Originally Posted by Go Big or Go Home!
I would be thrilled..I would be thrilled if it will operate and run w/o issue for a 100k..thats more important than mpg's..
That played a big role in why I went with the 6.2, I have owned diesels since 1984 and the 6.9. The new diesels are not the bullet proof beasts of the past.
After all the trouble I dealt with on our company 6.0/6.4's. Also from a friends hot shot trucks...he runs 35 different 6.7 Ford and Dodge 1 ton diesels and has had a lot of issues with both. He is even going to gassers now for the new replacement trucks.
2013 F-250 Crew Cab,4x4,6.2,3.73 XL trim
1989 F-250,4x4,351w,5spd-project cool work truck/retirement truck
1990 Ford Super Duty-Parts Truck