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Old 02-24-2014, 01:54 PM
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anyone gone from a 6.7 powerstroke to a 6.4

hey guys ive got a thought it my mind to go to a 6.4. Im just not wanting the big payment right now with getting married and stuff this year. So i was wondering if anyone has gone from a 6.7 to a 6.4 and if so whats your thoughts? Thanks Brad
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Hi Brad

i would think you would loose your arse on getting out of a 6.7 to the point that
you would either roll that amount into the 6.4 and still have a big payment or just keep the 6.7 to avoid the loss ??

i also think you might miss all the interior upgrades the 6.7 has ??
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well i was wanting to cut my payment down to save more money for the wedding and trip. I would tune ths 6.4 tho to avoid some problems and i prolly wouldnt buy a 6.4 unless it was a lariet
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if you can get out of it without losing your shirt.......im all for owing less these days,,,,, ill never buy new again you lose way way to much money.....you should like the 6.4 if you do the deletes,,, other wise you will hate the MPG and the lack of power.....but tuned, well that's a different story..
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if you can get out of it without losing your shirt.......im all for owing less these days,,,,, ill never buy new again you lose way way to much money.....you should like the 6.4 if you do the deletes,,, other wise you will hate the MPG and the lack of power.....but tuned, well that's a different story..
it will be tuned. I went from a strong running 6.0 to a stock 6.7 im ready to have more power back
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I tried trading down on other vehicles a few years back and as said earlier it usually doesnt work unless maybe you have a lot of positive equity. But good luck, hope things work out for ya.
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I tried trading down on other vehicles a few years back and as said earlier it usually doesnt work unless maybe you have a lot of positive equity. But good luck, hope things work out for ya.
thanks it was just a idea and i wanted to see what everyone thought
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put it up for sale see what happens

talk to some dealers with 6.4's see what they will do for ya

see about refinancing to a longer term lower payment

keep it stay single and be happy






oh chit did I say that last idea out loud ??


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put it up for sale see what happens

talk to some dealers with 6.4's see what they will do for ya

see about refinancing to a longer term lower payment

keep it stay single and be happy






oh chit did I say that last idea out loud ??



.The last idea is the best, but i do love her so i better stay with her
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I just recently went from a 2011 6.7 powerstroke to an 08 6.4, the 08 has less miles than my 11 had as well. Both trucks are tuned/deleted, and honestly, I'm happier with the 6.4 than I was the 6.7


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