Dads F-350 4X4 DRW 6 spd,7.3L 92,000 miles. Replaced the clutch at 80,000. and ball joints tomorrow. Has been chipped almost all its life . A local cattle hauler blew his 99 PSD F-350 4X4 with 6 spd, at 380,000 miles. He ran tons of mods on it too, 120 hp chip, bigger injectors, upgraded turbo, 4" down pipe, 5" exhaust (striaght piped), and the list goes on. He replaced clutches every 60,000 (Luk) and two trannys. The truck is back on the road with a new PSD and now has over 450,000. :-staun Not quite big rig territory but getting there!!
89,000 PLUS.......AND STILL GOING AND GOING AND GOING......................
2000 eXcursion 4X4 LTD, Triton V10, MAC Cold Air Intake, Hellwig Anti-Sway Bar, Zoo-Dad Mod, Clear Corners, Polished "X" & V10 Badges, Vent Visors, Spare Tire Cover/Organizer, New OEM Mats, and MOBIL
1999 f350 crew cab 7.3 psd . 55,000 miles
no mods but lots of repairs. Rear main seal, yoke seal, front and rear rotors (twice), water pump, icv, wiper switch and rust rust rust rust (all 4 doors)( real common in CT for all the ford trucks 99 and up) ahhh if only they would put this motor in a toyota. my t100 has 170000 miles on original cluch water pump and every thing not tune up related. my f350 must be made out of 1986 toyotas
No problem exept for the thump or rumble from the rear-end from a dead stop. Thanks to this site I may have found the problem and solution. Removing the drive shaft and greasing slip yoke may just be the ticket.
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