This thread convinces me to not even think about buying a Ford... (besides a 7.3)
It deos make me think... Are there many trucks (6.0, 6.4's) that are for sale with the proper work done to make them more reliable? And how much over a "Stock" truck should someone expect to pay for a reliable Ford?
I know this aint PSD Forum but thought I'd ask.
it takes a good 5-7 k to make a 6.0 reliable from the very bone stock start, like I said before I have several of them on the road clocked over 300,000 miles after I worked on them with no issues, and as for the for sale trucks it depends on the area and who did the work, around here almost every 6.0 you see has at least headstuds and egr block or bulletproof cooler, combined with a custom sct tune there good runnin rigs
2005 CCSB Silverado 2500 HD LLY Performance
: LBZ Mac performance intake, LBZ mouthpiece, MBRP duals, shim kit, ported fuel rail fittings, headstuds, FASS150, FASS fuel filter delete bowl, LBZ FPR, EFI live by Idaho Rob Air Flow
:finger vanes, ported turbine housing, BatMoWheel, losend unison ring, ported exhaust manifolds, gasket matched up-pipes Exterior
: Rear Reunel bumper, leveled tow mirrors, HIDs (all on mod), ADP tie-rod sleeves, green tinted headlamp housings Interior
: 2 12" memphis car audio subs, custom sealed box and 2000 watt memphis amp, LED interior, dash and door lights-green, cobalt autometer pyro and boost piller gauges Best Time
: 13.92 @ 95 mph 1.96 60 foot Work In Progress:
1969 Chevy Nova, built turbo 350, 283ci small block est. 550hp with 7500 rpm redline, caltracs, 4.11 ford 9" rear end, dual 3"exhaust