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Old 11-04-2013, 10:14 PM   #311
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Thankfully now I don't have to tear apart a F350 6.0L to do head gaskets. Those were pictures I was hopping I didn't have to post!
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:08 PM   #312
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Thankfully now I don't have to tear apart a F350 6.0L to do head gaskets. Those were pictures I was hopping I didn't have to post!
those 6.0L are insane too much labor intensive. im kinda a huge diesel fanatic i am just dreaming the day i get rid of my f150 for at least a f250 7.3L. i saw a nice f250 fx4 6.0L for sale at my job for 16k in awesome shape and 70k miles but 6.0L just gives me night mares of its problems. but good luck to you and your 6.0
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6.0L are pretty tough once the commons are fixed. Bulletproof it. Not to jump off topic here.
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:31 PM   #314
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Lol if you think working on a 6.0 is bad, try looking under the hood of a 6.4.
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6.0s are great. 06-07 6.0 warranty claims were less for each year than any year for the 7.3. What i read at least
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Lol if you think working on a 6.0 is bad, try looking under the hood of a 6.4.
6.0 is a gravy boat compared to working on a 6.4. 6.7's don't look much better.
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Old 11-05-2013, 01:12 PM   #317
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Drilling plugs

Post a picture of what you do at work-image-2800210334.jpg
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:43 AM   #318
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Looks like each picture, the size of the equipment being operated is getting bigger and bigger. Cool. Thanks for sharing.

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What i do as in my job(s) ? Im a carpenter i work with my dad, but we also have a trucking company, my truck hauls fresh water, salty water and produced water (to disposal wells). The truck can be used for any type of liquid (except gas and crude oil) really.
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What i do as in my job(s) ? Im a carpenter i work with my dad, but we also have a trucking company, my truck hauls fresh water, salty water and produced water (to disposal wells). The truck can be used for any type of liquid (except gas and crude oil) really.
Okay cool. I thought you was on another thread talking about frac and stuff like that.
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