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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Asheville/Fairview, NC
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we've got the mbe 4000's in the sterlings at work, and they seem to do all right, but everyone i know absolutely hates them. I buddy of mine is a mechanic for Covington Detroit, the main detroit diesel shop/place, whatever you wanna call it, in north carolina, and he has absolutely NOTHING good to say about them. He says there junk, and he'll tell you exactly why. i dont remember the details unfortuantly, but he says most of the mercedes he's had come in, came in with MAJOR problems just out of warranty. if i happen to see him this weekend i'll try and get the exact details on why there so bad, but i dont know when the next time i see him will be, because it works in greensboro, which is like 3-4 hours away, and only comes back on the weekends. i hardly see him.
the one's at work have only got like 17000 miles on them tho, not anywhere close to being broke in yet, so they still have a ways to go i guess.
and there definitely no where near to par with series 60, or c15, IMHO.
just my 2 cents tho. hope it helps maybe.
i prefer cat myself.
Jonathon or John Although technically i have a list of nicknames the length of I-95, so call me what ya like
Current Truck--1999.5 F350 ext cab short bed SRW Lariat 4x4 ZF-6. 4" lift, 35's, exhaust, intake, chip, and more.
Last edited by CoalRollinRoosterCruiser; 12-22-2007 at 09:54 AM.