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Next Ford will ignite the “van craze” all over again. Oh wait they already did. Transit the most popular van in North America! Woot woot!!
 

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Next Ford will ignite the “van craze” all over again. Oh wait they already did. Transit the most popular van in North America! Woot woot!!
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Next Ford will ignite the “van craze” all over again. Oh wait they already did. Transit the most popular van in North America! Woot woot!!
Sorry, I am a Ford guy through and through, but the Transit is trash, I don't care how many they sell. Pain in the ass to work on. I have seen some with well over 200k miles on them, but still, what a mistake.
Just my opinion, which is worth as much as anyone of you paid for it...
 

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Sorry, I am a Ford guy through and through, but the Transit is trash, I don't care how many they sell. Pain in the ass to work on. I have seen some with well over 200k miles on them, but still, what a mistake.
Just my opinion, which is worth as much as anyone of you paid for it...
I don’t know either way whether or not Transits are “hard to work on”. I hate working on anything anymore.

Where the Transit shines is interior volume and relative fuel efficiency.

Go out to any housing project or large construction site. If it’s not an F150 or Super Duty pulling a heavy trailer it’s a Transit van that contains a workshop for the tradesmen.

Like I said I wouldn’t have any idea one way or the other as to the difficulty in working on them. What I have observed is the popularity and flexibility Transits offer the people that work “out of them”.

Take that ☝for what it’s worth as well.
 

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I don’t know either way whether or not Transits are “hard to work on”. I hate working on anything anymore.

Where the Transit shines is interior volume and relative fuel efficiency.

Go out to any housing project or large construction site. If it’s not an F150 or Super Duty pulling a heavy trailer it’s a Transit van that contains a workshop for the tradesmen.

Like I said I wouldn’t have any idea one way or the other as to the difficulty in working on them. What I have observed is the popularity and flexibility Transits offer the people that work “out of them”.

Take that ☝for what it’s worth as well.
I don't dispute what you say. I am just not a fan is all. I miss the old Econoline. Lol
 

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Now yer king needs a super charger to keep up to a 302 😂🤭😂😭
Yeah.

480 HP...and can just barely squeak by a Tesla Model 3.









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Sure is, even thinks a windsor🤢🤮 block is better than a cleveland block 🤦‍♂️
Clevelands are junk...deal with it. 😜
 

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yep, if you can't find me on here...it means I'm at the truck stop servicing the drivers.
Everyone on YB knows this so why are you repeating yourself?
 
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