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Old 02-15-2007, 01:13 PM
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07 Lariat Outlaw

I was thinking of trading in my 05 F250 for an 07 250 Lariat Outlaw.

When I bought my 05 they didn't have any incentives (low APR's) but they do on an 07 Lariat Outlaw.

I think I can get the Outlaw for about the same monthly payment as my 05 and just wanted some thoughts on the differences between the 05 and 07 (besides the 15ppm fuel requirement) engines, etc.

I love my truck I have now but would you upgrade to new 07 with an Outlaw package for the same payments?

If you'll notice my garage I kind of like chrome. But I figured if I add a little chrome extras like I did on mine I might could get it where I like.

I would like to put some red racing stripes on it to match the red stripe on the sides and the interior. Does anyone know if I can get an aftermarket hood scoop for a super duty?

Thanks for your input. I just can't make up my mind.

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Old 02-15-2007, 01:26 PM
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go for it!!! just what ever you do dont buy an 08 i saw one today at the court house were i had to go for jury duty.which sucked.but any way there was one there in the lot and i have to say its ugly as crap.im glad i bought an 06
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In my search for an 07 I have seen a few 08's. I just don't know about them. Part of them I like and part I don't. I mainly like what they did with the interior. I haven't found one with a paint job I like to make up my mind on the outside, they have all been white, white w/silver, silver or red.

No FX4/Lariats and they still want 51k for them. The guy at one place said they had 2 come in but they were both sold before hitting the door. So you know they won't be giving any deals on those anytime soon.

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An '07 with the 6.0 will not require 15 ppm fuel, but that's irrelevant because you likely can't find 500 ppm fuel anywhere since the first of the year. If you like the 6.0 then go for it. You'll have 2 more years of warranty with the 07.

I also believe that the 2010 6.4 is the one to wait for. Once it has proven to be a reliable motor, I believe that you will see higher hp ratings and by then you will know that it's going to be a good motor.
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Pictures of Outlaw?
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[QUOTE=720Deere;102141]An '07 with the 6.0 will not require 15 ppm fuel, but that's irrelevant because you likely can't find 500 ppm fuel anywhere since the first of the year. If you like the 6.0 then go for it. You'll have 2 more years of warranty with the 07. QUOTE]

I was just going by the stickers on the pumps that say Low Sulphur - 500ppm is not legal for 2007 and later year models. Let me know if I can use the 500ppm because I worried when I travel if my normal stops would have the 15ppm or not. Since they technically have 2010 until the nationwide deadline.

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Didn't go with the Outlaw.

Just didn't like the Blacked Out look.
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Didn't go with the Outlaw.

Just didn't like the Blacked Out look.
you did good though
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[QUOTE=uhpilot;102340I was just going by the stickers on the pumps that say Low Sulphur - 500ppm is not legal for 2007 and later year models. Let me know if I can use the 500ppm because I worried when I travel if my normal stops would have the 15ppm or not. Since they technically have 2010 until the nationwide deadline.

Ricky[/QUOTE]

Read your owner's manual when you get some time. There should be a sentence in the 6.0 book about being able to run high sulfur diesel in a pinch. They reference more frequent fuel filter and oil changes when using higher sulfur content fuels.

Your '07 was not built to comply with the '07 emissions and does not require 15 ppm fuel.
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I haven't seen a pump yet in Atlanta that has the new fuel. The QT that I went to last week was still pumping 500ppm and the Chevron today was still 500ppm. I'm not sure if the stations are waiting until the last minute or what. I'm guessing that it is costly for them to clean their holding tanks before pumping the new stuff.
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