Ford’s F-Series has been around since 1948, undergoing a tremendous number of design and mechanical changes over its thirteen generations. The F-250 made its debut in the second generation, which launched for model year 1953, and was a combination of its first-generation F-2 and F-3 models. The F-250 added a quarter ton to the weight of the half-ton F-100, in addition to a heavier-duty powertrain, springs, brakes, frames, and other components, resulting in significant gains in payload and towing capabilities.
In 1998, Ford folded its F-250 through F-750 trucks into its newly-launched Ford Super Duty lineup of trucks. With its reclassification, the F-250 gained even more load-carrying capabilities. Ford also made the Super Duty series look distinctly different than the F-150, with which the F-250 had previously shared its design.
To be certain, the F-250 comes in a staggering number of cab, bed, and body style configurations. Whichever you have, F-250 truck covers from EmpireCovers offer a snug, semi-custom fit. And whether you park your truck outside, where it’s subjected to heat, UV rays, wind, rain and snow, or you keep it in the garage where less sinister dangers lurk, our F-250 truck covers are guaranteed to protect your finish.