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post #1 of 27 Old 07-10-2010, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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Check out this picture

on the side of guys trailer at local dealership. I say good for him
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Check out this picture at a local ford dealer. This guy had the sign on the side of a trailer with other signs about the dealership. I say good for him
Where's the pic.?

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sorry about that now its up
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Sounds like he needs to find someone that knows what they are doing so it gets fixed right.

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more power to him

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Not to but your truck is bada$$!

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Are y'all kidding me? This is crap he expects someone else to fix his trucks problem when 1. Ford gave a 100k warranty...with exceptions, 2. offered a 200k warrany for a price... I know, 3. who knows how he treated the truck, maybe no oil changes, ran it with a hot tune and burnt it up, etc. This is crap, THIS IS WHY AMERICA is going to SH!T, I mean everyone wants something for free and this guy paid good hard earned money for the truck then complains that he isn't getting everything else handed to him...seriously it's the liberal way of life, 40 acres and a mule everyone should be equal. You work 40 hours a week at 100% effort and get x dollars then joe hobo works 40 hours a week at 50% effort and gets the same pay, WTF men, I may not rant if I knew more, but really he should of looked into the trucks issues and did his research before letting a salesman make a buck off him. Life rewards those that work hard and are SMART, which in todays world means doing your research before you buy and finding what the true value of a truck is.
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15k?? he could of bought a brand new engine and had it installed? there must be a story here!!!

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Are y'all kidding me? This is crap he expects someone else to fix his trucks problem when 1. Ford gave a 100k warranty...with exceptions, 2. offered a 200k warrany for a price... I know, 3. who knows how he treated the truck, maybe no oil changes, ran it with a hot tune and burnt it up, etc. This is crap, THIS IS WHY AMERICA is going to SH!T, I mean everyone wants something for free and this guy paid good hard earned money for the truck then complains that he isn't getting everything else handed to him...seriously it's the liberal way of life, 40 acres and a mule everyone should be equal. You work 40 hours a week at 100% effort and get x dollars then joe hobo works 40 hours a week at 50% effort and gets the same pay, WTF men, I may not rant if I knew more, but really he should of looked into the trucks issues and did his research before letting a salesman make a buck off him. Life rewards those that work hard and are SMART, which in todays world means doing your research before you buy and finding what the true value of a truck is.
My truck hasn't come off the hot tune for about 20k now.

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Wow..what a jack@$$. I've said it before and I'll say it again...most 6.0L problems can be chalked up to driver error...a.k.a. driver not having common sense on keeping up with maintenance and not driving the truck like a damn racecar without having the proper mods done to it...stupid people kill me.

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