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Old 02-11-2018, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by PawPaw View Post
Son in law picked his up today!

'17 Lariat Ultimate in White Gold/Caribou trim.




This is the exact truck I want next but I'll be doing the long bed. Still undecided on SRW or DRW.
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In a hot and rainy climate like down here in SE Louisiana you want an easy to keep clean color with these large trucks. So far the White Gold is the easiest color I've ever had to keep clean. The Arizona Beige and the Ingot Silver's I had were also easy to keep clean.
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Mine hit 1 year on 2-4-18, then rolled 130,000 miles the next day.
That's a lot of miles even for an over the road semi truck. Wow!!
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Picked this one up a few weeks ago, gotta get her cleaned up. Nice low miles! 5.4 v8.





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Great find AK49...those 5.4's are pretty good engines...had one in my 2000 F-250.
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Originally Posted by OldMansTruck View Post
This is the exact truck I want next but I'll be doing the long bed. Still undecided on SRW or DRW.
That's fantastic! I like the color!
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Junior-this truck gets around.


Trade in day-the rainy weather was appropriate to my mood-hate trading one in, even to get a new one.
Just came across this thread, maybe add a couple hard-working Super Duty's? My company trucks. The '15 crew cab XLT "Junior" replaced the '13 super cab XL "Tuff".
Tuff lived up to the name-had to trade in at 132k. In all those miles, not a single repair, just all the scheduled maintenance, oil changes, the big fluid change and all at 100k,
and new tires at 85k. Junior's not quite as good, a bit of oil consumption and been through 3 coil pack changes. I don't get to say when they get traded in, but I think they
could be kept longer. I take very good care of them. I'll be out in the hotel parking lot in the evening with the chrome polish and the spray wax......

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Originally Posted by MarkBowers View Post

Junior-this truck gets around.


Trade in day-the rainy weather was appropriate to my mood-hate trading one in, even to get a new one.
Just came across this thread, maybe add a couple hard-working Super Duty's? My company trucks. The '15 crew cab XLT "Junior" replaced the '13 super cab XL "Tuff".
Tuff lived up to the name-had to trade in at 132k. In all those miles, not a single repair, just all the scheduled maintenance, oil changes, the big fluid change and all at 100k,
and new tires at 85k. Junior's not quite as good, a bit of oil consumption and been through 3 coil pack changes. I don't get to say when they get traded in, but I think they
could be kept longer. I take very good care of them. I'll be out in the hotel parking lot in the evening with the chrome polish and the spray wax......
SuperCrew long bed. The best combination, imho. Gotta love that turning radius!
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SuperCrew long bed. The best combination, imho. Gotta love that turning radius!
Yeah. Some hotel parking lots are a lotta fun, too.
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