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Old 01-22-2010, 07:26 PM
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6.0 heads...injectors....ficm...tranny...

Just wondering what is reasoanble prices for these parts from a 03 6.0L excursion?...super duty and excursion motor and tranny the same right?...please chime in to help me out
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Yes, they are the same.
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Old 01-23-2010, 03:43 AM
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Any idea what heads...stock injectors....and tranny would be worth?..I'm thinking at least $1000 for tranny...$400. For Ficm ....I just don't know how much heads are worth?
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Old 01-23-2010, 03:44 AM
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Oh yeah injectors maybe $600?
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It all depends on the condition. Are you planning on putting these on your truck? If so I just thought, the oil branches are different from '03 to '05 plus. Other than that everything is the same. As far as prices, i've seen heads go for $400-$1000 depending on condition and mileage. It also helps the sale if they have been checked out.
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Old 01-23-2010, 08:09 AM
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Cool....just curious cause I might be buying a 03 motor and tranny with around 100,000 miles keep parts I want and sell the rest
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Well if you think about it, getting heads ported and new valves cost 1000 each, i'd be lower then that.

Trans 100k on it probably wont sell for 1000 I cant tell you that now your better off probably doing about 500 to 600 if that.

FICM hmm 400 a bit high remember you got miles on these things its different then someone having a 50k FICM for 300 bucks. Yeah ppl are buying them left an right but it could burn out on them 2 months later.

Simply cant ask to much for high mileage parts and not knowing the condition of them either. Heads could have cracks in them or warped. Tranny could be slipping etc etc.
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Simply cant ask to much for high mileage parts and not knowing the condition of them either. Heads could have cracks in them or warped. Tranny could be slipping etc etc.
I got a set of Injectors from a 2004 powerstroke, Owner said they worked fine, now truck runs like **** for until 130* eot thanks to stickey spool valves. Fortunatly I have my 190s back and it was only a temporary solution while mine were remanned. Just remember that someone is going to be pretty angry if you sell them something at top dollar and they get something that is less than perfect, they are going to be pissed.
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hey guys can anyone tell me if i can replace one head bolt at a time so i dont have to remove the entire head ?
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hey guys can anyone tell me if i can replace one head bolt at a time so i dont have to remove the entire head ?
your better off starting your own thread..or using the search on the forum and you will get a ton of replies...
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