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...my thoughts? If it is something serious you want the problem now. I would get a second opinion from a second dealer, if they say 'it ain't broke, we have nothing to fix', I would cease to baby it... I would load it up, nail it, stress the drivetrain the way it was engineered to be driven. This is a worktruck powertrain and is engineered to haul equipment in 115 degree temps up an incline...working. If at that point it breaks, call Ford, let them pick it up, and call you when its ready.
My .03 cents, I have pushed this truck harder, longer than any other truck I have owned, it is an awesome powertrain. I would not hesitate to work it...for a .03 cent opinion, you also have the value!!
If Ford says it isn't a problem, I would grab their card, say thank you and roll...working it.
Driving: 2011 Pale Adobe...F-350 CC 6.7 FX4 3:55-Locking Rear End-Dual Alternators-premium Lariat, moon rf, added wheel flares, 2-tone black base
Picked up 4/29/10 as of 06/20/2012 109,000+miles