Here's Why The Ford Powerstroke 7.3 Turbo Diesel Lasts Forever (And Why New Fords are Junk)

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    Hoovies GarageHoovies GaragePrieš mėn
    • What year is the excursion?

      Logan LoveLogan LovePrieš 16 dienų
    • Upper oil pan leaks and DPF system suuuuucccckkksss in those trucks. Other than those two things they are damn near bulletproof. I know because I've been working on them for a very very long time.

      The ManThe ManPrieš mėn
    • clickbaiter

      Alpha Grey WolfAlpha Grey WolfPrieš mėn
    • My dad has an 06 Dakota we just got rid of he had so many problems with it and every Ford my dad has ever had was around 16 years old when something bad happened but he still doesn’t like ford

      Life NoobLife NoobPrieš mėn
    • When a ford breaks it doesn’t cost a mortgage payment or 6 like a Mercedes does. How can a Mercedes guy have any room to talk about any other car companies reliability

      Kevinb1821Kevinb1821Prieš mėn
  • When the two are cruising around they reminded me of what the guys from king of the hill would say.

    Christopher Stock Jr.Christopher Stock Jr.Prieš 9 val

    N4CRN4CRPrieš 13 val
  • Transmission for the 7.3 on the failure list????

    John DziubinskiJohn DziubinskiPrieš dieną
  • If they are fetching big bucks and in such hi demand ... why doesn’t ford just make it again? 🤔

    Robert G.wreckRobert G.wreckPrieš dieną
  • “Daddy Doug”.

    Mixed KidMixed KidPrieš 2 dienas
  • Basic is the key to Fords. I had a few best of mine 97 150 xl, 01 navigator, 05 towncar. Navi was good at the core even though some of the luxurious item's broke. The town car was real good. There's a reason limo companies love them. 97 150 only had triton 4.6 automatic 4x4 ac and thats it.

    myveryfirstnamemyveryfirstnamePrieš 3 dienas
  • Sorry but ford diesels will never compare to the Chevy Duramax or the Dodge Cummins. I know I’m going to catch some flak for saying that but I said because I don’t think that the Ford diesel engines are as reliable as the other two.

    Joey recoilJoey recoilPrieš 3 dienas
  • My 2001 Ford Explorer with a 5.0 has 201k miles and works perfectly

    mikenikedude201mikenikedude201Prieš 4 dienas

    Meanold bonbonMeanold bonbonPrieš 4 dienas
  • Man I don’t like that ranchhand bumper looks tacky and bulky a nice off-road bumper would be much nicer

    Robert FrenchRobert FrenchPrieš 4 dienas
  • Got 40 seconds into the video and couldn't take him contradicting himself constantly.

    Michael W DagleMichael W DaglePrieš 6 dienų
  • I am a hotshot driver in Texas that once had a 2001 F-350 dually 7.3L V8 Power Stroke (bought with 130,000'ish miles in 2009). I can tell you it is a great motor for its time, and it was very reliable to a point. I had the motor rebuilt at around 350,000 miles, which I was able to get another 220,000'ish miles for a total of almost 600,000 miles before some dumb bitch pulled out in front of me and totaled the truck out. I then replaced it with a 2017 F-450 Lariat dually 6.7L Power Stroke, and let me tell you I would never ever go back to the 7.3L V8. First, the power is unbelievable and I can tow over twice the weight. My old 7.3L was able to tow 15,000'ish lbs. while my 2017 can tow over 30,000 lbs. I make a lot more money with this truck than I ever did with my old truck. I should have upgraded years ago but I just loved that truck and could not get rid of it. Anyway, I have about 180,000'ish miles on 2017 now and it has been almost flawless. Hopefully, I can hit a million miles long as dumb bitches do not pull out in front of me.

    Snake PlisskenSnake PlisskenPrieš 6 dienų
  • Thats the same with every brand just about though mo sensors mo problems less fun

    PrevenantPrevenantPrieš 6 dienų
  • 2:08 did... did he... just call an SUV a TRUCK

    RedLightRunnerzRedLightRunnerzPrieš 7 dienų
  • Good Lord, fix your seatbelt

    teamtasty1212teamtasty1212Prieš 8 dienų
  • New fords are fricking awesome

    PA HuntingPA HuntingPrieš 9 dienų
  • Hoovie was trash talking that truck so much. Like its not an opinion, he is stating them like facts. He is just being a spoiled brat. Or a RICHARD SKULL!

