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Re: Ford 6.7 Powerstroke

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12-14-2013 09:51:45

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It looks as if this thread has gotten way of track,but I"ll answer what you asked. I have a 2012 6.7 Crew Cab dually with 3:73 gears.. 9,000+ miles on it so far. I use it pretty much for travel and pulling my tractors around to shows. My personal best was 20.2 MPG empty and I"m around 14 mpg when towing my gooseneck with a tractor or two on it. Now the figures I gave you are one the highway since thats what I travel the most. I"m sure if you start pulling up hills on country roads it would go down for sure.
As far as the engine goes it is insane. You really can"t tell how much power you have until you tow heavy. This engine will produce it"s 800 ft. pounds of torque at only 1,600 RPM. There really is no need to push the peddle to the floor. You would only be waisting fuel.
No major problems that I hear. Sure you will have you issues here and there with some,but over all people like them. Some where on YouTube there is one that already has 500,000 miles on it and the only hing that was replaced was the radiator. Not bad if you ask me.

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12-14-2013 15:51:17

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 Re: Ford 6.7 Powerstroke in reply to Jason1Pa, 12-14-2013 09:51:45  
I let a customer try out my truck he is thinking about upgrading from Chevy gasser. His only response after coming back was "this thing is scary powerful".

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