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Re: Powerstroke 6.7 0wner feedback

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I have a 2014 reg. Cab. I'm a roofing contractor and always have a dump trailer hooked up, along with 1000lbs of ladder rack and tools. I get 13.5 -14 mpg all the time. If I unhook the trailer it levels out at 15.7. Have 5000 miles on it so far. I like the transmission and have gotten used to adding urea. I'm hoping the electronics hold up, but everything had electronics now. Only thing I don't like is the 25gallon fuel tank. But if you get extended cab or 4 door and a long bed you get a bigger tank. Guess there's not enough room in the shorter wheelbase trucks. I can have 8000lbs of shingles in the trailer and easily go 75mph up our mountains. 100000mile powertrain warranty.

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05-26-2014 12:39:55

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 Re: Powerstroke 6.7 0wner feedback in reply to jlg, 05-26-2014 10:57:47  
You asked for what rear too- I believe mine is 3.55. I know it's not 3.73 like my last truck, and there was a higher ratio than mine, 3.30ish. Last truck had 5.4 gas. My brother has a 2000 f250 with a chipped 7.3, and the 6.7 has more all around guts than his truck. A diesel shop nearby has a 6.7 they claim to be over 700 hp and are just now starting to beef things up internally.

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