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post #1 of 5 Old 01-15-2011, 07:18 AM Thread Starter
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Trade 08 6.4 for 07 6.0?

Okay guys.

First I have an 08 CC 2wd short bed that I bought 2 years ago. We use it for hauling the fiver and going to deer camp, that is basically it. In two years I have put 9300 miles on it... and 500 of that was driving it back from the dealer I found it at.

Now I have an opportunity to trade for a 2007 CC Long bed 4x4 with only 39,000 miles on it. Mint inside and out.

With my trade I would walk away with the 07 for $28,000. Basically my payment would drop 130/month, and I would be upgrading to a 4x4, no more DPF ( sucks), and getting a long bed.

I had an 03 7.3, ( wish I never sold it).

What would you do?

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trade if you need a 4x4 and now youll have a engine that is a ton easier to work on and cheaper to fix.

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find another 7.3 and trade for it


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Trade it as long as it's in good shape. Still plenty in warranty so address everything that is known with those engines, mainly the coolant, and go from there.
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Funny you should ask this question. Earlier in the week I posted just the opposite on the 6.4 forum as I was looking at going from an '04 F350 to a '10 F350 (link below). As you can tell, most of the 6.4 users told me to stick with the 6.0. Although to be honest, I LOVE the interior on the 6.4s so much more than mine. But for now, I stick with what I have.

'10 F350 w/6.4 or stay with '04 F350 w/6.0?
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