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I've had both a 6.0 and a 6.4. Get an oasis on that 6.0 and see what warranty work has been done. If it was extensive I'd probably look for another one. 06-07 are the best years for the 6.0. Most all of the problems you see from them are from lack of maintenance. I'm not going to bash the DMAX but I will tell you that I have worked on enough of those IFS front ends to never ever want one. One thing too about the LBZ is that they have a tendency to crack pistons especially with tuning. Its not a real common thing but it is out there. I personally would take a 6.0 in a heart beat. I loved the one I had. it was an 03 which was supposed to be the bad one but I never had one minutes trouble with it. One thing to consider in going to a 6.4 is that the mileage untuned with the dpf is horrible compared to the 6.0. The interior on the 08 and up trucks is really nice though. For the price difference you could stud, delete , and tune that 6.0 and have a whole lot more truck than the DMAX. Just my $.02
2008 F-250 Lariat 4X4 CC LB 6.4 PSD H&S Mini Maxx 5" down pipe back.
2000 Dodge 2500 Quad Cab 4X4 24V CTD ARP head, main ,and rocker studs, O-ringed head, Hamilton 188/220 cam, billet push rods, 110lb valve springs, balanced rotating assembly.
1990 Toyota Pickup OM617 Turbo Diesel 4x4 5spd
(Toyota Diesel Build-
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