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Old 09-29-2009, 08:54 PM
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My husband and i have been looking or a truck for me for a while now!! i am a women who like loud diesel truck but not sure which one is right for me!! and me and my husband cant agree to disagree about it so plz give me ur advie and let me know!! thanks
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Old 09-29-2009, 08:58 PM
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Welcome to the Addiction um I mean Org! I say get any version of Power Stroke you want. The 7.3 is bulletproof and can be very loud, the 6.0 is what I have and I love it. Just ask my neighbors if it is LOUD and the 6.4 is great as well.
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see my husband has a 7.3 and he loves it but he uses his as a work truck and its a manual i really dont like t drive one!! i know that it s has to has stacks on it and i have to blow smok!!!
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Well it really depends on your price range and what you want to do with the truck
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no more than 25K, has to fill the shoes of husbands 7.3 if it has to go in the shop 4 a couple of days!!
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Old 09-29-2009, 09:13 PM
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no more than 25K, has to fill the shoes of husbands 7.3 if it has to go in the shop 4 a couple of days!!
Ahh.. you could get you a nice 6.0l and fix it up for that
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So far, both the 7.3 and 6.0 will do what you're asking. 6.0's can be good daily drivers with some towing mixed in. Tho, as a mechanic I prefer the 7.3. Both have a huge aftermarket following too.
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Old 09-30-2009, 03:11 PM
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wat yr of the 7.3 is better??
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get a 6.0 and smoke your husbands 7.3 i owned both. 2 of each motor and love the 6.0's way more.
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wat yr of the 7.3 is better??
You want a Super Duty or OBS?
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