2017 Ford Super Duty

2017 Super Duty Tow, Payload, Engine Specs

The Super Duty platform received a complete redesign for the 2017 model year, including such features as an all aluminum body, an upgraded 6.7L Power Stroke turbodiesel, a higher capacity diesel exhaust fluid tank, and increased tow/payload ratings across the board. Ford's approach with regard to the transition to an aluminum body differs greatly from the weight saving techniques applied to F-150 pickups; whereas aluminum provides significant weight savings for the F-150, Ford engineers have used the Super Duty's weight savings to offset structural improvements. The Super Duty is therefore by no means a lightweight, but it's fully boxed frame does not handicap the truck's towing and payload ratings. A single sequential turbocharger (SST) returns to the 6.7L Power Stroke, which was originally replaced by a standard variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) for the 2015 model year.

While peak horsepower remains at 440, peak torque has been increased from 860 to 925 lb-ft, a 65 lb-ft improvement. The TorqShift 6R140 six speed automatic transmission returns for 2017. DEF tank capacity has been increased from 5 gallons to 7.4 gallons for Super Duty pickups (7.2 gallons for chassis cab trucks), a convenience for owners whom will now have the ability to travel farther with less frequent fill ups. F-250 and single rear wheel (SRW) F-350 models return with the same standard body and box options of past generations. Dual rear wheel (DRW) F-350 models are only available in long box configurations regardless of body type, and F-450 models return with only one configuration and drive type - 4 wheel drive, Crew Cab, long box.

The 2017 Super Duty platform also introduces Ford's patented Adaptive Steering Technology, through which steering sensitivity is increased or decreased according to a driver's commands and vehicle speed. Ford suggests that this new technology improves driving comfort, confidence, and vehicle maneuverability by tailoring the steering ratio based on real-time conditions. The steering ratio is automatically increased or decreased by up to 30%; at low vehicle speeds, steering sensitivity is increased for greater maneuverability (removing up to one entire rotation of the steering wheel, lock-to-lock). Sensitivity is reduced at greater speeds, providing a more "relaxed" driving experience.

The F-450 steals the show with a maximum 32,500 pounds gooseneck tow capacity. DRW F-350 and F-450 models also receive a heavy duty receiver hitch capable of handling a conventional trailer weighing up to 21,000 lbs. Chassis cab trucks receive a 30 hp increase in power and 90 lb-ft increase in peak torque, bringing ratings to 330 horsepower and 750 lb-ft. Pickup models are now capable of carrying up to 48 gallons of fuel and chassis cab trucks range is greatly improved thanks to a 66 gallon maximum available capacity when properly equipped. At inception, Ford had managed to earn back a magnitude of "Best-in-class" titles in both the pickup and commercial chassis cab markets.

2017 Ford Super Duty Specs

Models:

F-250, F-350 SRW, F-350 DRW, F-450 DRW Super Duty

Configurations:

Regular cab long box (142" wheelbase), SuperCab short box (148" wheelbase), SuperCab long box (164" wheelbase), Crew Cab short box (160" wheelbase), Crew Cab long box (176" wheelbase)

Engine:

6.7L Power Stroke diesel V-8

Transmission:

Ford TorqShift 6R140 six speed automatic w/ manual shift function

1 -

3.97 : 1

2 -

2.31 : 1

3 -

1.51 : 1

4 -

1.14 : 1

5 -

0.85 : 1

6 -

0.67 : 1

R -

3.12 : 1

Peak Horsepower:

440 hp @ 2,800 rpm

Peak Torque:

925 lb-ft @ 1,800 rpm

Biodiesel Compatibility:

up to B20 biodiesel (20% biodiesel, 80% petroleum diesel)

Brake Type:

Front and rear disc brakes, 14.29" rotors (F-250 and F-350 models only)

Wheel Diameter:

F-250/F-350 SRW:

8 lug 17", 18", or 20" wheels

F-350 DRW:

8 lug 17" wheels

F-450 DRW:

10 lug 19.5" wheels

Front Suspension:

4x2:

Independent twin I-beam, coil springs, gas shock absorbers, standard stabilizer bar

4x4:

Solid axle, coil springs, gas shock absorbers, standard stabilizer bar

Rear Suspension:

Solid axle, leaf spring suspension w/ gas shock absorbers

Engine Oil Capacity:

15 quarts w/ filter (increased from 13 qts for 2017 MY)

Diesel Fuel Capacity:

142", 148" WB

29 gallon (regular cab, SuperCab short box)

160", 164" WB

34 gallon (SuperCab long box, Crew Cab short box)

176" WB

48 gallon (Crew Cab long box)

DEF Tank Capacity:

7.4 gallons

Powertrain Warranty:

5 year/100,000 miles

Diesel specifications only - all specifications for available gasoline V-8 and V-10 engines have been omitted.

