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post #1 of 6 Old 10-10-2012, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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Looking at buying a 2002 Powerstroke

Hi everyone I found a 2002 Ford F350 powerstroke 4x4 manual for sale at my local Ford dealership the truck had 335k miles on it and has rot above both wheel wells. They are looking to get 7k for it.

My questions are is this truck worth that money and is 335k miles a lot for a powerstroke?

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As long as proper maintenance was kept up, that 7.3 still should have plenty of life left in it. Mine is at 342,xxx and still goin' strong! Bought it 3 years ago with 222,xxx miles for $9,000. Hope that helps ya


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That's to much for that truck. They hold their value but at 300k+ there isn't a whole lot of value.

Sold 2001 f250 ccsb 4x4 400/400, dual terminators, swamps 80mm bfh, headers, bts and all the usual supporting mods. 715hp fuel only.

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Way too much.

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Hi everyone I found a 2002 Ford F350 powerstroke 4x4 manual for sale at my local Ford dealership the truck had 335k miles on it and has rot above both wheel wells. They are looking to get 7k for it.

My questions are is this truck worth that money and is 335k miles a lot for a powerstroke?

Thanks
Thats cheap for a 7.3 SD around here. Go for it.
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