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Old 11-19-2008, 01:46 PM
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need opinion please

I found a 95' 4x4 Ext Cab Long bed PSD...non straight axle...280K...both the interior and exterior look clean, with no rips or tares...no rust or paint fade minus in the bed since there was no bed liner. aftermarket rims and A/T tires

its under 5 grand and i was wondering if it was a good buy or not?

im not very familiar with PSD...

stacks a good idea on this truck?
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I found a 95' 4x4 Ext Cab Long bed PSD...non straight axle...280K...both the interior and exterior look clean, with no rips or tares...no rust or paint fade minus in the bed since there was no bed liner. aftermarket rims and A/T tires

its under 5 grand and i was wondering if it was a good buy or not?

im not very familiar with PSD...

stacks a good idea on this truck?
it sounds like a good buy, the only thing I would worry about on the truck is the transmission, is it an auto or manual? stacks I think would be a good idea
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oops i forgot to mention..the tranny is a AT and was replaced 900 miles ago
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those powerstrokes last forever if they was well taken care of and not used for major hauling alot. do u know if its been worked alot?
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go for it and yes stacks look great on the obs trucks
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ya have to agree on the stack part. in my opion 6 inch bull haulers....hahahaha. but sounds good to me
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i havent seen the truck in person since im currently in iraq(will be home in 12 days or so).

it couldn't have been worked to hard since its so clean looking

it looks almost brand new...the guy at the dealership said the only thing wrong with it was the water pump went out and they fixed it...oh and the radio doesnt work not a problem tho
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i havent seen the truck in person since im currently in iraq(will be home in 12 days or so).

it couldn't have been worked to hard since its so clean looking

it looks almost brand new...the guy at the dealership said the only thing wrong with it was the water pump went out and they fixed it...oh and the radio doesnt work not a problem tho
the radio is no big deal, I think its a great buy
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Old 11-19-2008, 02:18 PM
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thank you for the help and fast replies!...
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i havent seen the truck in person since im currently in iraq(will be home in 12 days or so).

it couldn't have been worked to hard since its so clean looking

it looks almost brand new...the guy at the dealership said the only thing wrong with it was the water pump went out and they fixed it...oh and the radio doesnt work not a problem tho
good to hear your coming home . my buddys brother is coming home the end of this month to. thank you
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