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Old 04-16-2013, 07:07 AM
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What should I pay?

Hey guys, currently own a 6.7 but looking to sell it and get into a 6.4

Looking at a 08 F350 SRW CCSB FX4
All options except Nav & Sunroof 29K miles.
Electronic shift 4x4
Asking price 38,000


2008 F250 CCSB FX4
All options except Nav 51k miles
Electronic shift 4x4
Asking 39,000

2008 F350 SRW CCSB FX4
Has Nav
No sunroof
Floor shift 4x4
151k miles
Asking 23,900
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Old 04-17-2013, 04:20 AM
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Well do you need a 3/4 or a 1 ton?

To be honest I would go for as low of miles as you can afford. I think the 250 might be priced slightly high tho. Actually both kinda are.

I paid 28.5k out the door for my 08 CCSB KR 4x4 with 58k miles.


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Old 04-17-2013, 04:36 AM
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Those prices are crazy high!

Except maybe the last one, but the miles are too high IMO. Those trucks are 5 years old, check NADA and KBB and compare those prices
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hold on here.. why are you selling a newer truck and buying an older one? what isn't satisfying you about the new 6.7L?
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Old 04-17-2013, 05:03 AM
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I've got an 08 CCSB Lariat w/ nav, roof, console, and floor shifter that I'd trade for the right 6.7
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In all honesty I just want to lower my payment. I do tow heavy enough that I need a diesel and a 6.0 is out of the question


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For what you're planning to spend on the 6.4, you could build a badass 6.0 AND put almost 10k in your pocket
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