    Hail F.T.LHail F.T.LPrieš 9 dienų
  • "I see you had to turn a key" 😂😂

    Paul HeyesPaul HeyesPrieš 9 dienų
  • if you buy a diesel and want it to be quite, you are a boomer or a stooge.

    Kreuzritter GottesKreuzritter GottesPrieš 10 dienų
  • Hoovie is such a babe 😍😍😍 /swoon

    Morgana MichaelMorgana MichaelPrieš 10 dienų
  • I have a '13 F-150 XL standard cab (basic fleet model), w/ 5.0 liter Coyote engine. As long as Ford offers the Coyote engine basic models I'm a fan. A good reliable work horse without all that I deem as non-sense add-ons that is just something waiting to break.

    Titus TuckerTitus TuckerPrieš 11 dienų
  • Tundra is the best, obviously not diesel but..,.

    Uncle Outlaw 79Uncle Outlaw 79Prieš 12 dienų
  • When people try to say their truck is fast hahaha

    SpartanArmy117SpartanArmy117Prieš 12 dienų
  • No Powerstroke has ever had Twin Turbos. The 6.4 had Compound Turbos.

    Outdoor Life OklahomaOutdoor Life OklahomaPrieš 12 dienų
  • I feel like rambling on a bit. But ... The 6.7L was built in house by Ford. Ford had given up on International about a decade ago. 6.7 despite having the DEF fluid is pretty bulletproof. The 6.0 and 6.4 (6.5 for when International used the engine in its medium duty commercial trucks) were too much of a headache for Ford. Ford had numerous lawsuits against International Harvester Navster Diesel. Also there was a 4.5L V6 diesel International built based off of the 6L. It was used in the Ford LCF (low cab front) medium duty truck. These were the commercial trucks with the square cabs where the driver is the crumple zone so the driver could have excellent viability for city driving. Anyway the 6.7L engine is a pretty damn good engine with a shit ton of power. My dad has a 2019 model, considered the second generation 6.7L his truck. The previous generation Super Duty used the first generation 6.7L. That’s about a decade old now. The 2020 model year facelift Super Duty uses the new third generation 6.7L with larger turbo and ECU tune. It’s a compacted graphite iron block with aluminum heads and it’s a 32-valve, 4-valve per cylinder DOHC V8 engine. Yes, it’s a quad cam engine. The 7.3, 6.0, and 6.4 International engines are pushrods as is the Cummins engines the Ram HD uses. I’m not sure about the Isuzu engines GM uses. The Cummins engine is a single cam I believe over a simple big inline six block - newer engines are 6.7L like Ford’s. However the older 5.9L Cummins are sought after like the 7.3L due to not having particular filter or DEF etc. The 5.9L Cummins and 7.3L International are among the most enduring diesel truck engines. Ford used Cummins engines for awhile in the Ford F-650 and 750 Medium Duty trucks that International built for awhile. International built trucks, but used Cummins engines because the company knew the Cummins engines would outlast the 6.0 and 6.4 engines. International badged the 6.4 as a 6.5L for International trucks while Ford badged it as a 6.4 Powerstroke. Ford still uses Powerstroke for the 6.7 as well as the 3.0L V6 in the F-150 and the new 2.0L bi turbo EcoBlue diesel in the Transit. The previous 3.2L I-5 turbo diesel Ford offered was badged as a Powerstroke also. The 3L V6 is made in Mexico and shipped to England to be used in Land Rover vehicles and America to be used in the F-150. Believe it’s called the Lion V6. The EcoBlue bi turbo I-4 engine is the engine that’s in the Ranger Raptor as well as other higher spec Rangers in overseas markets. It’s a pretty modern engine - 16 valve DOHC etc. But the 6.7L’s success for Ford is allowing Ford to retire its 6.8L V10 gas engine. It replaced the 460 ci big block and is pretty much in 90% of motorhomes. My dad had a F-250 with that engine and he said it was the best engine in any truck he owned. He has a new 6.7L diesel now. Only problem with engine was the fuel economy. 10 MPG. Didn’t matter if he towed a 40 foot travel trailer or was driving unloaded. He got 10 consistently. No problems otherwise. 5-speed Torqshift was more reliable than the 4-speed the 7.3L used. I mean my dad had the truck when the diesel option would’ve been the 6L. Ford decided the 6.8L V10 made better sense for the Class A motorhome chassis and the E-Series Cutaways to send motorhome manufacturers. It was a much quieter engine and most RV buyers prefer not to head the loud clanking of the Diesel engine and also the 6.8L V10 was a much more reliable engine. The motorhomes with the V10 loaded achieve the same 10 MPG. I don’t know how Ford did that. My dad once did achieve 12 MPG and was happy. The new 7.3L gas big block V8 Ford replaced the V10 with gets about 15 to maybe 18 MPG unloaded. Anyway I know a diesel technician who owns a 7.3L diesel Ford truck as well a truck with a 6.8L V10 gas engine. That V10 Ford kept in production about 20 years through three decades because the International diesels (the 6L and 6.4L) gave Ford so many problems. People wonder why Ford invested in a new big block gas engine (7.3L). It was because Ford wanted to make sure it had a successor to the V10 if the in-house 6.7L diesel was junk. The 7.3L is a still a good option because the markup for the diesel is out of reach for many Hd truck buyers and the Ford 6.2L in the base F-250 isn’t enough power. The 6.2L is that same engine from the first generation F-150 Raptor. It survives as the base engine in the Super Duty detuned of course. The engine is all aluminum while the 7.3L is all cast iron and pushrod. It’s the value sweet spot for performance in the Super Duty if you don’t really need or want the 6.7L diesel. Sorry for rambling on.

