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Question on a modded truck price

Hi, I probably going to look at a truck that's getting studded, deleted, oil cooler etc. My question is it's a 05 extended cab with around 150k on it. They are asking around $15k for it. I think it sounds like a good idea just because of the cost of studding alone. What do yall think? Is the mileage too high to be modding it and adding performance parts? I know it's a diesel it will run forever sometimes, but just wanting yalls opinion. Thanks
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I guess it all depends on how many miles per year you want to put on the truck and what type of use you want to use it for. IMO I would say that you should be fine with it with 150k on it. It could very easily make it another 150k if maintained properly.

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Dont know where ur at, but my buddy, who is a 6.0 guru! Has a 2005 F250 King Ranch Crew Cab with 150k that he is going to stud, delete, and oil cooler, for $16k. It has the leveling kit and sittiing on 315 Mickey Thompsons.

Or he has a 2006 that he is going to do the same thing to: 2006 F250 King Ranch Crew cab with 250-300k, for 13k. I have seen gauges on this truck. Oil Cooler Deltas is less than 5 degrees!

The 06 has alot of miles but runs perfect. I couldnt believe it. Best running 300k truck I have seen.

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Hi, I probably going to look at a truck that's getting studded, deleted, oil cooler etc. My question is it's a 05 extended cab with around 150k on it. They are asking around $15k for it. I think it sounds like a good idea just because of the cost of studding alone. What do yall think? Is the mileage too high to be modding it and adding performance parts? I know it's a diesel it will run forever sometimes, but just wanting yalls opinion. Thanks
mine had 200k on it completly stock been throwing performace parts at it ever snice

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I'm in MD. Alright good to know. I'm gonna look at a 05 F250 xlt ccsb 4x4 with 121k asking $14k tomorrow. But gonna keep that studded & deleted truck in the back of my mind knowing that it would be a while till I could stud the other one.
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As long as the truck doesn't feel like its guts have been rung out, you should be good to go on it.

The only bad thing about a diesel is people say they should last 300,000+ miles, that's true for the motor, but there is a vehicle it's attached to and has to be maintained as well.

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Yeah I've seen alot of fairly low mile trucks but from the pics you can tell the whole underside is rusting out. I plan on doing the deletes, getting the vehicle in good shape then moving into performance.
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