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6.0 intercooler price

whats a good price for a 6.0 intercooler?

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I think i paid $150 shipped for mine, im not sure if thats good or not haha.
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I been collecting parts for my I/C install on my 96' and got quotes from local savage yards of $150 for 6.0 and $175 for 7.3. Don't know why the 7.3 was more money. I will probably get one from a salvage vs buying one online so i can look it over good before buying it, and save on shipping cost.
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The 7.3 one is all aluminum, the 6.0 has plastic end caps.


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i know the diff between them im looking to find out what is a good price for one

97 F250 HD, XLT, ext. cab. long bed, 4X4, E40D, 3:55LS, 3" DP, 4" MBRP, 5 1/2" tip, No Cat, No Muffler, E-Fuel, TS 6 pos chip, Front add-a-leaf, CAI 6637, Marinco Block Heater Plug, 265/75r16 transforce a/t, custom made mirror extensions, door keypad
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FREE!!!!!!! always the best price, but 150 or less seems the going rate, ive seen a few go for $75 on CL tho, good luck

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I bought a whole SD 7.3 without a box for $1000. 7.3 ran. Got the spider, IC, HPOP and fuel pump off it. Sold tranny for $200 and rear axle for $200. Should be able to get my money out of it.

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