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Old 11-02-2012, 06:09 AM
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Well i bit the bullet and traded my 06 dodge on a 2012 f350 daully and so far i have been very pleased. I was burned by the 6.0 from ford but i have been away from them for awhile but happy to say im impressed. So just a quick question what all can these trucks handle at a stock level as in programer and what not.
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Welcome to the dually club.....Where the pics?
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:45 PM
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Well i bit the bullet and traded my 06 dodge on a 2012 f350 daully and so far i have been very pleased. I was burned by the 6.0 from ford but i have been away from them for awhile but happy to say im impressed. So just a quick question what all can these trucks handle at a stock level as in programer and what not.
Glad to hear it! I did the trade from a 2001 dodge as well (still have it though). I love this truck and very impressed. As far as power goes the rods, pump abd turbo are stock limiting factors 480 or so is what I've seen on a stock deleted truck. If that's what you're asking


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Old 11-04-2012, 04:41 AM
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ok thanks man!! Not going to get carried away with this truck, as far as build goes. Wouldn't mind deleting it down the road but for now its staying stock. Going to build a sled puller once the money tree starts blooming in the spring!!
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