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Old 01-10-2010, 05:18 AM
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Cant decide

I have been looking for a new truck now cant decide which one to get

first there is this one
97 F350 ps 4x4 w/130k miles, auto tranny, every option, dana 60 front, new steering, bearings, seals, shock, magtech covers, stainless turbo back exhaust, kn intake, edge programmwe, new batterys, new cd player and speakers, and gooseneck hitch
and its in perfect shape



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2000 Ford F-350 4X4
and this one has 120k but looks beat on from the pics

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Old 01-10-2010, 06:49 AM
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I would get the 00 because its 4door but thats just me.
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x2 on the crew cab. Also doesnt the 2000 have the forged rods? I love my reg cab obs but im tired of no room and no balls....
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x2 on the crew cab. Also doesnt the 2000 have the forged rods? I love my reg cab obs but im tired of no room and no balls....
really no power will not kill me, keep me from speeding
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I wouldn't say it was beat just from the seat pic, my seat has some wear to it on the side and it runs pretty good for a '99, better than the '04 chevy w/ half the miles I just got rid of. I'd go with the '00.
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I'd say its a matter of what you intend on using the truck for, Crew Cab offers all the room and comfort you'll ever need, I just saw one around me, similar 2000, little better shape seats, 130k miles, sold for $7k...so I wouldn't offer anymore than that, as for the 97, I've always loved that look, screw the lack of HP, and go for the classic look...tough decision, If it were me I'd have to buy both
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Which ever catches ur eye buy it.
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I'd say its a matter of what you intend on using the truck for, Crew Cab offers all the room and comfort you'll ever need, I just saw one around me, similar 2000, little better shape seats, 130k miles, sold for $7k...so I wouldn't offer anymore than that, as for the 97, I've always loved that look, screw the lack of HP, and go for the classic look...tough decision, If it were me I'd have to buy both


wish i could afford both
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will use the truck to drive me around and tow a gooseneck at most twice a month (towing a mud truck)
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wish i could afford both
If possible, go look at the 2000 in person, as I said the crew cab is never a waste of money....you should be able find seats for it at a salvage yard if thats whats ailing the decision...
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