    Benjamin BurkhardtBenjamin BurkhardtPrieš 13 dienų
    • It’s confusing I know but the 7.3 lives on as a big block gas engine (successor to the V10 which was successor to the 460 ci V8 - an engine that would be used to non driving power equipment because it could be idled for hours even days at a time only really needing to be refueled (trucks with the 460 ci got 10 MPG if the driver was lucky and an insanely good driver))

      Benjamin BurkhardtBenjamin BurkhardtPrieš 12 dienų
  • I've got a 95' powerstroke. 290,300 miles. Still haul 10,000# of hay with it. If I put $70,000 into it out would destroy that 2018.

    mark broadmark broadPrieš 13 dienų
  • There is 1 truck in that drive way and 1 van with a long hood.

    mark broadmark broadPrieš 13 dienų
  • These engines were some reason used in a 3800 bluebird international

    mikeymikeyPrieš 13 dienų
  • Sold yet????

    Jerome BurrascaJerome BurrascaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Dang man I'd love to buy this excursion

    power stroke614power stroke614Prieš 13 dienų
  • Yeah all they need is Westin and his buddy Dom eating Pizza in the back seat.

    a wa wPrieš 14 dienų
  • Saying the 6.4 is a lil better than the 6.0 show your lack of knowledge.

    Derek CDerek CPrieš 14 dienų
  • Extended warranty on used truck? This is defenitely not the channel for the guy who deleted his 6.7 at 15k.

    Derek CDerek CPrieš 14 dienų
  • 1997 to 2003 power stroke or v12 Cummings the rest is pure garbage. That new rig is gay as hell . Mood lighting what's next a dress and makeup?

    Tim ShoebridgeTim ShoebridgePrieš 14 dienų
  • I bought 2002 voyager 4cyl van 2.4 1500$ gets 40mpg . highway not at all sluggish had a year only brake pads 2tires. Egr transducer.🤗

    Don DesnooDon DesnooPrieš 14 dienų
  • Rare as a penny

    DeviouSDeviouSPrieš 15 dienų
  • this guys an idiot

    Cami0301Cami0301Prieš 16 dienų
  • 20 grand for that you can get one for $10,000 supposedly

    AP OutdoorsAP OutdoorsPrieš 16 dienų
  • It’s always I’m not a ford guy for dodge guy or Chevy guy 😂

    AMarqzMAMarqzMPrieš 16 dienų
  • narcos

    *Staple Gun**Staple Gun*Prieš 17 dienų
  • I'm thinking for somebody that has never touched a wrench. He sure seems to think he knows everything

    J. YoungJ. YoungPrieš 17 dienų
  • Since when did they make the 6.7 twin turbo?

    AldayAldayPrieš 17 dienų
  • Mine is a 2001 F-250 with 210,000. I sure love our truck. We ordered it back in 2000!

