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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Union City, PA
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You bought a good truck. You can check any forum (Ram, GM, Ford) and find problems. But, the 6.7 is proving to be a great platform. Follow the proper maintenance schedule.
I have a 2012 with 30,000 on it and it's been a reliable, powerful, efficient truck. I am really happy. I had one CEL at 24,000 for an EGT sensor. Took to dealer (truck ran fine) and they put in a new one...no issues.
The emissions on these trucks (Ram, GM, Ford) are all similar in nature. DPF, DEF, EGR - and lots of sensors. That does make for more failure opportunities.
My truck is stock. While I like the idea of not having the DPF and regens, etc....I also like a clean truck and warranty.
2012 F350 CCLB 3.55 ELD with 20s. Lariat package, Chrome, FX4, Clearance Lights, Rapid Heat, Two Tone, Upfitters, HD Alternator, 5th Wheel prep, Truxedo Lo Pro Tonneau. Linex. On board air and shocker XL train horns.
THIS THING ROCKS!