even feels like the tire size is a bit too small.
The interior of the F-350 is also consistent with the F series pickup truck style, simple and rugged, without any flashy unnecessary designs. The steering wheel is Ford’s usual four spoke style, with multifunctional buttons on top. The shift lever of the automatic transmission is designed with a gear shift lever to save space on the center console.
The center console is so spacious that the central LCD display and the air conditioning control area below appear particularly stingy. Our evaluation car is a four-wheel drive model, and the switch knobs for two wheel drive and four-wheel drive are arranged on the left side of the center console air conditioning control, which is simple and practical. The 12V power socket, audio AUX, and USB interface on the center console are also complete, and there are four commonly used AUX custom switches for F series pickup trucks, which are convenient for car owners to modify.
Due to the design of the hood, a space was left on the center console, and Ford converted this area into a cup holder. In this way, a total of four water cups or beverage bottles can be placed on the center console. Ford’s designers are a bit lazy. Actually, it’s better to leave two cup holders and design other locations as storage boxes for more convenience. The armrest of the center console has always been spacious, which can meet the simultaneous use of the driver and passenger. There are partitions in the storage box below, which can fully utilize this considerable space.
The F-350 also has a second row of seats in the driver’s cabin, but the size of the seat cushion and the knee space of the rear passengers are affected. However, as the front and rear doors are facing each other, it is still very convenient for passengers to get on and off the rear seats.
The F-350 test car is equipped with a PowerStroke 6.2-liter V8 gasoline engine and a 6-speed automatic transmission. The maximum power output of this power combination is 298 kilowatts. The four-wheel drive system is a part-time four-wheel drive system that can switch between 2H, 4H, and 4L. The rear axle is also equipped with a differential lock to enhance passing ability. The F-350, like other pickup trucks in the Ford F series, features a double wishbone independent front suspension and a solid axle non independent rear suspension.
In short, the F-350 has stronger load-bearing capacity and towing ability compared to the F-150, and its design is more domineering and rugged. The powerful power and passing ability make it possible to travel a wider range of areas. If you are not satisfied with the F-150 level, then the F-350 is a better choice.