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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Union City, PA
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Very happy with mine. I researched all 3 before I chose Ford. I hung around the discussion boards/forums. I read about issues that people had with all 3. I drove all 3. I bought Ford. Why? Well, Ford had to prove itself with this engine. And, it did! Ford has focused on quality in their product, and my truck is no exception.
The sensors in these trucks are probably the weak point (for Duramax and Cummins as well). They all employ DPFs and catalytic systems to meet emissions requirements. Their are two main producers of those sensors - Continental and Bosch. So, it really doesn't matter whether if it's on a Ford, GM or Ram.
I am amazed at the power and fuel efficiency of my F350. It runs strong. I really enjoy driving it. It's very capable. Are Ram and GM too? Yep. I just like the features, quality, power and efficiency of my Ford.
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!