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post #1 of 13 Old 10-27-2009, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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SPOT THE SHOP TRUCK'S ENGINE DIES AT 798,169

SPOT THE SHOP TRUCK'S ENGINE DIES AT 798,169

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that motor looks ridiculously nice, I'm actually jealous

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That's diesel for you. I'm not surprised. OTR (over the road) trucks, don't even get an in chassis rebuild until they've got 500K on them. A million miles on a big rig is nothing. Granted, big rigs do have sleeved cylinders, but then again, with the cross hatching still visible at 798K miles, I wouldn't worry too much about it.

Proper maintenance is all it takes. So lets hear it for takin care of your truck, so it'll take care of you.

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I am so happy i got smart and ditched the Triton V10 an bought my 7.3L GO FORD!!!

SOLD... LOOKING FOR A 6.7L OR 6.4L CC SB MUST BE CLEAN!!!
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nice gotta love seein em go that long! !!

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Weve got an old 7.3 farm truck that only hauls hay on the farm. Hasnt had an ispections sticker in at least 6 years. Change the oil ever 3,000 or so and absolutely NO problems out of it. Last time I fed hay in it, I believe the odo read 445,000 miles. Darn sure got our money out of it!

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He used shafers oil too. that gets me thinking
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bill's actually putting head studs and a few other things on my 6.0L now so we'll see if i make 800,000. i'm at 91,000 so far and ford walked on me like dog s**t so i'm interested to see what bill can do. hope to get 'er back on saturday.
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6L is a differant story..

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