Looking a bit, the problem I find is they're mostly high km and/or lifted and/or clapped out. I'm just gonna keep an eye out and if something comes up, I'll look at it.
That cooling is king. I read a lot on those ecodiesels and the first 4 years had terrible cooling capacity when towing. Undersized rad and most of the grills used had poor flow. Sounded like a lot of owners ran extremely hot and or were hitting defuelling limits.
My 3500 has wicked cooling. At the heaviest I ever had it, going damn near all out up hill, the trans temp was not even hot and the big mechanical fan roared and coolant never got much above 105C. It was a nice feeling as I have run enough junk over the years having to limit gears, rpm, have the heater going with the windows down trying to keep the shit box on the road.
Dammit! However, reading a couple of articles, they are calling it a temporary pause. Ford has however DISCONTINUED their 3.0 Powerstroke.From everything I am reading, the BabyMax is on Constraint (not available) for the 2022 models. Chip shortage.