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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-11-2012, 04:22 PM
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Re: The 6.0

That what I say. I love my 6.0's. They sound sick and I never had a problem with mine. The thing is the new diesel aren't like the old ones that were basic and you ran them till something broke then fix it and start the process over. The new diesel if you run them like that, then that's where the saying the 6.0 is a junk motor. People ran them to death like a 7.3 little did they know their oil cooler was clogged or egr cooler and valve had something wrong and continued to drive it until it wiped out oil cooler, egr cooler, egr valve, head studs and gaskets which creates a chain of problems. If they would have took the time to know the motor and watch it, they could have only replaced a oil cooler or something simple instead of creating a chain of damage and a couple thousand dollar repair bill. It's just ignorance on the owners part.

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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-11-2012, 09:40 PM
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Re: The 6.0

Sometimes ignorance is bliss for some people.
That and they are trying to justify a lousy purchase that THEY made by ragging on something that you have.
How many times have we all seen this happen???

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