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post #1 of 13 Old 11-24-2012, 08:00 AM Thread Starter
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Help me decide

I posted this in the general forum, but no responses, so i figured I would try here.

OK, guys. I have been out of the game for awhile, so I have decided to get another diesel. Due to what I can afford, I decided to get a 7.3 and have narrowed it down to 2 different trucks. This is where I need your help deciding.

Truck #1 - 2001 F250 Supercab 4x4 213000 miles, guages, Banks add-on kit, exhaust and intercooler- turbo- and trans- module, but no programmer. $9500

Truck #2 - 2002 F250 Supercab 4x4 270000 miles, bone stock. $7500

Number 1 I could throw in a programmer and be done, but its 2k more, but I keep looking at the banks add on stuff. Number 2, save some money and throw it in the programmer exhaust and maybe lift and tires?
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i would go with option 2.... just because option 1 doesnt have a programmer now doesnt mean it didnt have one before....

you could do exhaust, intake, and chip for about 1k....
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What part of the country are you in? Both prices seem high to me.
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I'm in the south. I know the 01 had a chip, guy took it out.
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What part of the country are you in? Both prices seem high to me.
Thats funny, I was thinking they sounded like pretty good deals! I guess its all about supply and demand
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Do they both have PMR's?

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Thats funny, I was thinking they sounded like pretty good deals! I guess its all about supply and demand
I'm just basing it on my recent experience. I just bought my truck. I'm in CA...I figured we'd have the highest prices, as it is with most things.

It is all about supply and demand. I found that you could often find 6.0s for less than a nice 7.3l. P

I'd probably go for the stock one, if overall condition between the two is otherwise equal.


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@Xray, What is a PMR?

@Rick, Yes everything else is the same other than option 2 having more miles..
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Option 2 you don't know if the other one had a programming. I'm gonna guess it did. Also where I am. (Western new york) those are amazing prices. For $7500 all you can find are mid 90s rotted cummins even for $9500 your buying a rust bucket i lucked out and bought mind down south $9000 with shippings for a 01 f350 dually 201000 lariat in very good condition this truck would sepl up here for $14000 all day
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Yeah, option 2 truck has to other people from up north wanting it as well. It basically is gonna come down to who gets it first. If everything works out. I will get it tomorrow...
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