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Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue

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steve alderman

09-28-2013 19:55:20

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those new ford disels are junk go get a dodge or worse comes to worse get a chevy

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09-29-2013 07:45:53

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 Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue in reply to steve alderman, 09-28-2013 19:55:20  
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OK, let me get this straight. He's supposed to get rid of a decent truck with a questionable engine for a good engine in crappy shipping container? Somehow I'd rather walk than drive a FIAT.


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steve alderman

09-29-2013 10:30:29

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 Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue in reply to oldtanker, 09-29-2013 07:45:53  
so keep a truck that you know the motor is going to blow up screw that go get the dodge put your half million on it granted that not very good on interiors but hell its a truck not a caddy

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David G

09-29-2013 18:35:48

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 Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue in reply to steve alderman, 09-29-2013 10:30:29  
This is an issue with a thermocouple in the exhaust, I am pretty sure the engine is not going to blow up.

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steve alderman

09-29-2013 19:23:51

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 Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue in reply to David G, 09-29-2013 18:35:48  
if you say so

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IH fan

09-29-2013 07:56:53

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 Re: First 6.7L ford diesel issue in reply to oldtanker, 09-29-2013 07:45:53  
There ya' go!!! Until recently I drove vehicles for a car dealer... drove almost everything you can think of over the last 10 years. I'd take a Ford over the other two any day! Also saw what buyers had to deal with for problems after owning them... still take a Ford! BTW, this was not a Ford dealer.

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