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Old 08-05-2014, 11:27 AM
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Anyone with hi mileage on their 6.7?

I am having issues with my 2011 6.7 at just about 100k. I wanted to keep this truck to at least 200k. Anyone out there with over 150k on their 6.7 and how has it stood up?
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Old 08-05-2014, 11:47 AM
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I've got 147,XXX on mine.
Deleted at 136k
Still going strong.
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Old 08-05-2014, 08:46 PM
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Guy next door is over 240000km on a 11 f450, it has been though a few sets of shocks. He works on the rigs and tows a lot. Still tight and going strong
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A dude on here is approaching 200k miles. I forgot his name, but pretty sure he drives a red 2011. I don't recall him experiencing many problems either...
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Old 08-06-2014, 01:57 AM
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There is a guy on YouTube with a 2011 with something like 500k+ miles. I'll try to find the video later.
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Got a friend with 134k on his with no problems yet. Never even thrown a code...
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Old 08-06-2014, 03:01 PM
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Here is the video. Keep in mind this was back in 2013.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=y...&v=D3MfNRjsX-Y
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I had 117k on mine when I got rid of it.

Multiple exhaust sensor failures after 75k.
Radiator replaced about 50k
AC compressor about 100k.
AC coils about 50k
and the biggie: complete fuel system replacement.

The first few cost me money because I didn't have the extended warranty. The fuel system cost me $10k but of course no one would take responsibility for that so at 117k it was all out of pocket. Drove 2 more weeks and AC started messing up again so away it went.
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I had 117k on mine when I got rid of it.

Multiple exhaust sensor failures after 75k.
Radiator replaced about 50k
AC compressor about 100k.
AC coils about 50k
and the biggie: complete fuel system replacement.

The first few cost me money because I didn't have the extended warranty. The fuel system cost me $10k but of course no one would take responsibility for that so at 117k it was all out of pocket. Drove 2 more weeks and AC started messing up again so away it went.

That sucks. Hopefully it's rare to have all that stuff with one truck. 117k miles should be nothing for these trucks.


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Old 08-06-2014, 05:10 PM
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I had 117k on mine when I got rid of it.

Multiple exhaust sensor failures after 75k.
Radiator replaced about 50k
AC compressor about 100k.
AC coils about 50k
and the biggie: complete fuel system replacement.

The first few cost me money because I didn't have the extended warranty. The fuel system cost me $10k but of course no one would take responsibility for that so at 117k it was all out of pocket. Drove 2 more weeks and AC started messing up again so away it went.
So what are you driving now?
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