The toughest, smartest, most capable Super Duty® ever

We’ve engineered the 2017 Ford Super Duty® to be the toughest, most capable, hardest- working Class 3-5 chassis cab we’ve ever built. The cab is made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy that’s lighter than steel yet incredibly strong. We took some of that weight savings and reinvested it where it counts the most in a work truck — in stronger axles, chassis and steering components, and an all-new fully boxed under-cab and C-channel aft-of-cab frame built of 95 percent high-strength steel. That means greater hauling and towing capability on the tough jobs you face every workday.
All-new high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy body

High-Strength, Military-Grade, Aluminum Alloy Body

The 2017 Super Duty® Chassis Cab is the only truck in its class* with a high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy body. Aluminum alloy is lighter than the steel previously used, yet it's immensely strong. It's also more dent-and ding-resistant and not subject to red rust corrosion. Along with this lighter body, Super Duty Chassis Cab has a new fully boxed under-cab frame and a C-channel aft-of-cab frame, both built of 95 percent high-strength steel.
 *Class 3-5 Conventional Chassis Cabs based on Ford segmentation.

Fully boxed under-cab and c-channel aft-on-cab frame

Fully Boxed Under-Cab and C-Channel Aft-of-Cab Frame

The 2017 Super Duty® Chassis Cab features an all-new fully boxed under-cab and C-channel aft-of-cab frame made of 95 percent high-strength steel with up to 10 crossmembers (8 through-welded). Torsional rigidity is eight times greater than the previous design. The redesigned C-channel frame easily accommodates a wide range of upfits from flat and dump beds to wrecker, service and delivery bodies. Only in the Super Duty Chassis Cab do you have a matching of aluminum alloy body and steel frame this revolutionary in Class 3-5 work trucks.*
*Class 3-5 Conventional Chassis Cabs based on Ford segmentation.
Stronger axles and chassis

Stronger Axles, Chassis and Driveline Components

Not only did we make the frame of the 2017 Super Duty® much stronger than before. Axles, suspension, brakes, driveline and transfer case are larger and heftier for greater strength and capability. More than ever, our Super Duty line of chassis cabs is up to the task of taking on the toughest jobs in the most demanding industries.
Larger and stronger brakes on F-450 and F-550

Larger and Stronger Brakes

We’ve made the components of the 4-wheel anti-lock brakes in F-450/F-550 models larger than before, with the largest rotors in class* — and for two important reasons. You want them to provide the sure stopping power you expect when you’re out on the job hauling tons of whatever it is that’s riding along with you behind the cab. And you want them to last, because having to replace brakes too often can be a real drag on your bottom line.
 *Class 3-5 Conventional Chassis Cabs based on Ford segmentation.
Over 12 million miles of testing

Over 12 Million Miles of Testing

A truck as revolutionary in strength and durability as the all-new 2017 Ford Super Duty® isn’t born overnight. And it doesn’t come along very often. We committed this latest generation of the Super Duty to over 12 million miles of testing, under conditions simulated and real. We also put prototype models in the hands of people like you, working in some of the most demanding industries. Our goal: Build a line of Class 3-5 trucks with extraordinary performance and capability never before heard of — that is, until now.
Engineered for the extremes

Engineered for the Extremes

We evaluated the new Super Duty® on computers and dynamometers in the lab, then tested it at the proving grounds and on public roads and highways at temperatures from -20 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. We conducted thermal shocks that swung ambient temperature 250 degrees Fahrenheit in under two minutes, as well as powertrain tests that replicated going up a six-degree grade over 500 miles. We subjected Super Duty to four-post frame twists, gravel, dust, water, salt brine, mud baths and even intentionally tested with worn or broken parts. We’re talking here about extreme conditions that often went far beyond what you would likely encounter on your toughest of jobs.

Try to avoid water higher than the bottom of the hubs and proceed slowly. Refer to your owner’s manual for detailed information regarding driving through water.

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