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The 2010 Roush Liquid Propane Injected F-250 offers both lower operating costs and greenhouse emissions. Operating costs typically range from five to 30 percent less than those of a gasoline-powered fleet, and on average create 20 percent less nitrous oxide, up to 60 percent less carbon monoxide and fewer particulate emissions. The Roush propane-powered F-250 will come standard with an in-bed tank offering 62-usable gallons of fuel. This will allow a range of approximately 500 miles depending on the chassis and driving habits. A under-bed propane tank will be available (with a range of approximately 250 miles) for users where range is not as important as bed capacity. There will be no loss of horsepower, torque or towing capacity on the ROUSH propane-powered F-250 as compared to the truck”s gasoline-powered equivalent. The truck will have all federal, CARB and Canadian certifications.