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The only trouble Iíve had with my Ď15 6.7 DRW is I just replaced the DPF at 96K after towing an 18K# fifth wheel for the last 40K miles! Only $4,000 including labor!


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DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE OF COMPARING A 2011 TRUCK WITH A 2017+ WITH A 3RD GENERATION SCORPION. My observation is that at this point in 2019 most of the gremlins have been taken care of.


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The EPA gets all manner of blame for stuff but they do not tell manufacturers what to do to get the engine to compliance. They issue the standard and require warnings and certain responses to problems. They are to blame for you getting shut down according to persons I know in the compliance engineering business. To my point: How are Hino, Isuzu, Mercedes 6.4L and 7.2L diesels doing? I know it is not an equal compariosn

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