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Re: O.T. - Engines, Which is Better ?
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Cummins builds some tough engines. In your question, you specified the 7.3 Power stroke. The 7.3 was a tough workhorse, but I understand that they are no longer produced. So one would have to really check out the pros and cons from those who own the newer engines. While diesels do have a reputation for lasting a long time, you have to ask your self, will I actually save any money over the long haul with a diesel? Fuel is more expensive, they require more maintenance, Fuel and oil filters are more expensive. They require more oil per change. and they cost more initially. Just my thoughts.
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