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post #1 of 11 Old 07-27-2012, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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Ok bought a 2011 F350 lariat today. Has 35,500 miles on her. She has the 6.7 and is loaded up. I am stoked to have her. Questions. What are yall who have had the 6.7 for awhile saying about them?? What about the 350s over all?? What kind of milage? My camper is a 28.5 footer loaded up about 9000lbs. Cant wait to toy with her. I am coming from a 2011 F150 Platinum with the eco. It pulled the camper ok, but it had the 3.31 rear end. I lok forward to hearing from yall.
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What didn't you like about the Eco, I've heard there pretty awsome for SI engines??? I Love my Scorpion period! Zero Issues, Tons of power, drives like a Caddy, and just Looks like a TRUCK!

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Liked the eco fine. It pulled the camper well, but that 3.31 rear end wasnt enough for pulling up the mountains. Plus I have allways wanted the powerstoke. I do need to get rid of the tires it came with Nitto grabbers in 35s. Looks cool as hell but I wont be mudding this thing.
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Question? I am running Toyo M/T Open Country 35/12.50/18 LT Load Range E. What should I be running in them for psi. The tire gives a max of 65psi cold for max load. Im thinking 55 to 60psi. I wont be pulling more then 9000lbs with her.
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Hi, welcome to the Org. Sounds like a great truck you have there, enjoy

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I have been doing some research, and have seen that on the 6.4 and 6.0 there is a recomendation to replace the coolant res presure cap. Is that something we should do on the 6.7? Also how do I find out if I have the Job1 or Job2 update. I have a late 2010 biuld date?
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