Ford F-150 Accessories & Parts
- Running Boards
- Custom Grilles
- Chrome Trim
- Body Kits
- Off-Road Bumpers
- Bed Accessories
- Grill Guards
- Trailer Hitches
- Tonneau Covers
- Wind Deflectors
- Custom Hoods
- Roof Racks
- Car Covers
- Fender Flares
- Bug Deflectors
- Car Bras
- License Plates & Frames
- Vertical Doors
- Light Covers
- Bike Racks
- Wiper Blades
- Mud Flaps
- Sunroof Visors
- Armor & Protection
- Car Tents
- Spare Tire Covers & Carriers
- Snow Plows
- Custom Horns
- Auto Detailing
- Starting & Charging
- Suspension Parts
- Brake Parts
- Engine Parts
- Exhaust Parts
- Engine Cooling
- Fuel Delivery
- Steering Parts
- Driveline & Axles
- Electrical Parts
- A/C and Heating
- Transmission Parts
- Ignition Parts
- Emission Control
- Air Intake Parts
- Oils, Fluids, Lubricants
- Auto Repair Manuals
- Auto Detailing
- Automotive Tools
Ford's legendary F-Series premiered in the late '40s with the F1, the F2, and the F3. The F1 was a ½ ton light pickup, while the 2 and the 3 represented steps up in size (the F2 was ¾ ton and the F3 was a Heavy-Duty version of the F2). This was still in the somewhat "early" days of the American pickup truck industry and the F-Series represented a marked improvement over Ford's previous entrants, even offering a V8 with the first generation that threw out 100 horsepower. And over the next 30 years, the F-Series would evolve even more, seeing changes to not only the drivetrain parts, but of course to the size and shape of the model, as well as to its accessories. In 1975, the Ford F-150 debuted as a half-ton pickup, taking up the roster spot between Ford's F-100 and F-250. The truck was an instant success, accounting for over a third of all Ford F-Series truck sales in its first year on the road. It would also be the beginning to one of Ford's most prized accomplishments in the history of the company.
Once the 1980s hit, the F-150 was a prime time part of the show. There were certain changes to the Ford F-150 parts, most notably the hood was angled towards the rear and the SuperCab's windows were now split to show off the appearance of twin windows. In 1983, the engine options began to take on added size. A 7.5L V8 and 6.7L diesel V8 were offered. This was also the last year Ford would assemble the F-100, meaning that the F-150 was now the base truck. 1987 brought on even more changes to Ford F-150 parts. The front-end displayed revised accessories, such as a rectangular grille and flush headlights that required only removing the bulb upon replacement, not the entire headlight. Anti-lock rear brakes were also added, as was a 4.9L inline 6-cylinder engine with fuel injection. Within a year, all engine options would be fuel-injected. In 1990, "Touch Drive" was implemented. "Touch Drive" allowed the drivers to go into 4-wheel drive mode by simply pushing a dashboard-mounted button. As the '90s progressed, the Ford F-150 became even more aerodynamically styled. The nose was smoothed out and the bumpers were slanted back.
Ford F-Series trucks had become the highest selling model in the industry with the F-150 leading the way. That made the need for safety features even more pressing. In 1994, a driver's side airbag and side door beams became standard Ford F-150 parts. 1995 saw the arrival of the Eddie Bauer F-150 Edition. Outfitted with alloy wheels, power windows and locks, and painted in two-tone colors, it was a "luxury" version of the F-150 and did better than expected in terms of overall sales. Currently, the Ford F-150 is still at the top of the heap. It is equipped with a 4.6L V8 (245 horsepower), a higher output 4.6L V8 (292 horsepower), or a 5.4L V8 (310 horsepower). There are seven trim levels available covering bed lengths, cab sizes, and driveline configurations, giving interested drivers of this truck more than enough possibilities to choose from. Even in a climate when sales of trucks dwindled due to the economic downturn, the F-150 still held its ground. Now bolder and more convenient than ever, the Ford F-150 still provides a fistful of results with the legacy to back it up.
One of the most popular vehicles of all time, the Ford F-150 truly knows no boundaries. Still going strong after 10 generations, the complete F-Series helped define the terrain for all modern pickups. The F-150 has been a steady reminder of just what Ford can be capable of, and the model's redesigned look and capability rewarded the brand. The F-150 remains one of the only trucks to have ever received the Motor Trend Truck of the Year (2004), North American Truck of the Year (2004), and Car & Driver Best Pickup Truck (2004, 2005) all within the span of two years. Powerful and versatile, this is the truck that takes second-place to no one.
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Customer Questions & Answers
The Ford F-150 weighs between 4,051 and 5,694 pounds depending on the body style and drive wheels / engine options.
Its towing capacity is rated at 12,200 pounds.
The first Ford F-150 pickup truck was produced in 1975.
150 in the model name stands for 1/2 ton payload.
Gas mileage directly depends on engine displacement, so a 2.7-liter engine is rated at 19 mpg city / 26 mpg highway, a 3.5-liter unit provides 18 mpg city / 25 mpg highway, while a 5.0-liter engine is estimated at 15 mpg in city driving and 22 mpg on the highway.
1975 – the first F-150 was introduced;
1978 – headlights restyling (round headlights were replaced with the square ones);
1980 – the body got wider;
1987 – body lines were softened around the fenders and rear wheel arches, the front end became more streamlined for improved aerodynamics;
1992 – the hoodline was lowered, fenders and grille were rounded, the FlareSide bed was offered as an option;
1997 – the body was radically redesigned with more streamlined styling in pursuit of improved sales and a larger demographic base;
1999 – all Super Cab models received rear-hinged doors for easier access to the rear seats;
2004 – a more aerodynamic body shape;
2009 – the body was substantially restyled, with the grille and headlights remodeled;
2015 – the grille and headlights were revised, some body parts are made out of aluminum alloy.
The F-150 truck is built in Dearborn, Michigan and Сlaycomo, Missouri.
The price for the 2017 Ford F-150, depending on the trim level, body style, and options ranges from $27,000 to $63,000.