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Old 09-23-2013, 06:18 PM
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New 6.7 owner

Hello guys

I just traded my 04 6.0 in on a new 6.7 powerstroke. I'm new to the 6.7 side, so tell me a few things I should do. I going to put a programmer and exhaust on it soon but not right away.

A couple things I'm gonna do right away is tint the windows cab lights and bigger tires. Does anyone run the hancook dynopro in a bigger size than stock?

Thanks for any help guys. Here is a pics of my truck I'm getting
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Old 09-23-2013, 06:34 PM
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Old 09-23-2013, 06:35 PM
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Cool...want to buy some OEM 20s
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Ya I do but not at the moment lol
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Nice. There's no telling how many 6.0L owners are switching to 6.7's??
I think the 4wd front valence needs to be a 2wd one! And if you do 20's the only other thing I see is ptm front surround grill piece.
I really wish I could put a 6.7 through its paces with a gn and skid steer.
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Nice. There's no telling how many 6.0L owners are switching to 6.7's??
I think the 4wd front valence needs to be a 2wd one! And if you do 20's the only other thing I see is ptm front surround grill piece.
I really wish I could put a 6.7 through its paces with a gn and skid steer.
Ya I want to get rid of the big valance and go with a 2wd one. Id also like to get the grill surroundings painted to match like you said. It looks really good.
Im gonna stick with 18s for now but want a bigger tire on them
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I like those rims then I don't. I thought they were 17's? Anywho what made you go to a 6.7 vs keeping the ol 6o
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I like those rims then I don't. I thought they were 17's? Anywho what made you go to a 6.7 vs keeping the ol 6o
im in the same boat as you. There are days I like the rims and days I don't. That's why im thinking about putting some bigger tires on my truck to help it out some.

I had my 6.0 for 4 years and I was ready for something different. I was wanted a 6.4 but my soon to be wife said why don't you go look at new trucks, so I said don't tell me twice lol. Now im the owner of a new 6.7
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Old 09-25-2013, 04:29 PM
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im in the same boat as you. There are days I like the rims and days I don't. That's why im thinking about putting some bigger tires on my truck to help it out some.

I had my 6.0 for 4 years and I was ready for something different. I was wanted a 6.4 but my soon to be wife said why don't you go look at new trucks, so I said don't tell me twice lol. Now im the owner of a new 6.7
Dang, I think you may have a keeper there. Now tell her you need a lift kit and bigger wheels/tires!
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Dang, I think you may have a keeper there. Now tell her you need a lift kit and bigger wheels/tires!
i hope I do . No need for a lift. I want some bigger tires than I want performance. Going from a tuned 6.0 to stock sucks
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