    Jackie TJackie TPrieš 17 dienų
  • Ford buyers buy it for the warranty. They're reliable, at least for the first 36k miles lol

    Wolffe CroweWolffe CrowePrieš 17 dienų
  • here is two idiots with way too much money, that clearly know nothing about trucks. The older stuff, though lacking features and gizmos, had way more comfortable seats and better leg room, and were just dang reliable. Also my 95' 7.3 f350 is not 1/3 the hp, more like 2/3 the hp and 3/4 the torque, and obviously geared different but still turbocharged, but i tow 10-15k lbs on the regular with it and it feels sturdier than the new trucks at almost 700k. It is not obnoxious, it inst starved of hp by adding def systems and ridiculous amounts of exhaust like the new trucks, and yet still gets 17-18mpg empty regularly, while putting out 1.25 the carbon emissions as a new 6.7. I would love to see your 6.7 25 years from now, will be full of electrical problems due to over complicated electronics to make today's customers happy with a bunch of useless features. I have power windows and AC, i am happy its a truck not a sedan. yes the seats are torn and its has leaf springs up front, but you know what, it works its ass off to help me put food on the table. Sad to see people with no mechanical skill-set shame trucks that would be top tier for someone who actually needs to use one rather than stare at it in the driveway of you mansion.

    Thomas KouttronThomas KouttronPrieš 19 dienų
  • you forgot to give it a dougscore

    taltigolttaltigoltPrieš 19 dienų
  • If you don’t find that it has enough power to get up and go for a 4000 kg truck I’ll probably less because of the aluminum honestly and no they’re not TwinTurbo

    Tom PerreaultTom PerreaultPrieš 19 dienų
  • this guy is so annoying

    Shawn ForsytheShawn ForsythePrieš 20 dienų
  • i hope it didn't go to a stupid person!

    Eric MatthewsEric MatthewsPrieš 20 dienų
  • Błazen!!!!poland

    Michał MiszaxxxMichał MiszaxxxPrieš 20 dienų
  • I wish I would have never purchased my 2000 f250 7.3 it has given me nothing but trouble, IPR , ICP, CPS, IDM and HPOP went out within 4 months of owning it. It has 180k miles.... And now the oil cooler tube seals and the turbo is going out. Mine ended up being a lemon but and I know most of them can run nearly a million miles without issue but it still left a bad taste in my mouth and I’ll never purchase another 7.3 or recommend that anyone else does.

    Joshua GentryJoshua GentryPrieš 22 dienas
  • Nothing bothers me more than someone who is completely uneducated speaking about something in a negative way,I agree that the 7.3 is a better engine but he acts like fords are the only one with these issues,all new deissls have def systems,there all over complicated and choked down with emissions,idk man just ruffles my feathers

    DANK TANKDANK TANKPrieš 23 dienas
    • That's what I'm talking about,all the emissions,I mean yea you can dealet them all,but then you cant pass inspection,but most of those old trucks are self inspect,you can strait pipe those things and it dosnt even matter,because there self inspect

      DANK TANKDANK TANKPrieš 17 dienų
    • How is the 7.3 a better engine? The 6.7 will run circles around a 7.3 while using less fuel, especially once deleted. The 6.7s are every bit as reliable as the 7.3s. The 6.7s will start without the block heater in sub zero weather, 7.3s can be a massive pain in the ass once it gets cold. The only thing that the 7.3s really have better than a 6.7 is that you could get one with a zf6 behind it and the sound. I love the older trucks too, but the newer engines really are better, especially once you delete all the emissions BS.

      Wyatt LewisWyatt LewisPrieš 21 dieną
  • Lol this guy just buys and drives the shit out of every vehicle he owns, talks it up, then sells it for a profit at auction. Smh I hope he isn't one of them guys.

    BlondeWickBlondeWickPrieš 23 dienas
  • 7.3 for the win!

    7ViewerLogic7ViewerLogicPrieš 23 dienas
  • Both are beautiful. I want both.

    B FB FPrieš 23 dienas
  • My dad's a Ford guy. He had a 6.0 that was ALWAYS broken. He's got a new Ecoboost that's okay, but his daily driver is still a '95 7.3 Powerstroke. The only problem he ever had with that trunk was electrical and had nothing to do with the engine. It has 571K miles and is still going strong.

