Tremors as % of total sales

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Curious, how much super-duty, or f-series (not sure if they break it out) does the Super Duty Tremor comprise of total sales? I see a lot around here in Austin, but I'm sure different areas have a contrasting composition.
 
What I do know is 90% of the Tremors are in Texas 🤪
 
MY23+ Tremor sightings are few and far between from my personal observations here in Southern MN, and I look for them. I've seen two others aside from mine and have yet to see another standard XLT Tremor in the flesh. If the 6% allocation that dealers such as Granger had for Tremor pkgs in 2024 is any indication...I'd say its around 6% :)
 
Here were the commodity allocations for Granger and MY24 ordering. I'd assume the percentages were carried across all dealers, at least when the order books opened.

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No way to know any honest answer without being on the inside of Ford.
 
This was posted last fall for the MY24. Up to 10% of the assumed production of 330,000 Super Duty’s. Can’t remember who posted this, so I can’t give credit.
 

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Seeing that Excel sheet someone put together says if you have a KR or Platinum Tremor you MUST have a 1% truck.


Honestly I'd agree with an overall Tremor production number in the mid-range 5% give or take very little There's WAY too many trucks produced for larger fleet orders. Not to mention the DRW trucks that make up the overall total production numbers. The overall production number seems reasonable, I've seen overall numbers over 250k per year for Super Duty trucks.

EDIT: On another forum they show numbers overall F150-F550 trucks (cause that's how Ford reports it) over 450k units. Some numbers show 550k total units.
As stated by a poster :

A couple of observations regarding Ford Pro and commercial sales: First, a direct comparison with GM in full size trucks is a little tough as Ford includes F-150 through 550 as 'F Series' sales. Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra sales are inclusive only of 1500 through 3500 models, 4500 through 6500 sales are considered 'Silverado Medium Duty' sales. It indicates Ford pickup sales are likely slightly weaker against GM than the charts indicate. The Ford 'Heavy Truck' category is 650/750 and I believe F53 sales. The GM equivilent would be the Silverado 6500 only as GM does not offer a stripped chassis.
 
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King Ranch in monochromatic with 5th wheel prep package, power running boards, pro trailer, factory bad liner.

Definitely rare based on that info
 
King Ranch in monochromatic with 5th wheel prep package, power running boards, pro trailer, factory bad liner.

Definitely rare based on that info

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