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6.7 Cummins Vs. LBZ Duramax

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Old 01-08-2012, 12:34 PM
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Do you like to work under the hood of your truck or are you the type that just sends it in?

I work as a fleet mechanic with Ford and Chev diesels. Yet I drive a Cummins as its by far the easiest to pull wrenches on. Check where the fuel filter is on the Duramax vs the Cummins.

I'd much rather deal with ball joints and and trannys vs pulling my hair out everytime I work on the motor.
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This is a good post as I'm looking to get a new truck. I have a 95 dodge ctd I love it except for the front end. Getting ready to replace most of the parts. I see that the 3rd gens still have front end issues. My next truck needs to be a crew cab. It will not be the work horse my 95 is but still tow with it. So I'm looking at comfort and nice driving and not having to work on the front end constintly.


How do the Chevy front ends hold up?
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