    TXSuburbanHomesteadTXSuburbanHomesteadPrieš 23 dienas
  • Excursion 7.3 diesel all day long or any Ford Super Duty with the 7.3 diesel. Why ? No emissions.

    P IP IPrieš 23 dienas
  • Bruh just buy a Toyota or a chevy or a ram. Ford is actual garbage. Also who has tried taking off ford lug nuts

    Thomas AndrewsonThomas AndrewsonPrieš 23 dienas
  • the chevy 5.3 blows the 5.7 out of the water ( not in reliability )

    lostlunelostlunePrieš 24 dienas
  • When yuppie boys talk about trucks 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    [Southern roots ][Southern roots ]Prieš 24 dienas
    • Can you even afford these trucks boy?

      Left LegLeft LegPrieš 4 dienas
  • Comments: 7.3 powerstrok is most reliable! No 12 valve cummings is best diesel! Me: No Toyota 2L diesel is most reliable

    Smuckers TSmuckers TPrieš 24 dienas
  • All we used until three years ago was 7.3’s and they pulled anything we hooked up to. We tried a duramax. And it did okay. Pulled well but that’s about it. We traded it in before 100000 kms. And we now have a 6.7 powerstroke and it hasn’t had any problems yet. And one thing I hate when people say Is “you need horsepower to pull” you don’t! Unless you don’t know how to pull a load. And yes they are basic but you know what it gets the work done and looks so good doing it

    Warbrick TowingWarbrick TowingPrieš 24 dienas
  • Me smiling next to my 1999 7.3L Turbo Diesel F-250 Powerstroke Extended Cab Lifted Producing 370+ HP Truck.

    The SledneckThe SledneckPrieš 25 dienų
  • ford 460 v/8 and the v/10's were as good as diesels or better

    Dan KirchnerDan KirchnerPrieš 25 dienų
  • I feel geriatric if. 2001 trucks are considered old

    Michael ClossonMichael ClossonPrieš 25 dienų
  • Damn all this diesel talk. I’m takin my ass back to the jdm side ✌🏾

    Kaidyn DoveKaidyn DovePrieš 25 dienų
  • Chevy + electrical = shitty unreliable junk

    Justin BelkJustin BelkPrieš 25 dienų
  • 6.7 is a lot better engine than the 7.3. I don’t care what this guy says, I’ve owned a lot of different fords and been around a lot of other diesel brands and I would say that the 6.7 is the best you can buy and the best Diesel engine ford has ever had. Btw 6.7s aren’t twin turbo’d lol

    Sam Of AmericaSam Of AmericaPrieš 25 dienų
  • There is know way hoovie dad was a car salesman. Know way whatsoever.

    nashville slimnashville slimPrieš 25 dienų
  • How does a 7.3 feel quicker than a 6.7 idc how loud the turbo is😂I could out run a 7.3 lol

    King Ranch 6.0King Ranch 6.0Prieš 25 dienų
    • Really. 7.3s are absolute dogs unless you put a decent bit of cash into the engine.

      Wyatt LewisWyatt LewisPrieš 21 dieną
  • My old 7.3 is close to 300k. It's pulled a fifth wheel to every state in the US and all of Canada, hauled metal, block and lumber. The doors don't close right, the paints coming off and the leather seats are all cracked but she still runs like a top.

    Bradley RilesBradley RilesPrieš 25 dienų
  • I thought the 7.3 didn’t break because it has like 180 hp and 500lbs torque

    RideoldSchool88RideoldSchool88Prieš 25 dienų
  • 7.3l powerstroke is a puke. 6.0 can be made just as reliable ford like $1500. 7.3l is not as reliable as everyone says the 5.9l cummins is a better motor. The 6.7 powerstroke has been a great motor so far and its designed by ford the rest are international motors.

    Jack LaughlinJack LaughlinPrieš 25 dienų
  • You dont know anything. 6.7s are really good

    Tristen ButlerTristen ButlerPrieš 25 dienų
  • “The next best diesel” well ahead of both of those we got the Cummins and duramax

    Alaskan BoysAlaskan BoysPrieš 25 dienų
  • Both less guys don’t know a whole lot about trucks

    Chase BowersChase BowersPrieš 25 dienų
  • Good luck on the pocket when that thing breaks. Geesh!!

