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  • About golfmedik
    Location
    Georgia
    Interests
    Camping and Golf
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    GA
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    2013
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
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    Monty
    '01 Excursion Limited 4x4 7.3L, 247K, Diablo, AFE, Hellwig, Bilstein 5100s, Rancho RS5406 Stabilizer(bigger is better), V/B. '08 Ears
    '13 F350 6.7L CC DRW 4x4B&W Companion, Viair 10007 Air System, Edge CTS, Ride Rites
    2016 Keystone Montana 3790RD Legacy Edition

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  • Last Activity: 07-17-2019 06:11 PM
  • Join Date: 01-14-2008
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  1. 01-18-2014 06:46 AM - permalink
    Hey Monty. My camper is just a little heavier than yours, so I'm wondering how much difference did the air bags make when towing? Does it help chucking? I guess it help to dampen bouncing?
    Thanks,
    Joe
  2. HokieHiVPI
    06-24-2013 09:24 PM - permalink
    'Appreciate the reps.
  3. Archion
    05-21-2013 07:29 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps!
  4. golfmedik
    04-22-2012 04:35 PM - permalink
    I personally like the 6.4. The mileage is not the best, but I bought it to pull! I get around 8 towing my 15,000 pound fiver and around 12-14 around town. Duallies are not know for good mileage. I drive an '08 F450 ambulance at work, which has had a few problems, but the thing is a brute. Just follow the severe maintenance on it and all should be fine. I had the chance to buy an '11 but for the price diff of $17k and only a few more miles per gallon, I can put a lot of fuel in mine! The 6.4 is a favorite engine for people to mod, I haven't due to only having 15k miles on mine now. I like warranties! I would love a newer one, just to have a newer one, but I love my 6.4L.
  5. DRRXR
    04-21-2012 11:01 AM - permalink
    Hey I was eyeing your ride and I found one that looks like it. Lately I see where some are talking trash about the 6.4 so I thought I would post you to get your thoughts on that since I am in the market.
  6. golfmedik
    12-11-2010 09:44 AM - permalink
    Behind the passenger battery box and before the air filter housing there is a connector that looks like a big inline fuse. Take that connector apart and take the male end(will have to pull it loose from the part that is connected to the negative battery cable) and place it on a screw on the positive battery cable. Crank the vehicle(may take up to 5 minutes before it will crank). then take the connector off and reconnect. Truck should be fine to drive to dealer. Some truck have a very short line on that connector. Take a couple of alligator clips and about an 8" piece of 12g wire and make a 'jumper' to connect the male end of the connector to the positive post. I know keep a 'jumper' in my trucks at all times. Hope this helps.
  7. senix
    12-11-2010 09:26 AM - permalink
    Monty,
    I know there is a way to do, not really talked about at all.
    I beleive the passenger side battery box has a connector on the pos terminal.
    I think you take that off and then jump it to the neg terminal.
    I think it is something like that. Not knowing for sure I have never mentioned it.

    Any info you have would be very good to know!

    Thanks,
    Scott

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