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Old 02-16-2009, 07:27 PM
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Power Stroke or Cummins?

Me and my buddy who has a Cummins, are arguing which motor will last longer.

My motor has exactly 164,001 miles on it, and his has 31,XXX.

I run 2-stroke in every tank to keep it slippery, and his was built for ULSD.

I've never had any problem out of my motor, I run it hard, and it loves it.
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Humm this thread could liven things up! lol
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Humm this thread could liven things up! lol
So answer the question lol
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Old 02-16-2009, 07:32 PM
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Whoever takes better care of their truck will last longer.....
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of course! This is a ford forum of course haha
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Whoever takes better care of their truck will last longer.....
We both take very good care of them. Id say about equally
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IS it the same buddy. (04-07) common rail?
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IS it the same buddy. (04-07) common rail?
Yup, 2006 Quad Cab long bed, 4x4 5.9 CUMMINS
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So answer the question lol
Well i prefer PSD's! Im the out cast in my family for that very reason! lol They all went through the dodge fad for awhile and now almost all of them drive duramax's. I would have to agree with the guy that said whoever takes better care of them will last longer. There all good in there own way i guess, I cant knock Dmax's to hard cause i have an 05 LLY as well lol.
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i like my ford BUT Cummins makes a GREAT motor...so cummins my vote ONLY bc parts are cheeper to keep her going TAKE care of it all will last
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