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post #1 of 16 Old 10-29-2012, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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6.0 to 6.7

Just traded my 2004 F-350 XLT srw supercab for a 2012 F-350 Lariet drw crew cab. My 6.0 was pretty good to me but I dumped a ton of money in that thing as a precaution. This 2012 is a true pleasure to drive and the 6.7 is a beast even in stock form. Haven't been around much lately but I think I'll be spending some time here looking for pointers for the new rig. Did I mention I love this thing.

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Congrats on your New Scorpion!

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Congrats! I grow to love mine more everyday
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I bet I Love mine more...
These are such great trucks, I can't imagine life without my Scorpion!!!

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I also just upgraded from an '03 F250 6.0 CCSB to a 2012 F250 6.7 CCSB Lariat and I love this new truck. I have a grand total of 600 miles on it right now.

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Idk I love mine quite a bit lol
I don't care what anyone says about the 6.7s being junk the engine design is so simple and cool. Got about 1100miles on mine right now.
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Congrats! Mine tows 8k no problems. Have 1500 miles.

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Idk I love mine quite a bit lol
I don't care what anyone says about the 6.7s being junk the engine design is so simple and cool. Got about 1100miles on mine right now.
I'm with you, until this truck proves otherwise, I'm in Love...

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I'm glad we agree! I'm getting tired of everyone bashing the turbos and rods! These motors perform great, designed smartly and everyone worries that they are breaking 50-125 hp less than a 7.3,6.0 or a 6.6 dmax. Don't think that's a huge deal if you ask me.
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