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Old 04-18-2016, 07:34 PM   #31
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I agree on both points. Talking to the salesman today, he seemed to directing me to the Ecoboost. I'll see tomorrow which way he points on the lot. I'm leaning towards the F250 myself. And I'm sure he is willing to sell me either.
I just like the safety margin involved. Bigger frame, drive-train and brakes kinda get your attention when your talking about dragging 4 tons behind you.
Thanks for your replies.
Had the eco boost and it pulled , but was hard to stop , it did not take long for me to get rid of it. better off going bigger , We went all the up to 1 ton diesel duramax . And happy i did

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Old 04-18-2016, 07:57 PM   #32
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The apparent cost to maintain a Diesel is a non issue. I have had 6 half ton Pickups and now my first Diesel. I don't see a big difference, maybe oil change costs a bit more. I save on Fuel so its a trade off. I bought a larger truck but need up with a F 250 Superduty more than enough payload for our next Fifth Wheel.

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