Originally Posted by Gravel Rat
The 6.0 is the last of the engines you can work on. Sure it may need head studs and eliminate the emmissions but its still mechanic friendly.
The new 6.7 will be a little scary.
In todays market its not even worth buying a new diesel truck they get poor fuel economy and cost 2 arms and a leg to fix.
The whole urea thing on the 6.7 is something I don't want to deal with. I buy new trucks after one being in service for 5 years for tax purposes and with having the the warrenty and not knowing if it had been abused or not is another reason. I hate taking other peoples problems.