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Old 07-06-2010, 11:15 AM
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2011 super duty in mexico "not dpf or

Hey guys thought I would share this info with you. I took a small vacation to visit some family in mexico, and I spotted an 2011 f250, looked really good, I thought it was a gasser b/c it had a sinlge tip exhaust not double like here in the states. The guy flowered it and it rolled some coal and I was like what the heck, delete already So I made a stop a the dealer to check one out, the first thing i did was check out the exhaust, there was no DPF or wired lines on the exhaust, i doubled checked to see if it had a 6.7 diesel and it did. The only thing on that exhaust was a cat and a muffler thats it. Then I went over to open the tank lid and there was no DEF cap to put the fuild in. I asked the sales man about it and he was like . I think thats the way those trucks should be sold here in the states. I know the superduty before that one dose have a dpf bc my freind has one over there, but these new ones are clean no emmission junk on them. Might have to trade my sierra denali i have over there for an f250 and then bring it to the states. Sorry no picks
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Old 07-06-2010, 11:43 AM
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So..are you saying you went to a ford dealer in mexico and saw this? I am confused.
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So..are you saying you went to a ford dealer in mexico and saw this? I am confused.



I spotted one on the road while i was in mexico, so I went to the Ford dealership over there, and checked it out.
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So it still had a DPF just no urea treatment? But by design, doesn't the urea treatment give you slightly better fuel economy?

Could you buy a truck in Mexico?

Seems to be a way to get around some of the emissions, being that it is a stock truck.

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Old 07-06-2010, 02:05 PM
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Could you buy a truck in Mexico?

Seems to be a way to get around all the emissions and warranty issues, being that it is a stock truck.
The problem is in order to license it here it would have to be made us emissions legal Until the paperworks was done and you had your title and tags anyway
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You might have some crap with getting it titled/registered in the states. It would probably have to be emissions compliant. It's ashamed, I looked at a 2011 the other day and you can't even smell the diesel???? WTF? No fun in that. How much was a truck down in Mexico?????????
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So it still had a DPF just no urea treatment? But by design, doesn't the urea treatment give you slightly better fuel economy?

Could you buy a truck in Mexico?

Seems to be a way to get around some of the emissions, being that it is a stock truck.

It had no DPF or lines on the exhaust, just cat and muffler from what i could see. Yea you can buy a truck there and import it here, but i'm pretty sure it wont comply with us emission laws, they do check that. I also read on a tread a while back, that the new engine was made in mexico, mybe thats why it doesn't have any emmisions crap on it. Its weired over there but in a good way bc you can also by a 2009 dodge 2500 cummins with a 5.9 in it and over here the last year produced was 2007. Also there is no ulsd overthere in mexico, not that i have seen. maybe near the border.
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maybe i should move to mexico!!
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You might have some crap with getting it titled/registered in the states. It would probably have to be emissions compliant. It's ashamed, I looked at a 2011 the other day and you can't even smell the diesel???? WTF? No fun in that. How much was a truck down in Mexico?????????
It doesn't hurt to try and bring one over here. You can import a car or truck from mexico to the US, all you have todo is pay taxes, but on that 2011 f250 it my not comply with the emission laws here, but you can bring one. You can also bring it over for temporary for visit, but if you're an American Citizen bring over a mexican car to the States, good luck they will give you hell at the border crossing, I know from experienced. They can even impound your car. price for a 2011 f250 4x4 cc, about $558,000.00 pesos / 12.3 about $45,000.00 usd and this does not include the one that has leather. everything else ecept leather.
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maybe i should move to mexico!!
its looking that way lol i thought about canada but i like my women in bikinis so that wouldnt work lol
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