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2008-12-03 18:57:50
2008-12-03 18:57:50

Might be a 7.3 Navistar 6.0 and 7.3 were sold in the f-650 and up you could get catipiler and cummins ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Cooper is right, in the F250-550, you could only get the 6.0 and 7.3 as Ford offered the two diesels that particular year. Phased out the 7.3.

To get a cummins or Cat you had to buy a 650 or 750.

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