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Question Is a 2wd CCSB 6 speed hard to find???

Is it just me or is it just extremely hard to a crew cab 7.3 2wd with a 6 speed without ton of miles?

I found one never me with 78k miles but it was a 4x4....and they wanted 23,500 for it.

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It took me 6 months to find mine. Check Texas, superduties are a dime a dozen.

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I paid 8500 for mine. It had 120K on it. The truck in my sig.

FWIW.

I have also seen several more just like that show up in the Kansas city CL.

2000; F250; 7.3; 2wd; manual tranny; extended cab; 121k miles
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It took me 6 months to find mine. Check Texas, superduties are a dime a dozen.
Well thats the thing, i'm like 11 hrs. from Texas and would take me a day just go there. Was trying to find something a lil closer to home.

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I paid 8500 for mine. It had 120K on it. The truck in my sig.

FWIW.

I have also seen several more just like that show up in the Kansas city CL.
I see yours is x-cab....i have found a few manual x-cabs but i really want a crew cab.

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1993 F250 XL RCLB Turbo 7.3 IDI zf5 2wd 223k miles; 5 inch exhaust & tint -sold-
2006 F350 Lariat Harley Interior CCSB 6.0 Powerstroke 5r110 4x4 43k miles; SCT, EGR delete, ARP studs, tint, & 5 inch exhaust -sold-
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For what it's worth, Ford only made something like 10% of superduties in that configuration. When I bought mine, I wanted the 6 speed transmission, crew cab long bed. It didn't matter to me whether it was 2 or 4wd. But in hindsight, I wish I could've gotten it in 4wd.

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Well thats the thing, i'm like 11 hrs. from Texas and would take me a day just go there. Was trying to find something a lil closer to home.
At the time I was living in Biloxi, MS and bought mine in Baytown, Tx. This was right after Hurricane Katrina.

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Sorry, I missed you wanted the crew. Makes sense.

2000; F250; 7.3; 2wd; manual tranny; extended cab; 121k miles
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I considered getting a 2wd truck, because I don't really do that much off road driving but let me say that I would have been stuck far too many times if I was 2WD only. Not even off road - steep gravel driveways would have to be shredded to get up in 2wd. Just my thoughts, I would never consider a 2wd truck, no matter what the purpose.

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I considered getting a 2wd truck, because I don't really do that much off road driving but let me say that I would have been stuck far too many times if I was 2WD only. Not even off road - steep gravel driveways would have to be shredded to get up in 2wd. Just my thoughts, I would never consider a 2wd truck, no matter what the purpose.

Scott
Well i have just owned four 4x4 already and have been wanting a 2wd. I've always been more of a 2wd kinda guy. I ain't ever been hardcore on a 4x4 even though i have owned so many.

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1995 F-250 XLT
7.3 Powerstroke Lapis Blue Metallic SuperCab ZF5 3.55 2wd Long Bed 275k miles
3.5 from the downpipe to stock 6.4 muffler, 43367 diy intake.

1993 F250 XL RCLB Turbo 7.3 IDI zf5 2wd 223k miles; 5 inch exhaust & tint -sold-
2006 F350 Lariat Harley Interior CCSB 6.0 Powerstroke 5r110 4x4 43k miles; SCT, EGR delete, ARP studs, tint, & 5 inch exhaust -sold-
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i found mine on auto trader looked for 3 months. intially wanted a 4x4 but bought my 2wd its a 02 loaded xlt ccsb had 100k on it paid 5g's. they are out there and like it was said before, tx has a ton of them. maybe get lucky and find a tx repo like mine. lol. i took a amtrak train for $113 to texas and drove it home. never regretted it since.
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