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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-24-2012, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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X-Plan Pin Number

Looking for an X-Plan Pin number to make the dream happen. Thanks in advance.

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2012 F-250 6.7 Crew Cab traded for 2015 after 3 complete DPF failures. Blackstone showed consistently high aluminum levels indicating piston wear or bearing failure. 25,000 miles.
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Some advice. I've gotten them before and used them. However, on my current truck on order I didn't want to play the waiting/begging game. I asked around but didn't hear anything. So, I made it easy. All you have to do is join the EAA. (Experimental Aircraft Association.) It's $40. When you join you get 2 pins a year. According to their web site, you have to wait until you've been a member for 30 days before you get a pin, but it's not true. I generated mine 5 minutes after joining. If you want to be cheap you can cancel your membership at anytime during the year and get your full $40 back. I'm keeping it to say thanks though. Anyways, it's a low stress way to get your own pin. Plus they are a John Deere parnter too so you can get pins for discounted JD products as well.
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Got my Pin number, thanks Mark!

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2012 F-250 6.7 Crew Cab traded for 2015 after 3 complete DPF failures. Blackstone showed consistently high aluminum levels indicating piston wear or bearing failure. 25,000 miles.
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So is the X-plan cheaper than invoice pricing?

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X-plan pricing is dealer invoice minus 0.4%. Plus $275 admin fee. Then subtract rebates, offers, etc.

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2015 F-250 6.7 Crew Cab Lariat.

2012 F-250 6.7 Crew Cab traded for 2015 after 3 complete DPF failures. Blackstone showed consistently high aluminum levels indicating piston wear or bearing failure. 25,000 miles.

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