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Built Ford Tough isn’t just a moto, it’s a lifestyle that Ford owners live by. The Ford F-250 Super Duty has the best towing and payload in its class of full size, heavy-duty trucks. It has all of the tools to get even the toughest job done. Bozeman Ford in Bozeman, Montana has all the tools to get you in an F-250 Super Duty today.

The Truck That Hauls More and Tows More

Whether you are towing conventionally or pulling a gooseneck trailer the F-250 Super Duty can handle them all with ease! For conventional towing the F-250 can handle up to 18,000 pounds. It can handle this excessive weight because the weight-bearing hitch system is built right into the solid steel frame. Pulling a 5th wheel or gooseneck trailer? The Ford F-250 Super Duty is rated for 18,500 for the 5th wheel but 22,000 pounds for a gooseneck trailer. With a solid steel frame and military grade aluminum bed the F-250 can handle anything you can throw at it.

Let The Truck Do The Work

Why work hard when your truck can work for you. The Ford F-250 Super Duty comes equipped with up to seven cameras to display all sides of the truck and can even be linked to a rear trailer camera to assist in backing trailers. When on the job there will come a time when you need to store equipment in the cab of the truck. The F-250 Super Duty in the Crew Cab and Super Cab models come with class-exclusive folding flat loading floor in the back of the cab. If you don’t have a topper or carry a mounted tool box in the bed of the truck this feature can be a life saver to keep tools or whatever you need safe from the elements.

The Right Tool For The Right Job

The Ford Super Duties comes in a variety of models within the Super Duty line. The main two options are the F-250 and F-350. These models are very similar but the main difference is the F-350 has a thicker suspension for more towing capabilities and the option to add dual rear wheels. When you decide that you need the right tool for the job stops on by Bozeman Ford in Bozeman Montana to test drive one.