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post #1 of 29 Old 08-04-2014, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Confederate Diesel Did it again!

Hey guys,
Got my 2012 F450 back again from Confederate Diesel 3 months ago, and after 3,000 miles the truck is still running great~ I just wanted to tell everyone what a great job Confederate Diesel did on my truck. Not only did they do a great job installing my upgraded single turbo, 20k ago that they did another great job rebuilding my New 2014 OEM 6.7 motor with stronger\upgraded rods and a much needed HD oil cooler. The old motor was lacking in the oil cooling department and after towing 31,000 lbs in the Cumberland Md. mountains, the old motor with 60k miles developed a piston to valve tap. This happens when the oil stays too hot for too long. Problem is now solved thanks to Justin and his crew. The truck runs great with no problems what so ever. We have put 3k of heavy towing and it is running great. I highly recommend them.
Kevin in Lothian md.

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My magic wand broke a few years back when my crystal ball fell on it. Ruined the ball too. So we're going to have to figure this one out another way. YOU NEED A MONITOR or at least a good scanner.
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OP... Posting direct links to a non-supporting vendor here is not allowed.

CFD is DEFINITELY NOT a supporting vendor here.
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Unfortunately I had the same look as the Obama clip. Glad you are happy with your purchase. But for those who are considering the recommendation of Confederate Diesel, I STRONGLY urge you to look deeper into this company's reviews. The owner has played shady games on several forums and disgruntled customers have posted pictures of extremely poor craftsmanship and quality.

I'm not going to post to persuade anyone for or against... Just do some homework before choosing CFD, folks!

Also, check you-tube periodically. Your truck might be featured in a 0-130mph WOT run. lol

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How much did Confederate pay you to post this?
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Nothing, They don't know I posted. I got a good service and wanted to let people know. Normally only people that are unhappy post. I have been a member here off and on for a few years. I very seldom post. Its hard to keep all your customers happy, you will get the picky *****y ones no matter how hard you try to make them happy. Anyone with a business knows this. A lot of times it just the competition posting to make themselves look and feel better. If you want to talk to me in person call CD. and ask for my number.
They will know my truck. Not too many people tow the weight I tow with a modified F450 legally.
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any pics of your 450 towing and the work?

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Wait...so people who get upset about their engine falling apart are just picky?

Class act.
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That's of course, a different story...
Will look for a couple pics...
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