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Re: Calling 6.7 Cummings Owners

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04-04-2013 11:20:30

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Well Ford Frame Are some of the Worst/ Extra Hole made in Them,Great Axals Dana Axals Are Made By Chysler Corp =Made Cheaper for Ford Trucks /Ford Trucks Needing Extra Springs Added to Keep The truck Riding Level /Bumper Draging on the Road /Death Wobble = Stablizer Cylinder =even Fords Used Them /7.3 ,6.7 Ford [ IH ,Ford Junk Shared Motors] ,Most of the ones Around here Need Repairs or Replacement by ther time they get 50000-150000 miles on them, Good Where ? /Transmissions Most of Fords Transmissions are made for them ,at Chysler Corp Factorys .As for Cummins Motor in a Ford Trucks = to Dodge trucks / Cant Happen Do to the Contract with DODGE & CASE [Tennico Corp ]Who Fronted The Dollers To Come Up with these New Style Cummins Motors/ If Dodge trucks Use the Motors = Ford Can NOT Use them.

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04-13-2013 03:24:09

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 Re: Calling 6.7 Cummings Owners in reply to D-C-741, 04-04-2013 11:20:30  
DC, you have some factual issues. Dana Corp is not part of Chrysler and in the larger Ford trucks they use a Sterling axle. Chrysler and GM both use AAM (American Axle Manufacturing) axles...

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