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Old 04-15-2002, 03:51 PM
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Who has experience with high milage Excursions, or Super Duty trucks? The PSD engine will last forever, but how about the rest of the truck? How are they holding together?

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Old 04-15-2002, 05:54 PM
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Hi Chart! I can't answer your truck question, but seeing your name on the board reminded me of something......I have a picture of you and Mrs. Chart! Remember, from Pickled Pete's?

Please don't shoot me, but I have been so paranoid about calling your wife by the wrong name, that now I can't remember what the right one is. I'm pretty sure it's Jennifer, but then I say no, maybe it was Joan! I can't help it; I keep getting her and Mrs. FWK mixed up!!!!

Anyway, I will e-mail you the pic.

Hope to see you guys soon!
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Old 04-15-2002, 06:17 PM
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How sweet of you. Any don't worry about forgetting WandaMae's name. She's very understanding. . . being a blond herself.

I sent my email address in a reply to your PM.

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We are asking ourselves the same questions.
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Brakes are the only problem I have heard of. New pads, rotors,after 60,000mi. That is all i know of otherwise they are way over engineered for the general purpose they are used for. Great trucks that will last if taken care of.
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