Posted by Gearhead210 on January 07, 2013 at 11:06:17 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 35 vs 40 posted by Jason S. on January 07, 2013 at 09:09:15:
The engines are the same. The rear ends are (basically) the same. The steering is different, both had their issues but I would say the F40 is better since it doesnt use the power steering under the column. It is however more prone to "wheel shake" at road speed than the 35 counterpart. If the 40 is a row crop with the 38" rears, DEFINITELY go with that. Not only because it is more unique (from a collector's standpoint), but because it gives better traction with the tall rears. Personally I would go with the 40, we own a 35, 135, F40, and a 65. The 40 would get you the $700 difference back in resale down the road later if you don't like it
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