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Ford recalls 8,000 2017 Super Duty trucks for fuel strap reinforcementWed, 21, Dec 2016
Ford said it is recalling over 8,000 2017 Super Duty trucks that do not contain a proper fuel tank strap reinforcement. Separately, it's recalling about 1,300 2016 Ford Taurus sedans, 2016-17 Flex crossovers, 2017 Explorers and Police Interceptor Utilities and 2016-17 Lincoln MKT crossovers with leaky turbocharger oil supply tubes.
O say does that Guinness world record yet stand?Mon, 28, Nov 2016
In September, Chevrolet earned set a spot in the Guinness World Records by using a diesel-powered Silverado HD pickup to tow a nearly 40-foot-by-80-foot American flag for four laps around the Texas Motor Speedway. You didn't think Ford was going to just sit back and take that, did you?
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Super Duty spurs supplier rush to Ky.Mon, 01, Aug 2016
Suppliers from Thailand, Spain and France are among those putting down roots in Kentucky. The parts industry newcomers say the state is an ideal location to supply not only Ford but the Japanese, Korean and German plants that have sprung up across the Southeast.
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Faurecia opens Ky. plant to build Ford Super Duty seatsFri, 03, Jun 2016
Faurecia SA, the French auto supplier, is inaugurating a new seat plant today in Simpsonville, Ky. The plant will supply complete seat systems for the Ford Super Duty pickup, made at the Ford Motor Co. Kentucky Truck Plant in nearby Louisville.
Ford plans $1.3 billion upgrade of Kentucky truck plantTue, 01, Dec 2015
Ford will invest $1.3 billion in its Kentucky Truck Plant to support the redesigned 2017 Super Duty pickup. Ford said the plans, including a new body shop, will create 2,000 jobs, most of them new hires.
Ford F-series Super Duty adopts aluminum body, slims down for 2017Thu, 24, Sep 2015
The first-ever aluminum-bodied Ford F-series Super Duty pickup will be up to 350 pounds lighter than the current generation but offer increased towing and hauling capabilities. The 2017 Super Duty is scheduled to go on sale late next year. Ford said it has a high-strength steel frame that's 24 times stiffer, longer cabs and 16 segment-exclusive features, including LED cargo-box lighting and a remote tailgate release.