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Old 10-11-2012, 10:25 AM
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WARNING!!!!! Everyone with a 6.4+ must read!!!

I just seen this post on Craigslist and thought that everyone with a 2008+ should see this. Read 2nd sentence!

2008 f350 125,000 miles, at 100,000 miles. the engine had to be replaced due to the DPF filter clogging up and burnt up the engine, and it was completely stock never had a programmer or exhaust on it. The Ford house replaced it with an engine that had 40k miles on it, and as soon as i got the truck back i did the DPF delete kit with the H&S mini max, 5 inch turbo back straight pipe exhaust, and S&B cold air intake. so new engine has around 65k miles. since i did DPF delete this truck has been PERFECT, it runs like a bat out of hell, trany shifts super smooth too, oil has been changed every 5k miles on the dot.

extras: -custom painted headlights.
-painted mirrirs, door handles, tailgate handle, cawl inbetween the windshield and hood.
-functional twin scoop hood that channels air tothe intake.
-both RBP grill & bumper grill
-Black rims
-all smoked LED lights
-custom built sub box for the Treo SSP 15, it Slams one of the loudest system i have heard from a truck.
-H&S mini max programmer.
-5 inch turbo back exhaust with 7 inch tip
- S&B cold air intake
-alpine door speakers
-kenwood double din screen with back up camera.

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Old 10-11-2012, 10:35 AM
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Don't understand the need for the warning. You got a used engine, but it runs perfect, are you just alerting others that they may end up with a used engine as well?
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That's not my truck. And I was warning everyone that if the leave their DPF on then it could lead to a blown engine.


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I don't see an issue. He disclosed that it has a replaced motor.
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Yes. Because his DPF blew his first one. That is the point I'm trying to prove here.


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DPF's clogging is pretty common knowledge
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:45 AM
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Nice job Sherlock, thanks for the heads up!
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Yes. Because his DPF blew his first one. That is the point I'm trying to prove here.


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Ok. Thanks for the input bud

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Don't know if you're new to the 6.4 or what, but that is pretty common knowledge (especially on these forums) by now.

News Flash! The EGR might damage your engine as well. Stay vigilant as we face this new enemy brothers!





Man, I was really scrutinizing that 2nd sentence pretty hard too. I was like, "What in the heck am I not seeing that is so alarming?"
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Old 10-11-2012, 11:22 AM
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good to know that the dpf clogs the engine OP....in other news....

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