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Check out this sweet 2011 350

This thing is kinda awesome Dewalt F350 I think I would choose a different color though




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that thing is pretty sweet.
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Nice, need me one of those. Then I'd swap a 7.3 in it
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i hear good things of the new 6.7...that thing is sweet, but stock i think they made the new SD's look almost girly imo
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Yeah from what i have been hearing the 2011 is a BA truck Sure the front clip keeps getting bigger but I really think It is an awesome truck and I also honestly think that the brand new from the ground up 6.7 PowerStroke is gonna give the Cummins 6.7 a run for its money... I have also been reading about the in the field testing they have been doing and they are some pretty tough trucks



This is an 09 but It is pretty sweet too....
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I don't care what engine they roll out, with emissions standards and the move to get better mileage, nothing will beat the 7.3's

At least as far as Ford is concerned, I like 12V Cummins a lot too
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That thing is pretty cool...
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I don't care what engine they roll out, with emissions standards and the move to get better mileage, nothing will beat the 7.3's

At least as far as Ford is concerned, I like 12V Cummins a lot too
7.3s and the 12v are outdated... most of those trucks are rusting to pieces or have millions of miles on them
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i perfer the 7.3. its been proven by the track record of the 6.0 and 6.4 for either the turbo or head gaskets blowing on these with out alot of mile on stock trim.... just because somthing hasnt been revamped evry other year donst make it out of dated. the 4.0 sohc is a great example....22r 3rz from toyota... i could go on.

how ever i am excited to see this new scorpion diesel from ford
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thats nutty, love the bumper
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scorpion diesel? wth are you talking about
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scorpion diesel? wth are you talking about
The new 6.7 is Built in house to replace the Navistar PowerStroke and they are calling it a Scorpion Diesel, I Think thats just a project name for the motor though
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id take that fully loaded with its crappy tools and drive it off a cliff
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I know all the manufactures are trying to make quiet diesels but I kinda like the Noisy Powerstrokes from a couple years ago
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id take that fully loaded with its crappy tools and drive it off a cliff
Ha Just give it a new paint job and sell those tools and buy good tools
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it was at the auto show this year. the big front end is growing on me.
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The new 6.7 is Built in house to replace the Navistar PowerStroke and they are calling it a Scorpion Diesel, I Think thats just a project name for the motor though
yes you're correct. The powerstroke isnt made by international anymore.

Beware the Scorpion! 2011 Ford Super Duty gets all-new 6.7-liter diesel V8 — Autoblog
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7.3s and the 12v are outdated... most of those trucks are rusting to pieces or have millions of miles on them
They are outdated but they are good engines if they are well maintained.

My dad's 7.3 has never missed a beat (approaching 200X), our neighbors 12V rolled over 1 million miles (not kidding) a couple years ago.

The 12V are easy build and maintain, plus its a great candidate to drop in my 77 F250.
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not a bad looking truck but imo i think the front end is ugly as sin. specially those big assed headlights.
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I love all the new f series trucks! They look so unique now. You can't possibly mistake one for a chev or dodge
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i think the e-series and the superduty's share the grills and headlights.


i just priced one online and there is a tool link option. they give you 50 remote frequency id tags for your tools. it's like a $1200 option.
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the thing that really sucks is that they dont offer a manual transmission anymore. i hope they bring it back.
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id take that fully loaded with its crappy tools and drive it off a cliff
Eh heve you ever used DeWalt tools? FAR from crappy every power tool we own are dewalts most over 10 years old used commercially almost everyday and NONE have skipped a beat.
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That is one sharp looking truck. I really like how usefuly it seems with all the storage and accessories.
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Eh heve you ever used DeWalt tools? FAR from crappy every power tool we own are dewalts most over 10 years old used commercially almost everyday and NONE have skipped a beat.
exactly what i was thinkn. dewalts prolly the best when it comes to powertools. theres some others out there like hilti that are good but very few that can stand the abuse like a dewalt
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