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Old 01-27-2012, 12:12 PM
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Thinking about selling my truck

I'm thinking about selling my 08 6.4 and fixing up my 96 f250.
About how much do yall think I should sell my 08 6.4 powerstroke for?
It's a 2008 f250 4x4 with a 6.4 diesel. It is a lariat with 56000 miles on it. It already has the dpf and egr delete with the mini max tuner and a s&b intake. No lift but does have bfgoodrich all terrains on it. What do yall think?

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Old 01-27-2012, 03:11 PM
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I don't think u should sell it. You will regret it later. Whenever i think mine is costing me too much, I let it sit. Eventually u'll come back to it and be glad u didn't sell it.


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Old 01-27-2012, 07:36 PM
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I'm thinking about selling my 08 6.4 and fixing up my 96 f250.
About how much do yall think I should sell my 08 6.4 powerstroke for?
It's a 2008 f250 4x4 with a 6.4 diesel. It is a lariat with 56000 miles on it. It already has the dpf and egr delete with the mini max tuner and a s&b intake. No lift but does have bfgoodrich all terrains on it. What do yall think?

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In Kansas City I've seen your truck for $22,900 at a dealership, but that was with over 100k miles. At only 56000 miles, and private party seller, I'd expect it to go higher. Probably $26k is what it will go for, I'd list it for $30k and see how many bites you get, and work down from there. Hopefully someone will see you at $30k and offer $24-$25, and you can work them up as they work you down close to the mid-high twenties.

Btw, does it have a bench seat or captains chairs? What color is it? I'm actually in the market. Picture looks like it blue or black...

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Old 01-27-2012, 07:37 PM
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I have had no problems yet and baby it bc I'm always worried of a high cost repair. As long as I found out that other new trucks have had same kind of problems then I would feel better about keeping it.

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Old 01-27-2012, 08:20 PM
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It's black and has captain chairs in front and bench in back.

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Dont sell it, down the road you will regret it. This is all assuming that financially everything works keeping the truck (not implying anything). Obvisouly if something has come up and the truck is just costing too much per month, then you have to do what needs to be done. But if your just worried about possible repair bills, do a couple of upgrades and enjoy her!
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I have had no problems yet and baby it bc I'm always worried of a high cost repair. As long as I found out that other new trucks have had same kind of problems then I would feel better about keeping it.

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Every brand of truck has problems. The problem here is that your on the forums reading about problems. People only post when they are having problems, not when everything is perfect.

As long as you continue to be vigilant on the maintenance, check fluid levels regularly, drain water separator regularly. Things should be good on any truck.

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Then ill keep her and with income tax ill probably get and airdog fuel pump to help the hpfp.

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Don't know if I should be happy he kept a good truck or sad that I just had a potentially good truck leave the market.....
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ROFL. Sorry Marcus.
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