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Old 04-27-2011, 05:31 AM
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6.4L POWER STROKE DIESEL OIL & FUEL FILTER PACKAGE - $99.95
Up to 15 quarts of Motorcraft(R) diesel oil and diesel oil filter.
Replace primary & secondary fuel filters with Motorcraft(R) high-filtration fuel
filter elements. Inspect frame-mounted horizontal fuel conditioning module & water
drain valve for proper operation. Taxes and disposal fees extra. Not available with
Motorcraft Synthetic Oil. See Service Advisor for details. Offer valid with coupon.
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Old 04-27-2011, 07:19 AM
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Wow I think that's a pretty good deal from a dealer. However, if you were to use the Motorcraft oil, you could do the same yourself and save roughly $15. I think the Motorcraft oil at Walmart runs $14 per 5 quarts and you'd need 3 which is $42. I was able to pick up fuel filters at my local International dealer for $43 so the total you'd be paying is $85 and a little bit of your time. Or for just $36 more, you could run Rotella T6 in your motor. That's what I run and to me, it's worth the additional $$$ for how much smoother and quieter my motor runs. Then again I have a 6.0L and you have a 6.4L and I don't know much about them.
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Old 04-27-2011, 11:34 AM
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3 jugs of motorcraft at 15 a piece = 45
1 filter at = 20
fuel filter kit=60
=125

I don't think I can save any money.
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Old 04-27-2011, 11:36 AM
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oh and I ran T6 and got an analysis and it wasn't pretty then as soon as I switched back to motorcraft it was good again.
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