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New F250 Or F350 Question

Thinking About Replacing My 94 F350
Do The New Trucks Have Repackable Front Hubs Or Are They Throwaways Like Gm?
2011's?

Also Any Other Changes That Have Been Implemented Since My Last Purchase?

I Was Told To Stay Away From 6.0's, And That 6.4's Drink Fuel
 

Truckin4life

Texas Chapter Leader
6.7 ftmfw

6.0 is a good motor, i have had two, worked both hard, only issue i had with one was a ac problem.
Stay on top of your maintenence and you should be fine, also they are kinda picky about programmers...
 

blacksnapon

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Staff member
The 2011 still has bearing and hub assembly.
 

godblessmud

CHECKERS OR WRECKERS
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63
Moscow, ID
Whats the plan for the old F350?
 
just priced an equivalent replacement for the 94
no way i am going to spend $60,295 (the sticker price)
and they can kiss my obama before they will get my 350 for $3800
 

LEB Ben

Arrogant A-hole At-Large
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just priced an equivalent replacement for the 94
no way i am going to spend $60,295 (the sticker price)
and they can kiss my obama before they will get my 350 for $3800


Shoot...take $20,000 of that 60k and put it towards the 94. You'll have a brand new truck again and be money ahead. Then take the remaining 40k and buy the wife something nice...or go buy a few more trucks.
 

5.0Flareside

GingaNinja
14,464
384
La Vergne, TN
well you could buy a brand new engine and transmission and rebuild the suspension for less than 10k really if you do it yourself. and have a like new truck and it would be better actually. is it a 7.3 Powerstroke or a 460?
 

F 150Cobra

"Wild HoRsE" Got Torque?
3,642
104
Aruba
20G in the 94 will be like new again

engine upgrade if overhaul isnt needed
new paint
new suspension
tires
rims
lift kit
ooeeh the possibilities
 

polarbear

just growing older not up
12,878
607
Boring, Oregon
Thinking About Replacing My 94 F350
Do The New Trucks Have Repackable Front Hubs Or Are They Throwaways Like Gm?
2011's?

Also Any Other Changes That Have Been Implemented Since My Last Purchase?

I Was Told To Stay Away From 6.0's, And That 6.4's Drink Fuel

GM's haven't had hubs of any kind for almost 20 years when they switched to Insta-Trac across the board.
 
entire truck is 95% as new, all original drivetrain (IDI turbo diesel) ,paint, exhaust,166,000 miles and body except for deer dented fender last week (being repaired now). used to get a new one every seven years and lost track of years this time.
12.50x25x16.5 BFG Mud Terrains with 5 new super swampers waiting
doesn't need 20k or even 2k invested just went shopping for a 2011 and suddenly lost interest
 

LEB Ben

Arrogant A-hole At-Large
34,919
1,124
outside your house
entire truck is 95% as new, all original drivetrain (IDI turbo diesel) ,paint, exhaust,166,000 miles and body except for deer dented fender last week (being repaired now). used to get a new one every seven years and lost track of years this time.
12.50x25x16.5 BFG Mud Terrains with 5 new super swampers waiting
doesn't need 20k or even 2k invested just went shopping for a 2011 and suddenly lost interest

Well damn...when I grow up, I want disposable income like you.


OK ramrod,

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You're unstoppable with that pic today...hahaha.
 
So I was at the dealer visiting my new friend (salesman) to get my CDs that were left in the 05's changer, and saw a sweeeeet black on black 2010 F250 stroker nom nom nom

Didn't know they came factory with Rancho shocks, rear diff finned cover, and x-over steering?? How neat...still, the $60k price tag almost had me piss myself
 
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the 6.4s are powerhouses when you chip them and get rid of the DPFs and they get better milage at 550rwhp then they do stock!
 

polarbear

just growing older not up
12,878
607
Boring, Oregon
Thinking About Replacing My 94 F350
Do The New Trucks Have Repackable Front Hubs Or Are They Throwaways Like Gm?
2011's?

Also Any Other Changes That Have Been Implemented Since My Last Purchase?

I Was Told To Stay Away From 6.0's, And That 6.4's Drink Fuel

??? GM's don't have hubs in any way, shape, or form. 4X4 is engaged through the center differential. It's actually a pretty efficient system. This has been true since '89 on the 1/2T's and '90 on the 3/4 and 1T's.
 

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