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Old 11-02-2010, 03:05 PM
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6.2L Job 2??????

The diesel boys are talking about the Job 2 6.7L that are being built.

I am wondering what kind of changes (if any) will be made to the 6.2L.
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Old 11-02-2010, 03:18 PM
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None listed in the Job 2 changes in the order guide:

JOB 2 ORDER GUIDE UPDATES – Effective on all
vehicles built on or after Job#2 (11/01/10 – Subject to
Change)
• LT245/75R A/T BSW (TMB) tires optional on XL F-350 SRW
• Crew Chief™ (87T) no longer restricts SYNC® and is now
optional on Lariat and King Ranch®
• Operator Commanded Regeneration (OCR) optional on XL
and XLT with 6.7L Power Stroke® Diesel: allows driver to
manually engage diesel particulate filter regeneration at idle.
• Vermillion Red Exterior paint on Lariat is now available with
Pale Adobe Interior
• 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Hitch Prep Package (53W) now
available on 63/4' box
• Heated Backlight/Rear-Window Defrost (43B) optional on
Lariat & King Ranch®
• Lariat leather seating is now monotone
• Easy-Entry/Exit Seat Memory Feature optional on Lariat with
96U/96L, standard on King Ranch®
• Splash Guards/Mud Flaps (61S) now available on SRW
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Any programming changes??? (Increases in HP / Torque or tranmission shifting)
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Some transmission changes Mike mentions in this thread:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...uper-duty.html
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None listed in the Job 2 changes in the order guide:

JOB 2 ORDER GUIDE UPDATES – Effective on all
vehicles built on or after Job#2 (11/01/10 – Subject to
Change)
• LT245/75R A/T BSW (TMB) tires optional on XL F-350 SRW
• Crew Chief™ (87T) no longer restricts SYNC® and is now
optional on Lariat and King Ranch®
• Operator Commanded Regeneration (OCR) optional on XL
and XLT with 6.7L Power Stroke® Diesel: allows driver to
manually engage diesel particulate filter regeneration at idle.
• Vermillion Red Exterior paint on Lariat is now available with
Pale Adobe Interior
• 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Hitch Prep Package (53W) now
available on 63/4' box
• Heated Backlight/Rear-Window Defrost (43B) optional on
Lariat & King Ranch®
• Lariat leather seating is now monotone
• Easy-Entry/Exit Seat Memory Feature optional on Lariat with
96U/96L, standard on King Ranch®
• Splash Guards/Mud Flaps (61S) now available on SRW
So does this mean if you have a job #2 build that you will get the monotone leather seats in the lariat? I was hoping to get the two tone inserts, I liked the look of the two tone better.

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Yep, you're getting the monotone seats. They actually started that changeover before the Job 2 builds.

You may get lucky and find someone that doesn't like the two tone seats, then possibly workout a trade.
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Yeah, bummer on the seats. I love the two tone seats, but hopefully you can find someone who doesnt like them and wants to switch.
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None listed in the Job 2 changes in the order guide:

JOB 2 ORDER GUIDE UPDATES – Effective on all
vehicles built on or after Job#2 (11/01/10 – Subject to
Change

• 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Hitch Prep Package (53W) now
available on 63/4' box
• Heated Backlight/Rear-Window Defrost (43B) optional on
Lariat & King Ranch®
• Lariat leather seating is now monotone
• Easy-Entry/Exit Seat Memory Feature optional on Lariat with
96U/96L, standard on King Ranch®
• Splash Guards/Mud Flaps (61S) now available on SRW
Would have loved to have these options available for Job 1 builds. Couldn't understand why a short wheel base wouldn't be available with the 5ver option. Aren't rear window defrosts a must on most vehicles now? Especially CC's. Don't really mind the two-tone seats but really liked the older monotone leather Lariat pattern. They did really improve the SD seating comfort level on the seats, I'll give them alot of credit for that. Had a heck of a time finding a decent mud flap for trailering.
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