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post #1 of 7 Old 01-14-2010, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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Ford should do the right thing.

I love the new trucks. I can't wait to get my hands on one.

Here is the deal, Ford should offer extra discounts for customers who bought the 03-06 6.0L trucks. I feel they owe us for not helping us out with extended warranties and putting these 6.0's out there without being fully tested.

Just my opinion. What do you all think?
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When you use ether to start your truck....you shouldnt inhale the stuff!!!

sorry....couldnt resist saying what came to mind!
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yeh, the 6.0 got a bad rap, and no doubt it had its problems, and for sure ford should have stuck behind them better than they did, but I still love mine! Maybe I just thrive on challenges, but I love my truck! my

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When you use ether to start your truck....you shouldnt inhale the stuff!!!

sorry....couldnt resist saying what came to mind!
It's accually from smelling deisel fumes from the leak they can't find in the front of the motor!
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yeh, the 6.0 got a bad rap, and no doubt it had its problems, and for sure ford should have stuck behind them better than they did, but I still love mine! Maybe I just thrive on challenges, but I love my truck! my

I do love the truck, that's why i'm sticking with Ford. I just wish they would man up and helps us a little.
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They did a loyalty deal like this a few years back. They offered previous ford diesel owners 5k cash on a newer 6.0. I think this was in 06. It could happen again.

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