 

2017 Ford Super Duty Trailer Towing & Payload Specs

Model:

F-250 Super Duty

F-350 Super Duty (SRW)

F-350 Super Duty (DRW)

F-450 Super Duty (DRW)

Base Curb Weight:

6,489 - 7,104 lbs

6,653 - 7,317 lbs

7,077 - 7,694 lbs

8,590 lbs

GVWR:

9,900 - 10, 000 lbs

9,900 - 11,500 lbs

14,000 lbs

14,000 lbs

GCWR:

28,700 lbs

28,700 lbs

36,000 - 40,000 lbs

41,800 lbs

Payload:

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

Conventional Trailer Tow:

15,000 - 18,000 lbs

15,000 - 18,000 lbs

21,000 lbs

21,000 lbs

Max Tongue Weight:

10% of trailer weight

10% of trailer weight

10% of trailer weight

10% of trailer weight

5th Wheel Trailer Tow:

14,700 - 18,600 lbs

20,600 - 21,500 lbs

27,300 - 27,500 lbs

27,500 lbs

Gooseneck Trailer Tow:

14,700 - 18,600 lbs

20,600 - 21,500 lbs

27,300 - 27,700 lbs

32,500 lbs

Max GAWR, Front:

5,250 lbs (4x2)
5,600 lbs (4x4)

5,250 lbs (4x2)
5,600 lbs (4x4)

5,250 lbs (4x2)
6,000 lbs (4x4)

6,000 lbs

Max GAWR, Rear:

6,340 lbs

6,340 lbs

10,300 lbs

9,900 lbs

Available Axle Ratios:

3.31 : 1, 3.55 : 1

3.31 : 1, 3.55 : 1

3.55 : 1, 4.10 : 1

4.30 : 1

Towing and payload ratings listed as range from minimum to maximum for each model. Actual tow and payload capacity will vary by wheelbase, configuration, drive type, and optional equipment - all ratings when properly equipped. Towing and payload chart reflects diesel equipped pickups only - all gasoline V-8 and V-10 specifications have been omitted.

 

2017 Super Duty Chassis Cab Highlights

Configurations:

Regular Cab: 145.3", 169.3", 193.3", 205.3" wheelbase

SuperCab: 167.9", 191.9" wheelbase

Crew Cab: 179.8", 203.8" wheelbase

Engine:

6.7L Power Stroke diesel V-8

Horsepower:

330 hp @ 2,600 rpm

Torque:

750 lb-ft @ 2,000 rpm

Transmission:

Ford TorqShift 6R140 six speed automatic w/ Live-Drive PTO

Fuel Capacity:

26.5, 40, and 66.5 gallon available fuel tank capacity

DEF Tank Capacity:

7.2 gallons

Max GAWR, Front:

7,500 lbs

Max GAWR, Rear:

TBA

Max GVWR:

F-350 SWR

F-350 DRW

F-450 DRW

F-550 DRW

11,500 lbs

14,000 lbs

16,500 lbs

19,500 lbs

Max Payload:

F-350 SWR

F-350 DRW

F-450 DRW

F-550 DRW

4,970 lbs

8,020 lbs

9,930 lbs

12,730 lbs

Max GCWR:

F-350 SWR

F-350 DRW

F-450 DRW

F-550 DRW

23,500 lbs

24,500 lbs

30,000 lbs

35,000 lbs

Max Conventional Tow:

F-350 SWR

F-350 DRW

F-450 DRW

F-550 DRW

13,500 lbs

17,500 lbs

18,500 lbs

18,500 lbs

Max 5th Wheel Tow:
(Gooseneck)

F-350 SWR

F-350 DRW

F-450 DRW

F-550 DRW

19,000 lbs

22,500 lbs

25,000 lbs

31,800 lbs

Warranty:

5 year/60,000 miles

 

2017 F-650 & F-750 Super Duty Highlights

The 6.7L Power Stroke diesel was introduced to Ford's medium duty truck line for the 2016 model year and its offerings remain unchanged despite the major overhaul for 2017 MY F-250/350/450/550 models. New for the F-650/F-750 is Ford's 6.8L Triton V-10, which was retired several years ago. The gas engine option offers a reduced initial investment for businesses while maintaining capabilities expected from a medium duty truck. Both engines are only available with Ford's TorqShift 6 speed automatic transmission, which features dual overdrive ratios; a 2 speed rear axle is available in select F-750 models. The Power Stroke is available in three power options ranging from 270 to 330 horsepower and 675 to 725 lb-ft.

Vehicle Class:

F-650

class 6/7 depending on GVWR

F-750

class 7/8 depending on GVWR

Available Engines:

• 6.7L Power Stroke diesel V-8
• Ford 6.8L Triton gas V-10

Engine Horsepower:
(gas)

320 hp @ 3,900 rpm

Engine Torque:
(gas)

460 lb-ft @ 3,000 rpm

Engine Horsepower:
(diesel)

Standard:

270 hp @ 2,400 rpm

Optional:

300 hp @ 2,500 rpm

Optional:

330 hp @ 2,600 rpm

Engine Torque:
(diesel)

Standard:

675 lb-ft @ 1,600 rpm

Optional:

700 lb-ft @ 1,800 rpm

Optional:

725 lb-ft @ 1,800 rpm

Transmission:

6R140 TorqShift 6 speed automatic

PTO:

250 lb-ft stationary, 150 lb-ft mobile rated power take-off

Fuel Tank Capacity:

up to 115 gallon total capacity (65 & 50 gallon dual tank option)

Axle Rating, Front:

F-650

up to 12,000 lbs

F-750

up to 14,000 lbs

Axle Rating, Rear:

F-650

up to 19,000 lbs

F-750

up to 26,000 lbs

GVWR:

F-650

20,500 to 29,000 lbs

F-750

30,200 to 37,000 lbs

GCWR:

50,000 lbs w/ diesel engine

Max Payload:

varies, dependent on configuration and upfit equipment

Max Tow:

varies, dependent on configuration and upfit equipment

Engine Warranty:
(gas)

5 year/100,000 miles

Engine Warranty:
(diesel)

5 year/250,000 mile

 

 

Source: Ford Motor Company

Disclaimer - At time of publishing, there were small discrepancies in data provided by Ford Motor Company. Actual specifications may deviate from those published herein.