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Old 05-06-2010, 09:46 AM
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Good to see

Glad to see there are no new reports of 6.7L issues since the unconfirmed report of the 6.7L fire.

Maybe Ford is onto something with this new in-house.
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Old 05-06-2010, 09:59 AM
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Yeah what ever happened with that "fire" story. Did the OP ever say anything or was it all a joke?
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Lets hope it stays this way for a long time.
I'd like to pick one of these up some day, if my pocketbook ever agrees with me.
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Yeah what ever happened with that "fire" story. Did the OP ever say anything or was it all a joke?
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There will ALWAYS be problems with anything made/used by humans.

Let's just hope they aren't big ones.
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Old 05-08-2010, 07:44 PM
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There will ALWAYS be problems with anything made/used by humans.

Let's just hope they aren't big ones.
Humans aren't the only one that has problems with their creation...
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simbols i had nightmares about that obama thing you have going.is he your hero!
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Whats Good to see is that with just a Flash,the new 6.7 is good for 400 HP and 800 torque :~)

Now if they would Ridge the cab tops on the super cabs like the C/C we would have something going On :~)

There is to much Flex in the super cab tops!

regular cab seems to be OK! but i was making the Super cab Pop this morning at the dealership and it took very little Pressure to do so :~(

C/C was Solid TUFF!
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New 6.7 owner here and have a major issue already. I'm pissed cause the Ford dealer said I was getting the new 6.7 PS, and I paid for it too. The truck even has the "6.7 badge" on the side. But when I left the lot, I realized this engine was the new 6.2 gasser. I can't hear the diesel noise? It sounds like a little gas motor. My sister-in-laws Prius is louder than this thing. Luckily, I popped the hood and realized I was wrong and that Ford just tricked me with an incredibly high-tech diesel motor. Shame on you Ford!!
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Old 10-21-2010, 08:16 AM
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UGHHH

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New 6.7 owner here and have a major issue already. I'm pissed cause the Ford dealer said I was getting the new 6.7 PS, and I paid for it too. The truck even has the "6.7 badge" on the side. But when I left the lot, I realized this engine was the new 6.2 gasser. I can't hear the diesel noise? It sounds like a little gas motor. My sister-in-laws Prius is louder than this thing. Luckily, I popped the hood and realized I was wrong and that Ford just tricked me with an incredibly high-tech diesel motor. Shame on you Ford!!
THOSE BASTARDS!!! We have one at work, I agree with you, you swear it was a gasser.

Good job Ford!
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