Super Duty

I have a 2001 Ford F-350 5.4 liter 5 speed with 376,000 miles. All stock it has the origanal clutch, The only part replaced was the coil packs, Runs and drives as well as a new truck. I tow a 35 foot bumper pull travel trailer with this truck. It was purchased from Gene Evans Ford in Atlanta Georgia and was purchased as a Compressor maintenance service truck.Which it traveled the entire state of Georgia for several years All service has been preformed by Gene Evans Ford. This is a

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I would really enjoy seeing a super duty with a "Manual transmission" option. My first vehical was a 1995 F-350 with a manual transmission (5 speed) and had a 7.3 liter diesel engine. When I towed trailers I felt that I had more control over my load with the manual transmission. But now that I'm looking to continue with the ford super duty line of truck I'm told that this option is not valid anymore. Yes, I have driven a super duty with an automatic transmission while hauling a load and I truly felt a lack of control over the trailer compared to that of my manual F-350. Also, in todays world a maual transmission might actually act as a anti theft device due to the fact that a lot of younger people now a days do not know how to drive a manual. I would just like to see a "manual transmission" option return to the consumer. Let them decide whats best for their needs. Thank you for your time. 
Super Duty Series with manual transmission
By: Ken A.
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