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08-23-2006, 04:50 PM
What would you pay for this?

2007 Ford F-350 XLT
Engine: 6.0L OHV Power Stroke Diesel V8
Transmission: 5-Speed TorqShift Auto w/OD
Limited Slip w/3.73 Axle Ratio
GVWR: 11,100 lb Payload Package
Tires: LT275/70Rx18E BSW A/T Continental
Wheels: 18" Forged Polished Aluminum
Dual Alternators
Chrome Tubular Cab Steps
Fog Lamps
Manual Sliding Rear Window
Privacy Glass
Bodyside Molding
Roof Clearance Lights
12.5K Built Ford Tough Trailer Hitch Receiver
Trailer Tow Mirrors w/Power/Heated Glass Included
TowCommand Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Included
Advanced Security Group
Camper Package
FX4 Off-Road Package
Transfer Case & Fuel Tank Skid Plate Package Included
Snow Plow Package w/99P
TowCommand Package
Fisher 8.5 SS XTREME VEE


08-23-2006, 05:11 PM
if u ask me i would get a durmax, i drove my uncles last night and i drive a powerstroke for work everyday and the durmax is way fast i think...but id llook into the durmax even if ur a ford guy...that stuff doesnt bother me so its up to u

08-23-2006, 05:21 PM
50,000. But I would not pay that much.

08-23-2006, 05:25 PM
44,365 max

mike lane lawn care
08-23-2006, 09:07 PM

Dirty Water
08-23-2006, 09:17 PM
Nothing, you'll never convince me its a good idea to buy a brand new vehicle.

08-23-2006, 09:23 PM
what body style? whats the plow worth? I have the same/similar truck and payed less than what those above are guessing.

08-23-2006, 09:34 PM
what body style? whats the plow worth? I have the same/similar truck and payed less than what those above are guessing.

Opps for got, it's a regular cab. I can get the fisher x vee plow for 4900.00. I know I can travel 4hrs away and get the truck for $35,000 same one as above without the plow.;) I really am kinda stuck between the fisher 8.5 Xtreme vee plow and the Blizzard 810 power plow:confused: . Also what are you guys getting for gas mileage with the new 6.0 (05-07)?

08-23-2006, 09:42 PM
I'm getting 12-13 lately on my 6.0's. Great trucks though. I got a fully loaded one (every option available minus the plow) for 41k. I'd say you should be able to get the truck itself for around 32k-34k. The plow, whatever extra they cost.

08-23-2006, 09:59 PM
i bought a supercab/longbed w/o the plow but with all the options above for $37.4.

Mileage? Mine has been dropping since I got it. I'm currently looking into it and suspect my EGR might be going/gone bad. last fill up was 9.96mpg (towing 3K lb trailer 1.5x week.) it hurts when it costs to drive @ $.31/mile

08-23-2006, 10:14 PM
I just bought 06 like you mentioned in 1 month ago with more options: lariat, ex. cab, pw sld window, ht.seats and more less plow for 37,000.00. But i would not buy a 07 due to the new fuel. If you dont now they are changing the sulpher and the 07 on can not run the fuel we are running now. If your in a area with a lot of diesel fuel access you might be okey, i was afraid my rural area might not change as qiuck and have trouble buying fuel especially 2 in the morning plowing snow. Also of the 07 6.0 cant run the current fuel that means they had to change something on the motor and that dont sound good to me from being a owner of a 03 lemon. I had a thread on this fuel issue about 6-8 weeks ago and had a lot of input on it. Where i buy my fuel from is a large dist. of diesel and heating fuel and the owner showed me the magazine article on it and he told me to buy a 06 and stay away from the 07 until next year.

08-24-2006, 02:37 AM
Absolutely nothing, the '07 diesels are all screwed up because of the emissions. If I were buying a new truck (which is dumb), I'd be buying an '06 just so I don't get a steaming pile. And even the previous model year 6.0's can be a joke. I'll stick to buying used 7.3's and run them 300,000 miles.

J&R Landscaping
08-24-2006, 11:09 AM
I agree with what others are saying. Some of the 6.0's are decent but I personally would stick to a 7.3L if it were a ford. I woudln't mind having a Dodge Ram 2500 or 3500 PU with a 5.9 cummins and a 5 or 6 speed though. The cummins is a torquey beast of a motor. JMO