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Old April 8th, 2013, 09:32 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Haggar View Post
oops it appears a dude from texas decided to drag up a 5 month old post.lol...
My bad. Didnt notice that on my phone.

And I am FROM Michigan. Just stuck in Texas for now. ;)

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Old April 28th, 2013, 11:27 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by bdd1469 View Post
True, but....... I know of several "nice" fords that have been scraped, traded in for a huge loss, or are sitting in the weeds because they have a bad gem. You can fix a exaust stud, you cant fix a ford, only put new parts on it.

To the op, google "ford, bad gem?" Before you spend a nickel. Then google 6.0 powerstroke lemon. Have fun reading. I refuse to spend "good" money on a ford when they screw their loyal customers like they have.
Wow, good experience form a non owner. I have had less trouble with my 6.0 than my dad has had with his 7.3..... Then again the 6.7 has beat them both so far.

Then again my truck was the one we had to do ball joint on one side at less than 100k. The other 4 it took much longer.
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