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HELP i need New Injectors Who sells the best?

Hello All

I was recently told by my mechanic that i need to replace the injectors in my 2004 F350 with 112,000 miles on it. I am going to replace all 8 of them while we have it apart. I have been looking online and i see a bunch or reman injectors. Before i forget my engine was build in july of 2003. I want to buy high quality. I am not looking to increase HP just a stock replacement. I see bosch and alliant on several sites. The alliant has a better warranty. Some say they have all new internal parts some say mostly new internal parts. Im not sure which way to go so i thought i would ask the pro s on here

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I have heard that Motorcraft from Ford is the way to go. No personal experience though but I maybe in the same boat as you.
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I prefer the full force 135cc injectors.

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Full force diesel is a great choice , they only deal w/ remans that's your best option for quality !!! The same as motorcraft remans

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Op, why did your mechanic say you needed injectors?

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X3 for Full Force...we carry them PM me if I can get you quote.
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