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Old 05-23-2019, 03:17 PM   #1
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2014 m2-106

Has anyone interacted with the M2 sport chassis with the 9L cummins? Dad burnt a hole in the EGR cooler on our 2017 F-450 this weekend hauling 14 head in the 36' gooseneck. 2nd Ford truck the farm has ate in 5 years has got the little brother looking at medium duty trucks. Don't think I'll convince them to buy a Ram but at least they're starting to think the right way.
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Old 05-23-2019, 07:16 PM   #2
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Has anyone interacted with the M2 sport chassis with the 9L cummins? Dad burnt a hole in the EGR cooler on our 2017 F-450 this weekend hauling 14 head in the 36' gooseneck. 2nd Ford truck the farm has ate in 5 years has got the little brother looking at medium duty trucks. Don't think I'll convince them to buy a Ram but at least they're starting to think the right way.


What do you want to know about them? I am very familiar with the engine side and been around the chassis a decent amount. Very reliable engine and not bad trucks for what they are


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Old 05-24-2019, 10:31 AM   #3
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We fight the chassis/body control module constantly on our M2. Lights won't work, ABS problems, just a PITA.

We sold our M2 last week, never again.
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