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Old 12-22-2016, 04:34 PM   #1
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(SOLD)Ford F350 Diesel Crew Cab

Great vehicle for getting you and your family to the campground stress-free.

2006 Ford F350 Lariat crew cab, long bed, 6.0 diesel (no DEF or DPF!).

$19,500
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Ugh. Michigan. Too far for me. But, for others, What's the mileage and any rust? SRW or DRW? 4x4? Sunroof? Any of the engine updates done already?
2005-2007 are the best years for these. With the oring and STC fitting updates these trucks are pretty reliable. The value is increasing on these trucks around here now that they are more widely understood. I'm holding on to mine for a long time.
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Thanks for looking!

It has 106,000 miles, no sunroof, no rust, SRW, 4X4 long bed with Ford-applied bedliner.

Engine is stock with exception of the blue spring update.
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[QUOTE=mbutts;1385877]Great vehicle for getting you and your family to the campground stress-free.

2006 Ford F350 Lariat crew cab, long bed, 6.0 diesel (no DEF or DPF!).

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ford had major problems with that 6.0 have you done the upgrade to it to make it as they say bullet proof ?
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Great vehicle for getting you and your family to the campground stress-free.

2006 Ford F350 Lariat crew cab, long bed, 6.0 diesel (no DEF or DPF!).

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ford had major problems with that 6.0 have you done the upgrade to it to make it as they say bullet proof ?
Actually the 6.0L is a reliable engine, if maintained.
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Actually the 6.0L is a reliable engine, if maintained.
not according to just about every source i could find . known for being fords worst diesel . almost put them out of the diesel biz . just do a search I have and the results are not good
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not according to just about every source i could find . known for being fords worst diesel . almost put them out of the diesel biz . just do a search I have and the results are not good
I own one and am on several forums. The engines are great but there are certain things you should do to increase reliability. My 6.0 has been trouble free for 140,000 miles but I am religious about maintenance and correcting problems before they start. The 6.0L is also the last of the non DEF engines.

I don't care what brand of diesel you own, each has their problems.
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I have a 2004 F250,,,,,bought it at 72,000 after the previous owner replaced the EGR valve cooler.....I now have 120,000 on it,,,,no problems. Once a week, I take it out on the interstate and floorboard it from 30 to 70,,,,,my diesel mechanic said it's good to blow it out......I also have never put a drop of diesel into it without adding Lucas fuel treatment. I change the oil every 6000 miles and the fuel filters every other time I change the oil. I get about 14 MPH with it. When I'm towing in the Rockies,,,such as Monarch Pass,,,,my truck doesn't even know that it's towing 9500 pounds behind it. It does great.
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I own one and am on several forums. The engines are great but there are certain things you should do to increase reliability. My 6.0 has been trouble free for 140,000 miles but I am religious about maintenance and correcting problems before they start. The 6.0L is also the last of the non DEF engines.

I don't care what brand of diesel you own, each has their problems.
That is wrong, my 2010 6.4 was none DEF but did have the DPF, 2010 was the last year for none DEF Ford engines.

The 6.7 starting in 2011 was the first DEF required engine for Ford SD trucks.
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I own one and am on several forums. The engines are great but there are certain things you should do to increase reliability. My 6.0 has been trouble free for 140,000 miles but I am religious about maintenance and correcting problems before they start. The 6.0L is also the last of the non DEF engines.

I don't care what brand of diesel you own, each has their problems.
all you have to do is type in 2006 ford 6.0 diesel for pages of issues Lawsuit Against Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Super Duty Diesel Engine |.

I turned down a ford 2006 350 dw 6.0 with only 30,000 miles on it a year and a half ago because all i could find about them was bad . and he was only asking 14,500. for it . gotta wonder why the price was so low and why the mileage was so low . maybe because it was in the shop more then on the road
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i have heard you can spend 8 to 10 grand on bullet proofing them . new heads and bolts , egr and cooler , fuel/water separators and filters etc .
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That is wrong, my 2010 6.4 was none DEF but did have the DPF, 2010 was the last year for none DEF Ford engines.

The 6.7 starting in 2011 was the first DEF required engine for Ford SD trucks.
My mistake, DPF. I have read that the 6.4L would be awesome if the DPF was deleted.
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i have heard you can spend 8 to 10 grand on bullet proofing them . new heads and bolts , egr and cooler , fuel/water separators and filters etc .
It depends on what you are using them for. There are many trucks on the road with high mileage and the TTY head bolts. There are also trucks with tuners that have head gasket issues.

The 6.0L is the best value in a diesel, they are easy to work on and the u"nreliable" rumors keep the prices down.
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My mistake, DPF. I have read that the 6.4L would be awesome if the DPF was deleted.
IMO the best thing Ford did was to put a six speed behind the 6.7 the increased mileage over the 5 speed behind the 6.4 is huge.

I have wondered what the 6.4 could do with an extra gear.
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all you have to do is type in 2006 ford 6.0 diesel for pages of issues Lawsuit Against Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Super Duty Diesel Engine |.

I turned down a ford 2006 350 dw 6.0 with only 30,000 miles on it a year and a half ago because all i could find about them was bad . and he was only asking 14,500. for it . gotta wonder why the price was so low and why the mileage was so low . maybe because it was in the shop more then on the road
But...If it was fixed there should be many more years of reliable use..
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Hi,
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I agree the early (late 2003, early 2004) 6.0 engines did have issues and did cause a lawsuit.

I was extremely careful when I bought mine (had a full maintenance record from the dealer and was basically in new condition). I am meticulous in maintenance and never experienced any trouble.

I personally know three others with 6.0s, one that has three of them for his business. Out of that group, zero has had a failure with the engine.

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Let's not make this a 6.0 bash. Majority of the negative opinions about it are coming from people that were clueless and really don't know a damn thing about them. Maintenance is key, run 5w40 synthetic and change it every 5,000 miles along with the updated items and you'll have a reliable truck. I'm about to roll 170,000mi on stock heads and bolts and I tow heavy with a MILD tune.

You want to talk costly wait until warranty is up on those 6.7s and the fuel pump pollutes the fuel system. Hope you have 12 grand set aside. And the 6.4's are usually wore out so bad @ 100,000mi. that when they grenade they are not even servicable.
Buy a 6.0, put maybe 1000 or worse case scenario 5 into it and you have a truck that can go 500,000mi.

Point is they all have issues includes the almighty Cummins with blown head gaskets. You can only squeeze so much juice from an orange and with emission standards and the HP & TQ war among the top 3 these trucks are running on edge. It's all how far you push them. Here's a little educational video if your in the market.
https://youtu.be/8o2LGuzl0go
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I guess I won't try selling anything on this site.

Good luck mbutts
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Good luck mbutts
Yeah no kidding. He'd have much better time on Ford-trucks.com or local Craigslist and hope to get someone that's educated and enthused about owning a 6.0
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Yeah, I would have never guessed putting up a classified would quickly turn into a multipage postfest.

I do have it on Craigslist, Cars.com, IRV2, and was just looking to get some more exposure.
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