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post #1 of 34 Old 12-23-2008, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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naturally-aspriated 1994 PSD

have a line on a '94 F250 non-turbo PSD

any comments on this powerplant? I'm not planning to hotrod the truck, just looking for a HD vehicle for hauling gear and towing my 6000# boat/trailer
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if its not turboed then it should be a 93' but i could be wrong and and it isnt a psd but they are good trucks just don't make much power but you can turn the pump up to get a little

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the 7.3's are good trucks, very reliable. i'd get a newer turbo diesel truck though if you tow alot.


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was wondering why the price was so good ($3K); thought it was the utility body that was keeping the price that low

I don't need to go fast, but pulling a 6000# boat/trailer up a steep saltwater ramp requires torque and weight

heck, I'm used to driving slow...my DD is a 3L 1985 Mercedes turbodiesel wagon w/240K on the odo
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was wondering why the price was so good ($3K); thought it was the utility body that was keeping the price that low

I don't need to go fast, but pulling a 6000# boat/trailer up a steep saltwater ramp requires torque and weight

heck, I'm used to driving slow...my DD is a 3L 1985 Mercedes turbodiesel wagon w/240K on the odo
sounds like the truck for you then. my buddy has an '89 7.3L non psd with 380K on it and still running strong


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confused

would this be the IH engine then? why is the seller advertising this as a '94

did Ford introduce the PSD in late 94?

really wanted a PSD but if the 7.3L non-PSD is sturdy than that's cool
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yes the psd is a late 94(94.5) pre powerstokes were strong engines, but as statd above, not near the power of a psd

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dang, just my luck

I'm thinkin I"m onto a great PSD deal but I'm suckin dirty pond water (agin )

might take a look-see anyhoo
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here are a couple of pics the seller sent me


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seems to be pretty straight!

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