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Old 11-09-2010, 06:44 PM
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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.
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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.

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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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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.
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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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Old 11-13-2010, 12:56 PM
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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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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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