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Old 03-08-2008, 04:17 PM
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Powerstroke tested the best.

Has anyone seen the new Petersen's 4Wheel & Off-Road. They tested the big three. Ford, Dodge and Chevy. All were diesel, all were dually, all were 08's. They considered Drive train, Ride & Handling On-Road, Ride & Handling Off-Road, Interior, Exterior, Towing Attributes, Off-roading Attributes, and Styling. While While the ford did not place first in all categories, it placed very high in all categories and the ford came out the winner.
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havent gotten it yet
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Has anyone seen the new Petersen's 4Wheel & Off-Road. They tested the big three. Ford, Dodge and Chevy. All were diesel, all were dually, all were 08's. They considered Drive train, Ride & Handling On-Road, Ride & Handling Off-Road, Interior, Exterior, Towing Attributes, Off-roading Attributes, and Styling. While While the ford did not place first in all categories, it placed very high in all categories and the ford came out the winner.
Where was the Toyota.

Oh that's right, they don't have a diesel, OR a dually...

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Where was the Toyota.

Oh that's right, they don't a diesel, OR a dually...
lol lol lol lol lol lol
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Where was the Toyota.

Oh that's right, they don't have a diesel, OR a dually...
Thats not entirely true. At the SEMA Show this year Toyota had a 1-Ton diesel dually on display that was a prototype. It was in the April 2008 Four Wheeler Magazine page 64. The truck has a 6cyl Hino Tubro Diesel. A Eaton 5 speed manual tranny, Hino rear end with Eaton axels and its a crew cab.
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Thats not entirely true. At the SEMA Show this year Toyota had a 1-Ton diesel dually on display that was a prototype. It was in the April 2008 Four Wheeler Magazine page 64. The truck has a 6cyl Hino Tubro Diesel. A Eaton 5 speed manual tranny, Hino rear end with Eaton axels and its a crew cab.
...and it's still ugly!
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Did they test the knew Edison's diesel? (refer to the f250 thread) lol

good job FORD
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ford won huh? would you expect anything less???
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