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Old 07-23-2012, 04:27 PM
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Good buy? Or stay the hell away?

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they say they will take less! im hoping alot less!! i am wanting to know if the mileage is to high, and if so or not about how much is a decent price for it! the guy is really nice but like any car salesmen they offer the world and dont sometimes come up with it! ;\ Please help pm me with any comments or anything!!! thanks!!!!

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Old 07-24-2012, 12:46 PM
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Id personaly stay away from it. Dont let the "bling" of the wheels make you purchase someone elses problems. with 317K if no major problems arise the small things that are for sure going to happen like ball joint failure due to the size of the wheels is sure to and they add up quick as I have found out with a truck with almost 100k less miles on it...I just purchased a 2002 dually with 221K with around 9k done to the motor for 11.5k. It runs great and I think will last for years to come. If I were you I would watch the classifieds board on here and youll end up with a much better truck IMHO.

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Old 07-27-2012, 12:15 PM
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x2 to what jmmartin said. Plus those 22.5's will degredate your ride & I'm not to wild about the steer/all positon tires on it anyway. If you have a 4x4 get some tires that will get you out of trouble.
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