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Old 07-01-2007, 12:16 PM
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2008-2009 super duty 7.3L option

I was talking to one of my buddies he is a mechanic at the ford dealership and he told me that the 7.3 could be an order option here in the next year or 2. just wounderin if anyone else has heard the same. if it is so as soon as it becomes an order option i am goin to get me one!
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Old 07-01-2007, 12:56 PM
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thats what happens when you talk to a mechanic and not a technician
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haven't heard that yet
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I would love to see a common rail 7.3 with forged rods. ford will still run the 6.4 until atleast 2009. If this does happen everyone with a 6.4 will be screwed in a few different way including resale value. This is why I will save y50k until ford gets it right or if needed I'll buy an LBZ
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LBZ BOOOOO that man
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well hell if ford can't get their shiat together I have no other choice......and it won't be a mopar of any sort. Not because of quality, well kinda. I was treated very disrespectful recently at a dodge dealership when buying my wifes truck. Funny part is it was an employee deal and they tried to stick me with a payment of 750.00 for a 29k truck. Went to ford and got an f150 for 2k more and payment same term for 550.00. This was an employee deal because my mom works for earnhardt her in PHX. Hokie fuks

so ford either gets me a good diesel or i'll buy an 06-07 lbz. chevy atleast got that one right. The front ends are easily fixed
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