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Old 07-19-2014, 04:20 AM   #1
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cool article

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Re: cool article

Sportsmobiling: you're doing it wrong

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6.4L Powerstroke? Wait until he finds out he has a tarnished 6.0.

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My only concern with the camper is with the base chassis, and the quality record of Ford, which has been tarnished by the 6.0-liter Powerstroke. All indications are that the new 6.4-liter engine has addressed those concerns, and I hope they have, as this expedition camper van is otherwise ready for an around-the-world overland trip.
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