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  • I just bought a '13 F250 dedicated CNG truck, BAF conversion

    Hi, Everyone: I just bought a 2013 F250 Super Duty with a BAF conversion. There's no BAF owner's manual supplement in the glovebox and I've not had any success finding one online. Was this type of supplement provided by BAF for the owner? Does anyone know how I can get one? I've emailed BAF/Westport twice this week but have not received a reply, which is a bit disheartening!
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    Try this link and call, not e mail http://wingpowersystem.service.westport.com/

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    • #3
      Here is the manual you need.
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        I was looking at purchasing this type of truck as well. 2013 F-250 BAF dedicated CNG. I was getting ready to pull the trigger until I stumbled across the BAF Modification sticker in the door that stated the adjusted payload capacity was 1509 lbs. Wow that is less than most F-150 ratings. The CNG system with protections can't weight more than a couple hundred more pounds and a normal 2013 reg cab F-250 payload is rated at 4240 lbs. That is a huge difference. Why? Is it a safety issue dealing with spring compression and ground clearance? Wouldn't this affect the maximum towing as well? Thoughts?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by taxing View Post
          I was looking at purchasing this type of truck as well. 2013 F-250 BAF dedicated CNG. I was getting ready to pull the trigger until I stumbled across the BAF Modification sticker in the door that stated the adjusted payload capacity was 1509 lbs. Wow that is less than most F-150 ratings. The CNG system with protections can't weight more than a couple hundred more pounds and a normal 2013 reg cab F-250 payload is rated at 4240 lbs. That is a huge difference. Why? Is it a safety issue dealing with spring compression and ground clearance? Wouldn't this affect the maximum towing as well? Thoughts?
          Don't know why the payload is reduced so much. If it has 2 tanks, try about 700 - 800 pounds of fuel tanks.

          Some CNG vehicles have a lower towing capacity, slightly less power. Some bi fuel vehicles recommend towing on gasoline only.
          Last edited by Lakewood90712; 06-06-2019, 01:53 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wledwards View Post
            Here is the manual you need.
            Do you have the "2011" F250 350 450 550 BAF Dedicated CNG Manual.pdf

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            • #7
              2011-2016 F-250 Dedicated CNG systems should all use that same manual as far as I know. You can contact Westport in Dallas to make sure.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by wledwards View Post
                2011-2016 F-250 Dedicated CNG systems should all use that same manual as far as I know. You can contact Westport in Dallas to make sure.
                ok thanks I have been trying to contact Westport for a while but no callbacks. I will compare the harness with the 2013 version and go from there

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