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Old 06-26-2010, 07:20 PM
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Anyone regreting trading 6.0 for 6.7?

thinking about trading paid for 6.0 for 6.7, does it bother you when it regenerates? pissing raw fuel in tail pipe seems like a waste.
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Old 06-26-2010, 09:58 PM
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thinking about trading paid for 6.0 for 6.7, does it bother you when it regenerates? pissing raw fuel in tail pipe seems like a waste.
You do not see this happen, And i do not regret the trade up.
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Old 06-27-2010, 01:17 AM
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I'm currently trying to figure out how to swing a new 6.7 WITHOUT trading my paid for 6.0. I like it so much I can't think about letting it go. I might sell it to my son with a "you can drive it sometimes" agreement just to keep it in the family.

Those new trucks are real tempting though....
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I have had not regrets since I trade my '05 6.0 in for my new truck...



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Old 06-27-2010, 06:33 AM
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I regret that I can't trade right now because of the $$. Hopefully soon someone that get my '04 PSD and I'll get the new shiny one. I'm pretty sure I could remove the cardboard off my garage floor if I get a new truck w/o oil leaks.
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I regret that I can't trade right now because of the $$. Hopefully soon someone that get my '04 PSD and I'll get the new shiny one. I'm pretty sure I could remove the cardboard off my garage floor if I get a new truck w/o oil leaks.
BAAAhahahahahaa!
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Old 06-27-2010, 07:55 AM
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I have driven both I dont see why you would miss the 6.0 going to a 6.7.
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I have had not regrets since I trade my '05 6.0 in for my new truck...



is this the ford factory installed hitch?? just curious i really like that look as opposed to the twin rails mounted to the bed floor..
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Old 06-27-2010, 01:21 PM
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is this the ford factory installed hitch?? just curious i really like that look as opposed to the twin rails mounted to the bed floor..
It is not the Ford branded hitch but it is the same hitch, the Reese Elite 25K. Ford is rebranding the Reese Elite 25K hitch when they sale it as a Ford Accessory.
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I've put off test driving one, afraid it would follow me home. The rebates are still to low. Two of my brothers came home with the new Dodge's.
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