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Old 06-09-2011, 05:57 PM
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Hey guys im getting out of diesels for a while so my trucks for sale i figured id post it in here because i didnt see a reason trying to sell it to the lower 48. Well heres the craigslist add if its a guy on here i can go a little lower on the price.
I have a 2003 6.0 diesel ford superduty crew cab short bed. I have done a lot to this truck and i'm going to miss it but I don't need a diesel anymore so its time to move on. You wont find a better running 6.0.

The truck has full heated leather and every option in 03 it is both fx4 and lariet power everything tow package and factory snow plow package with 98,800 miles. It runs great and has no problems. This is a truck you can jut drive and not worry about.
Just had the newest astrostart 5225 installed with auto start and alarm
ARP studs proffesionaly installed
brand new transmission less than 200 miles
one year old swamps ficm
almost a year old egr and oil cooler
4' lift
35x12.5R20 toyo mud terranes
20x10 fuel hostage black and machined wheel only a couple month old
SCT with custom performance and tow tunes
4 electronic pro sport gauges (boost,trans,egt,fuel pressure)
4" exhaust.
pioneer 4200 double din with ipod cable
new windshield
new fuel pump
updated fuel pressure regulator
air raid cold air intake
custom grille
55watt 8k headlights and 55watt 3k fog lights
5% tint all the way around
This trucks has everything to make it a great truck to tow with or just go point a to b and get there quick. All the common 6.0 problems have been fixed and made bulletproof.
17,000 without rims and tires 17,800 with. Thats well below book. I can also go down more if you don't like some of the things i have on it. My phone number is 907-223-9620 I'll be available all weekend
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:00 AM
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can you post pictures please ?
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:00 AM
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Sorry I ended up keeping it. Got a custom paint job and some 37's and 22's and 05 conversion
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:20 AM
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can you still post pictures would love to see how it turned out
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:42 PM
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here it is
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nice truck man, like the 2 tone paint. me and my wife gonna start heading up to kodiak this weekend, hows your truck do in the cold up there? got anyother heaters on it? fuel, oil etc? just curious never been in that type of cold
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nice truck man, like the 2 tone paint. me and my wife gonna start heading up to kodiak this weekend, hows your truck do in the cold up there? got anyother heaters on it? fuel, oil etc? just curious never been in that type of cold
In the winter they use #1 diesel for fuel. You may want to put battery blankets on your truck, but Kodiak doesn't get that cold. Just a lot of rain, wind and some snow that usually doesn't last. Your truck should already have an engine heater installed for plugging in. It really helps to plug in. Kodiak doesnt have much road so its hard to ever warm the trucks up anyhow. The CG housing is 2-3 minutes from base.


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where is this located im int the market for a 6.0 and i have cash
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In the winter they use #1 diesel for fuel. You may want to put battery blankets on your truck, but Kodiak doesn't get that cold. Just a lot of rain, wind and some snow that usually doesn't last. Your truck should already have an engine heater installed for plugging in. It really helps to plug in. Kodiak doesnt have much road so its hard to ever warm the trucks up anyhow. The CG housing is 2-3 minutes from base.


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yep thats what i hear bout kodiak but thanks man figured id see what every ones doin to keep em warm. its greatly appreciated!
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where is this located im int the market for a 6.0 and i have cash
He's in eagle river, but I don't think he is selling... Read some of his other post... Looks like he changed his mind about selling. Nice truck though. I see it around town alot.


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