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Re: O.T. - Engines, Which is Better ?

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Hoof print

11-22-2013 19:12:28
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The 7.3 and the 12 valve cummins are both excellent engines, and they will both give execellent service. Pick the truck you like the best and enjoy it.




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JMOR

11-22-2013 20:02:03
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 Re: O.T. - Engines, Which is Better ? in reply to Hoof print, 11-22-2013 19:12:28  
With all respect to DR. Walt, I must say that these kinds of questions are really not worth asking. Every AH out there has to defend whatever he has made the decision to buy......otherwise he would be saying, "hey look at me, I am an idiot & bought this POS!"



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Dr. Walt

11-24-2013 03:14:57
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 Re: O.T. - Engines, Which is Better ? in reply to JMOR, 11-22-2013 20:02:03  
JMOR:

I thought the purpose of these forums was for people like myself that need answers to questions can get those answers from the vast array of people that DO have the answers.

I know absolutely nothing about diesel engines for pickup trucks other than the Cummins 5.9 & the 7.3 Powerstroke are both very good engines; BUT . . . I ask a plain, simple, and honest question and everyone acts as if I committed a crime to dare to ask the question.

All I want is the PRO's & CON's from BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE.

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varmint

12-22-2013 07:43:17
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 Re: O.T. - Engines, Which is Better ? in reply to Dr. Walt, 11-24-2013 03:14:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

USED to be that way but a lot of bs being spred now



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