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Bro_Gill

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They said the same thing about 3208 cats. You know what? They moved 32,000 pound fire trucks all day long with hardly any need for mechanical work and did their jobs. There is something to be said for reliability versus power, especially when your loved ones depend on it!
 

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should someone flip this ?


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I'll fix the punctuation and spelling.

"New OEM injectors, $350 a piece. New glow plugs. New air..."

New OEM injectors for a 7.3 are $259 plus a $100 core so that makes sense.
 

J BomBer

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I’ll never understand why someone would pull out a highly sought after, reliable diesel motor in a truck that’s increasing in value and put in a slow, pig of a gas motor instead… I own a vehicle with both of these motors in them and the diesel hands down waxes the gasser (although the diesel has a lot of upgrades) and the 6.0 is so slow I’m scared to drive it on the freeway.

prolly so they can say “it has an LS motor in it” only other motor worth putting in a truck like that would be a 5.9 Cummins
 

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hmmmm, Ford ruff rider posters sold out quick, still chevy thunder posters laying around......for sale still.....
 

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Ready for KOH!

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Crusty Shellback

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Saw this one today.


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He says it's loaded, but it looks more like a entry level truck. Missing all of the options. And not sure why it doesn't have the bead lock rims which were factory stock.

So it's a $70K ish truck he's asking $98K for.

Oh but wait, he's throwing in a $6K "wrap"??
 

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$105k for a used truck that you could buy brand new for $78k?????
 

Crusty Shellback

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Just looked at the RAM site. That is a entry level TRX. No options added. $72K.

So he want's $98K for a used truck that MSRP was $72K. I thought he said no $20 to $40 K dealer mark up, yet he's marked it up $28K.
 

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After seeing all the floating cars in ny, many will be shocked to find out there are no cars, used or new, to replace the water logged ones. Prices have not peaked yet, It will get worse. lol
 

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hmm, when is peak time to sell my 340k no reverse gear subaru ?, im thinking next week for$ 5- 6000, just before the big late october crash
 
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