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6.9 IDI 83-87 6 1.74%
7.3 IDI 87-94 23 6.67%
7.3 IDI with factory turbo 93-94 11 3.19%
7.3 Powerstroke 94-97 98 28.41%
7.3 Powerstroke 99-03 171 49.57%
6.0 Powerstroke 03-07 32 9.28%
6.4 Powerstroke 08+ 4 1.16%
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:05 PM
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Longest lasting engine

So in your own opinion what diesel engine do you think will last the longest mile wise with proper servicing?

- 6.9 IDI 83-87
- 7.3 IDI 87-94
- 7.3 IDI with factory turbo 93-94
- 7.3 Powerstroke 94-97
- 7.3 Powerstroke 99-03
- 6.0 Powerstroke 03-07
- 6.4 Powerstroke 08+

If you want to share with us why you voted for the engine you did, go right on. If not it's cool.

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- 7.3 Powerstroke 94-97
- 7.3 Powerstroke 99-03

I've seen a couple 7.3L hit the million mile mark...
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:10 PM
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I voted 7.3 IDI because it's low on power and doesn't have a turbo so it must not wear down at all.
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I'd say the DI 7.3's regardless of body style. I've never seen a super-high mileage rig in person, but a customer of ours has a 94.5 stock f250 with 400,000ish
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The options should have been 6.9 7.3 6.0 - and the answer would be any year 7.3 with stock power levels.
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The options should have been 6.9 7.3 6.0 - and the answer would be any year 7.3 with stock power levels.
But there are 4 generations/versions of the 7.3.
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:18 PM
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been a diesel tech since we were doing warranty work on the 6.9

ive seen a 6.9 with over 500,000

ive seen 7.3 idi with similiar mileage

the highest mileage powerstroke 7.3 ive seen had 830,000 miles ,and many with 300 to 500

ive seen only a couple of 6.0 with slightly over 200,000, havent been out long enough, i think there is potential to get some higher mileage

the 6.4 hasnt been out long enough either but so far so good and i do believe the potential is there also to get high miles

in my opinion, the 7.3 powerstroke is gonna be the all around best , has prove itself time and time again, but if the 6.4 stands the test of time , i think the potential is there
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:19 PM
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They are essentially the same - just differet induction/aspiration systems and programming really

Hey it's your poll, not mine! My vote is for the 7.3 and I had to choose one, so I went the middle ground - the 94-97 7.3!
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The only problem with the 91 and back trucks is that they had a 5 digit odometer.
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I'm sorry this is really a terrible first post, but I think it is laughable to even put the 6.0L in the running for this. Don't worry I didn't vote not gonna screw up your poll, just wanted to share, the views of a troll
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