Vehicles equipped with 2 piece rear drive shafts require Tuff Country carrier bearing drop kit 20824. One tough truck that can tow anything you set your mind to. The bore is 4 inches and the stroke is 3. This is a very nice turn key truck. Manual locking hubs were still an option. What's New For 1989 Few changes graced the 1989 F-Series as compared to the.
Model year 1989 Year of manufacture 1988 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2013 Engine and transmission 5. Check also our 1989 Ford F-250 Pickup manual transmission catalog. The body is very straight, and 100% rustfree from California. Learn to axle as well as properly center and scale your load and you can pull anything. Buying a used 1989 Ford F-250 Pickup transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk.
Boy did that van drink fuel, but it towed great. In , pickup trucks were still generally restricted to work duty and seldom featured items like power window or door locks. This truck is a behemoth workhorse. Please take two minutes to check out this super clean blue 1989 F-150! The compression ratio is 8. Tows surprisingly well too for the engine size.
I have seen them tow a bulldozer, farm tractors, and lots of other heavy machinery weighing 20,000 pounds or more on a gooseneck trailer with a dovetail. Yes Review Date: 28th September, 2013 Faults: Replaced the front caliper floater pins after driver's side got stuck. I took pictures of the inside of the bed and then put the bed liner back in. Stock Number: 9J965558O Fits: 1989 Ford F-250 Pickup Automatic Transmission; 4x2, C6, 6 Cyl, 300 cid 4. Can literally pull down a house.
It's been used since then far more vigorously, and keeps asking for more. We sell only high quality used Ford F-250 Pickup automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping. Maybe they did it for emissions? This truck's chassis and powertrain was built to go 300,000 miles and tow 18,000 lbs. Other models continued to use the 5. Listed below are the Lift Kits that are designed to work with the 1989 Ford F-250.
Leading that charge-as it had since the late 1970s - was the Ford F-Series. Passenger's side power window gear is gone. It's exactly what I wanted. « « « 1989 » » » 1989 Ford F-Series Specs Ford ended the 1980s the same way it entered-number one in domestic truck sales. It's rated from the factory at 225 horses, but was seriously underrated by the manufacturer. Automatic locking hubs on four-wheel drive versions of the F-150, which had been optional since 1981, became standard equipment later in the 1989 model year. The brakes, exhaust, and suspension are all sound.
All beds were Styleside, with dual-rear wheels optional on two-wheel drive versions of the F-350. Yes Review Date: 28th February, 2016 Faults: Exhaust manifolds. The above items were mostly caused from age and sitting outside; i. General Comments: Drives as good as a new truck. Completely stock suspension, but still makes it farther than some Jeeps on Jeep trails; go figure. The bucked seat interior is very clean only showing a little ware on the drivers seat.
Minor damage to the body i. This engine achieves 150 horsepower and 260 ft-lbs of torque. General Comments: I bought this truck with ridiculously low miles last year. This one is a 1989 F250 SuperCab, with Top-of-the-Line Lariat trim. The regular cab trims are 210.