Ford F-700 Chassis Cab Specs

by Manny Jeter

The 1990 Ford F-700 Chassis Cab is a commercial vehicle. The vehicle is often used to tow vehicles, deliver goods and even as a crane operator. The F-700 is mainly used in the construction industry but can also be used for noncommercial purposes.

General Specifications

The Ford F-700 Chassis Cab has a five-speed manual transmission. The car uses spring suspensions to absorb bumps. It is considered a flatbed truck. The F-700 has a double steel frame setup. The truck has hydraulic brakes and power steering.

Truck Dimensions and Capacity

The Ford F-700 Chassis Cab has an overall length of 12.5 feet and an overall height of 96 inches. The truck has a 4.56 rear-end ratio. The truck has a 189-inch wheelbase. The truck has a gross vehicle weight rating of 24,500 lbs. The front access has a towing capacity of 9,000 lbs. and the rear access has a towing capacity of 17,000 lbs.


The Ford F-700 Chassis Cab runs on diesel fuel. The fuel tank has a capacity of 35 gallons. The engine has a displacement of 476 cubic inches, or 7.8 liters. The engine has a peak horsepower of 185.

About the Author

Manny Jeter began writing in 2005. He has written for the newspaper "Daily Collegian" and the website CampusLive. Jeter completed the entrepreneurial initiative workshop and earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism at the University of Massachusetts.

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