Dense metal alloys give the Ford Super Duty its durability and strength. These alloys are featured around the Super Duty in key areas, and they provide big advantages during different weather conditions.

Heat can warp most metals that are weak and thin. Because the Super Duty's base consists of high-strength aluminum alloys, harsh UV rays can't damage its surfaces. Underneath the aluminum, there is a dense frame that's made of steel. This steel is very rigid, so it doesn't twist, bend, or flex easily. Another ridged component is mounted on the front of the Super Duty, and it's called an axle. This axle is four by four inches, and it connects to aftermarket accessories. For example, if you place a snowplow on the axle, the Super Duty can shove ice off a driveway.

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