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post #1 of 4 Old 09-14-2009, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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Looking at some 6.0ls

What kind of problems do you guys have does the cab come off for alot of the work like the 6.4l do you recommend a new time diesel buyer this motor of to get a 7.3l

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Cabs do not have to come off. Lifting the cab is over rated. All the work can be done with the cab on and engine in.
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I like the way the 6.0s run but Id love to have my 7.3 back and its reliability.
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I'm lookin also...

Newbie here and I am also on the prowl for a F250. Traveling to MS to look at one this weekend...05 model FX4 Ext Cab. I'd be interested in any suggestions as to what to look for also. I was reluctant in the beginning towards the 6.0's given their history, but after ready several reviews (here and there), maybe they are not so bad after all. Especially the newer models.

Fill my head with 6.0 knowledge please!

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