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An Oasis report shouldn't cost anything, if you have a good dealer.
As for the Black Maxx, I'd say it's only a good sign if the DPF is gone. It has an aftermarket exhaust, at least at the tailpipe, so there's a good probability that the DPF has been removed. If the DPF is still there, that's a lot of miles of regen on that engine. It seems strange that they don't have any pics of the engine on their website. Maybe it's missing some unnecessary emissions components and they don't want that fact public. Who knows.
It's a sharp looking truck. It looks like it has Weathertech floor mats, but they don't fit the best, so they might be for an older truck. It has a brake controller, tow mirrors, navigation and sync, which are all nice. No upfitter switches, but those can be added if you want them. The leather on the drivers seat looks a little rough. The tires look new, but it looks like they say Dynatrac on them. I've never heard of that brand, but I'm sure someone has.
All in all, it looks like a good truck, and a fair price from a dealer. Maybe you can talk them down a bit. Winner is about 3 hours west of me, but kinda out in the middle of nowhere so I don't get out there much.
Last edited by B. Adams; 05-23-2013 at 12:15 PM.