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Old 04-13-2012, 08:25 AM
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Part out or Sell?

Hi all,
I would like some opinions on my situation.

I purchased a 97 F350 crew cab 4X4 PSD from a government auction with around 48k miles. Unfortunately it is very rusty and the frame cross members are gone.

Instead of replacing the cross members I decided that I would get another 97 F350 crew cab to use as a donor for my low mileage engine.

So I now also have a 97 F350 crew cab dually long bed with a 7.5 gas motor and power window and locks that runs and drives.

I have most everything needed to make a dually crew cab long bed PSD 4X4 truck except the time to do it.

Do you think its best to sell them as a package to someone who wants a neat truck in the end or sell them separate?

Thanks
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Old 04-13-2012, 08:58 AM
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better to part them out a 7.3 motor like that with low miles is worth $1200-1500
aut trans out of that diesel $450-700 tcase $100-250 axles front $300-700 rear axle $200-400 pcm $150-200 idm $150-200 etc all depends on what you payed for the truck
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Old 04-13-2012, 09:49 AM
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If you part them out I am looking for an xlt title cruise control auto steering column.


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Where you located? May be interested in the package?

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Old 04-13-2012, 12:07 PM
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Where you located? May be interested in the package?
I am about 30 minutes north of Philadelphia PA
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if you were closer i would be interested, good luck either way
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if you part it i'd be interested in the D60 front axle. I'm in MD
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Old 04-13-2012, 05:09 PM
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I'm right in bucks county. Where are you located? If you decide to part them out deffinatly let me know. My brother and i have the same truck and were always looking for used parts.
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Old 04-15-2012, 07:36 AM
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7.3 motor how much?

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Hi all,
I would like some opinions on my situation.

I purchased a 97 F350 crew cab 4X4 PSD from a government auction with around 48k miles. Unfortunately it is very rusty and the frame cross members are gone.

Instead of replacing the cross members I decided that I would get another 97 F350 crew cab to use as a donor for my low mileage engine.

So I now also have a 97 F350 crew cab dually long bed with a 7.5 gas motor and power window and locks that runs and drives.

I have most everything needed to make a dually crew cab long bed PSD 4X4 truck except the time to do it.

Do you think its best to sell them as a package to someone who wants a neat truck in the end or sell them separate?

Thanks
want to sell engine?
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Old 04-15-2012, 07:41 AM
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Pm me a price for the PCM shipped to 02885
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