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FORD 7.3 POWERSTROKE COMPILATION PART 1 - PURE SOUND - ROLLING COAL



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what did his engine light come on at 6:21?
The 4wd is wonderful in this truck u can turn it on and push and ur out
I remember when I thought 7.3s were powerful then I build a 6.0!
10:48 I actually got a semi from hearing that lol
I’d take an I6 over a v8 diesel any day of the week. Online thing ford had was a good truck. Not now. Those aluminum bodies are just plain stupid.
1:40 my man in the background “anddd their goes the head gaskets...” haha made my day😂
Ford found on Road Dead fixing and repair dealer
Even if you don't like fords, I think we can all agree that the 7.3 motor is bad ass.
Some of those where a 7.3 idi which is a completely different engine.
My dad has a 2002 F350 7.3 5 speed manual and it towed a big trailer with six 15" diameter wet pine logs up a bunch of hills no problem.
Wait a minute.... A rhd super duty???
Although I'm a die-hard Dodge fan, I love the 7.3 to death. A true war horse. It is not a Ford engine; it was made by/for International. That being said, I'd still choose a Cummins to this day.

Ah shit who am I kidding? if the 7.3 was for the right price, I might stray outside of my "comfort zone". MIGHT
Nice right hand drive 7.3
This has to be my favorite YT video
3:11its a idi
Im 16 and my parents are getting me a '99 f250. Any problems?
I love my 97 7.3
p o l l u t i o n
That’s a 6.0 in the thumbnail
Ford pulling out a Chevy what a surprise


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.