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Fix it or Not?
OK guys, i need some advice. We (company) have an 03 in the shop, they say new injectors needed for 5500$ and that doesn't begin to address the oil consumption of 1 quart per 500 miles. The truck has about 170,00 miles on it. It is a crew cab dually that has not been treated gently. Fix it or replace it?
2001 F350 CC Lariet Long Bed Dually Manual Trans, 8" Superlift, 35x12.50 Wrangler, 4" exhaust, AFE Stage II, DP F5 Tuner, Isspro Pyro and Boost
Dually Club #8
Riding High #17
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Last edited by BulldogDad; 08-28-2009 at 01:37 AM. Reason: hillbilly english
It will be far cheaper to fix it then to buy a completely new truck. Depending on the problem with the injectors, they might be your oil consumption issue.
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