    Marlon GutierrezMarlon GutierrezPrieš 26 dienų
  • I seem 6.7 power stroke over 600,000 and still driveling very well

    tysonfootball33 Ftysonfootball33 FPrieš 26 dienų
  • They are electric power steering dumb dumb

    Derrickm02Derrickm02Prieš 26 dienų
  • I have a 2001 Ford Excursion Limited with 6.8 liter V10 that motor is considered Bulletproof and I love my 4×4 Excursion

    George MuncyGeorge MuncyPrieš 26 dienų
  • from 60-120 its really not much more then a 300hp mustang from the 1980's.

    Arden NielsenArden NielsenPrieš 26 dienų
    • even with mods.

      Arden NielsenArden NielsenPrieš 26 dienų
  • when it gets stuck in the ditch, not even the tow truck will be able to pull it out... meaning, a lol for everyone to look at for several months.

    Arden NielsenArden NielsenPrieš 26 dienų
  • The 7.3 harvester motor best motor ever

    The Zesty Gamer BoiThe Zesty Gamer BoiPrieš 26 dienų
  • Thank god you didn’t destroy that truck things a gem! I’d love that as a daily

    Sniper TSniper TPrieš 26 dienų
  • Since when is the 7.3’s turbo bigger? It’s non vgt giving you that sudden punch in power you’re describing. You should have at least researched what you were talking about, you’re spreading false information.

    PSD LeachPSD LeachPrieš 26 dienų
  • Ha Ha 3X the power???? My old 7.3 totally out dinner a 6.7 and still had half throttle

    Mr FuglyMr FuglyPrieš 26 dienų
  • My 2001 7.3 diesel Excursion is the best all around vehicle I've ever owned, and I'm 71 and have had lots of cars and trucks. It just keeps running. Total reliability and with a chip on safe tow, about 23 mpg on the highway, without a load.

    T BoneT BonePrieš 26 dienų
  • I don’t care about any of the comments.. I’m a hard core 7.3L powerstroke fan!! Ps put a tuner on that excursion and it’s just as quick as that 6.7L I agree with most here though, you’re gonna regret selling such a beautiful excursion

    Jamie McfarlaneJamie McfarlanePrieš 26 dienų
  • Ford made the V6 mustang with 95 more horsepower when they dropped it to a displacement of 3.7L from 4.0L in 2011.

    Matt LadnierMatt LadnierPrieš 26 dienų
  • Nice features.... to rape your wallet on future repair bills.

    Robert McgeeRobert McgeePrieš 26 dienų
  • It's because it isn't made by Ford at all, ant true mechanic or tech knows the og 7.3 was international engines.....

    Liberaltears SauceLiberaltears SaucePrieš 26 dienų
  • Expedition sold for 20k. Not bad

    Veterans BrotherhoodVeterans BrotherhoodPrieš 26 dienų
  • I think we are all forgetting something maintenance maintenance is key for any vehicles longevity and reliability my 2019 rio has 30 k miles in a year is my work and personal vehicle with regular oil changes filter changes and tire rotation and lubrication she runs like new still if you beat a car hard acceleration don't lube and get it checked and catch problems early it'll easily go from 50 dollar fix to 2 grand fix take care of your vehicles and they'll take care of you

    Lord ArkayLord ArkayPrieš 26 dienų
  • All the shade thrown at the 6.0s and 6.4s, even though he said 6.7s are twin turbo'd, clearly knows what he's talking about

    Hewett IndustriesHewett IndustriesPrieš 27 dienų
  • Hoodie made my dream of owning an Excursion much more expensive with this vid

    Tar2185Tar2185Prieš 27 dienų
  • Yes, they need to remake the Excursion

    Nicholas MurphyNicholas MurphyPrieš 27 dienų
  • Not twin turbo buddy. Single turbo. The 6.4 had two turbos. You're really not informed enough to talk about either engine. The 6.7 is a beast and proven to be reliable. They have been on the road for 10 years now.

    N TrentN TrentPrieš 27 dienų
  • 6.7s are actually great trucks as well as 6.0s when properly bullet proofed but 6.whores are junk and I have a 7.3 but they're nothing compared to a 6.0 or a 6.7s

    hp mattershp mattersPrieš 27 dienų
  • Imagine having no idea what you’re talking about. Terrible channel overall

    Josh BryantJosh BryantPrieš 27 dienų