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Old 06-10-2011, 08:25 AM   #31
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I say keep it as well. I just love a big girl with hips.
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:39 AM   #32
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Wow, why did Ford give such bad service... small dealer??? Not enough diesel experience?

the 6.0 is a piece of poop, and everyone that has one hates it, the one in my f550 work truck has been to the dealer so many times i cant even remember now. if it were my choice it would have been gone after the first half dozen times and they cut my power in half and told me they didnt, etc... its going back in this week for some strange power loss when your cruising down the highway. it averages once a year but it already left me for dead in a snow storm a couple months ago
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yeah 6.0 = pile of ****. the 5.9 in my dodge (2002 lasted good) drove it from 167k to 293k and have it for sale. just had small problems like water pump etc,
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typical ford... lmao love the new chevy, i would experiment with an aluminum flat bed it would look pretty sick.
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the thing about a flatbed is its fine if you always tow but if not and you just want to go get some whatever from the hardware store or something you always have to tie everything down
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i pull a 35ft goose neck everyday.
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still, if you dont have clearance issues, flat beds always look to me somebody bought a chassis cab and was too cheap to buy a decent looking bed. if it had undermount boxes and that it would look better
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