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Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Corpus Christi
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Weren't there something like 250,000 6.7s sold in 2011? You would be hard pressed to find maybe a few dozen that have complained about early failure of the turbo, and then find even fewer that can prove it wasn't from some mod or just bad driving practices.
So, after searching for all the threads related to problems and finding perhaps 12-15 legitimate turbo failing issues, I'm pretty sure the percentage of overall turbo failures is around .002%
Pretty good odds that you'll find a good truck.
Considering DHS has over 16,000 in their fleet, US DOD has over 80,000 in their, and Local State First Responders have over 100,000 in theirs....you can probably buy the truck and be pretty happy.
I love mine.
2016 F450 Platinum FX4 CC LWB
2016 Chaparral 360IBL Fifth Wheel: 15,500lbs
GONE - 2011 F250 FX4 6.7L Lariat Ultimate