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post #1 of 5 Old 08-23-2010, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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im looking at a 1995 f350 powerstroke with 150145miles the water pump went on the guy like 1/2mile from the work site(i was behind him) this snapped the belt what kind of damage could be done to the truck and is it a good buy at 4000
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i assume it didnt overheat? if not them i would assuem nothing mroe than belt slap damage, hoses, and anything esle in the belt area thats soft...

$4k isnt bad. is it ext. cab, crew, 4x4?

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reg cab xlt and the body is mint. and no it didnt overheat. from what is see the belt just went around the pump and didnt swing all over
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are the airbox bolts metal or plastic? the plastic was a recall, caused motor dusting. they should be metal unless he upgraded. other than that it sounds like a fair deal.

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it has metal but i got the napa filter intake off the other truck i sold
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