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Old 06-03-2009, 06:58 PM
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looking at a 6.0

alright a car lot has a 04 6.0 4x4 6 speed dont know how many miles or nothing the add didnt say its a regular cab said good condition.they want 13900$ for it before i talk them down is that a alright deal on it.

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Old 06-03-2009, 07:08 PM
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well it depends on the pakage xl or larait and miles. look over it good, if you like it and its worth it to you, BUY IT. i needed a welding truck and to find what i wanted took a good while to find, 4x4, diesel, stick, dually, bare bones. found it it cost me 12 flat. so that question is really on you.
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Old 06-03-2009, 07:13 PM
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yea its a xlt package.i just want to get away from my automatic and wanted something a little quicker then my 7.3 was going to go cummins but dodges are junk.
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Old 06-03-2009, 07:27 PM
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well keep your truck and put a 12 valve in it! i agree dodge trucks are junk i had an 03 4x4 auto common rail 3/4 ton. the motor was awsome 140,000 one cp3 replace thats it. had lots of mods built tranny turbo exh fuel box ect. the truck was falling apart around the motor! my wife wanted a mega cab so i stripped it and traded it off! now im building my 03 STROKER, just started. when the motor goes im puttin a 12 valve in mine. they are cheaper to mod and more dependable than the common rails and produce the same horse pwr round about.
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Old 06-03-2009, 07:31 PM
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o and if you want quicker build your tranny and mod ur engn more. as far as speed goes auto is the way to go!
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its cheaper to build a 6.0 then a 7.3 thats why i want to sell it
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different folks different strokes
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anyone else give me an answer?
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come on no one with a good or bad?
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depends on the condition of the truck, how many miles on it. I would say if its in good condition with under 100k on it, its not to bad of a deal
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