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Old 02-09-2009, 09:17 AM
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AD injectors what are they worth?

I have a good set of AD injectors that i just pulled out of my 2000 excursion. The truck ran great before I pulled them. I would like to sell them but dont know what there worth. They have 170,000 miles on them one or 2 look like they may have been replaced at some point. What do you guys think is a fair price?
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Old 02-09-2009, 09:30 AM
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I have a good set of AD injectors that i just pulled out of my 2000 excursion. The truck ran great before I pulled them. I would like to sell them but dont know what there worth. They have 170,000 miles on them one or 2 look like they may have been replaced at some point. What do you guys think is a fair price?
I'm not exactly sure, but a good place to start would be ebay or Craig's List. Try looking them up & see what other people are selling them for. This suggestion is a little 'under-handed', but when you do sell them, they buyer doesn't really have to know they have 170K on them if they were running OK in your Excursion.
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Old 02-09-2009, 09:37 AM
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Cool thanks ya i just dont wanna rip any one off I like people to know what they are buying. But your right they work fine so i guess mileage is irrelevant
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Cool thanks ya i just dont wanna rip any one off I like people to know what they are buying. But your right they work fine so i guess mileage is irrelevant
Just make sure you store them where dirt can't contaminate them & possibly cause failure in the buyer's vehicle. Good luck!
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call Larry he buys cores 1-76o-716-4221
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Core sets usually bring around $350-400 on Ebay and CL from what I've seen.
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Core sets usually bring around $350-400 on Ebay and CL from what I've seen.
Ya thats about what i was thinking. Thanks again. Oh ya I wiped them off as soon as I pulled them out of the truck and put them in individual zip lock bags. I think that should keep them pretty clean.
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Oh ya I wiped them off as soon as I pulled them out of the truck and put them in individual zip lock bags. I think that should keep them pretty clean.
You should be in good shape!
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