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Old 08-22-2012, 12:35 AM
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2011-2012 Single Cab Short Bed Super Dutys being produced in Mexico

Hi, i wanted to know if there was anybody that could confirm if single cab short beds are being produced in mexico? ive seen all these pics from a wheel store in mexico im starting to think they are producing them like that because it doesnt look like they have been messed with...














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Old 08-22-2012, 03:07 AM
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only in Mexico would people buy something that ugly
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If I was planning on buying one to be a track truck and dropping it I would love to have that set up
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That's a pancho villa get away truck!
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If I was planning on buying one to be a track truck and dropping it I would love to have that set up
Yep. But with a 6.4 instead of a 6.7.
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I thought ford weren't using anymore international engines since 2010?, in those picture the trucks have the 6.7 badge
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It possable they could be making them there. One thing to remember is that different countries do different things. I remember one time I was in Mexico and saw a real nice F-150,but noticed that the badge said E-50 instead. To give you another example while I was in South America I noticed there were quite a few Jeep Liberty's however they were not called Liberty's. It was their Cherokee.. You'll also find many different models made by the big 3 that we can't even get here.
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I thought ford weren't using anymore international engines since 2010?, in those picture the trucks have the 6.7 badge
You're correct. What I meant was that I'd rather have the 6.4 in that platform than a 6.7.
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Old 08-22-2012, 12:09 PM
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meanwhile en Mexico:



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No emissions BS in Mexico either. Free flowing exhaust on the reg cab short box 6.7!
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