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Re: f250 with a gas motor an d six speed manual trans.

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bobs old iron

03-24-2013 21:06:33

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i have diesel and auto, was thinking of downgrading to a gasser, same questions you have, things to check if the towing cap rate, if a auto or manual is better,, the 5.4, you will have a better pulling chance than the 4.6.. being the year, check and see if those were the years with the spark plugs that give everyone fits, two pieces that break when you change them, if you don't know/do it right, or if they are the newer ones

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04-02-2013 19:10:04

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 Re: f250 with a gas motor an d six speed manual trans. in reply to bobs old iron, 03-24-2013 21:06:33  
If you buy a 05 or newer be sure it has new plugs in it when you buy it! We bought a 97000 mi 05 Expedition started missing on hard acceleration. 7 of the plugs came apart. Our Ford repair man charges 100 dollars for everyone that twists off. 800 dollars to fix it. Says new plugs are better and he put anti-seize on them. But those motors have 45 more hp than the older ones, and get just as good mileage. Vic

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ricky c

05-08-2013 21:17:27

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 Re: f250 with a gas motor an d six speed manual trans. in reply to VicS, 04-02-2013 19:10:04  
had a 08 250 5.4 pulled great but exhaust bolts break off cause they are to small and cat converter clogged up also but ford will not recall them. but they will replace free if they clog. i would get a v-10 like it better 7.3 diesel would be best 99-03

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