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Old 03-10-2011, 03:50 PM
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226,000 miles

thought i would share this find with yall. i wonder if it has the dpf on it.
The Ford Story: F-250 With 1/4 Of A Million Miles
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:09 PM
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haha that's cool. Makes me feel better about owning one.
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:21 PM
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I want a 6.4L sooo bad!!!!!
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I want a 6.4L sooo bad!!!!!
With fuel prices going up, you may start to see a few more for sale. Keep your eyes open, I know 2 years ago, they were plentyful. It stinks that this happens. I ended up buying a VW Jetta with the Diesel in it (TDI) to offset the price of fuel at my household
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:33 PM
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With fuel prices going up, you may start to see a few more for sale. Keep your eyes open, I know 2 years ago, they were plentyful. It stinks that this happens. I ended up buying a VW Jetta with the Diesel in it (TDI) to offset the price of fuel at my household
I would love to get a Jetta diesel but i recently accepted a job with ford so thats a no go for me. I hope to find a 6.4L even though working for ford I can get sick deals on the new trucks, I just want a 6.4L because I dont want to deal with the extra filters and the DEF.

Today I did test drive the ecoboost f150 and im very impressed. But i also test drove the 6.7L and im way more impressed with that. but the price tag is pretty steep for a extended cab with 6.5" bed f250. 51,000 compared to 38,000 for the f150. to many options!
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:48 PM
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We have an '01 f-350 company truck that has 559,600 miles on it and probably 500,000 of it was pulling a 20' siding trailer. It's had one tranny at 200,000. Thats the only major thing we have done to it.
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Old 03-11-2011, 07:22 PM
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Looks like a Job 1 also , judging by the air dam
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I see black side vents, could it be a gas job?
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I blew up the picture a bit and it looks like it has the CAC on it.....but that side vent does look black.

Tough. To me, I don't understand why you would trade the diesel in with 226k on it when it looks that good unless the owner knows something about it. Its not like the truck is going to be worth much with those kinds of miles on it.

Would be curious to hear what it was given for trade-in (if it is a diesel).
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