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Old 09-08-2010, 10:38 PM
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selling a spartin

I am going to be putting my 6.4 back to stock and want to sell my spartin.. is there anything special i have to do to it befor i can sell it after i reset my truck back to complete stock programs.. really need some input on thisl.. and if there is anything that has to be done can you please let me know where and what it costs to do it.. thank you
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:08 PM
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Make sure you return the truck completely back to stock tuning wise, and notify the potential buyers that there will be a $325 licensing fee to make it work on their truck.
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:48 PM
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What kind of price are you looking for, for the Spartan? Might be interested in the down pipe and all.
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i havent decided yet on a price i figured there was a licencing fee but i was not exspecting that much... i am going to sell the downpipe back aluminised exhaust, the tuner, the dash mount, and the s&b intake as one kit like i bought it. as soon as i get a price put together i be posting it hopefully in the next week..
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Old 09-09-2010, 05:24 AM
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Why not post a price now? Some people are interested and you could lose a potential sale from dragging your feet.
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i don't want to post a price entill i get it out of the truck and make sure nothing gets damaged wile removing it from the truck.
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Old 09-09-2010, 07:25 AM
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why are you going back stock?
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Old 09-10-2010, 03:31 AM
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as much as i love the ford trucks i had an exhaust leek on the up pipes took the truck in tuesday morning they just started to work on it yesterday and they said i might get it back monday or tuesday... the up pipe is easy to change but them having to wast a day to pull the cab and put it back and on top of that it sitting in shop for 2 days befor they touch it i cant afford... i use the truck to move my job trailer on a day to day basis and this week cost me 400 to have some one move it all week and yesterday i couldn't do anything cause the trailer was one place and he couldn't move it so i lost a days work about 550 alone.. so i am going cummins 5.9 where i can work on it my self and fix it and get back to work asap
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Do you think that the spartan setup had anything to do with your leak starting?
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