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Old 06-04-2013, 03:37 AM
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How many miles on your 6.4?

While looking for a 6.0, I can across a deal on a 6.4. It's an 08 f350 drw crew cab 4x4. It's got 220k and they are asking $12900. Is there a lot more life left in her? How many miles do you guys and gals have on yours?
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Old 06-04-2013, 03:55 AM
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I have just over 90k. There are some guys here with well taken care of high hundred thousand mile trucks. There was a highest mileage 6.4 thread a while back. The search function may be your best friend in finding that...


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I had 70k when i sold mine. 0 issues.
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It's really not about the miles on these. It's about the maintenance. Although one could argue with that many miles, it has probably been taken care of. Read posts on maintenance and then ask the seller about it. Also, get a flashlight and get under the thing.
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Old 06-04-2013, 08:25 AM
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Just got back from the test drive. Really clean. Drives great. A few concerns though. Check engine light is on. P2452 p1335 p2453. It has 6398 hours and 220545 miles. Built in 7/08. Light haze when getting on it but clears up. Thoughts?
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Those codes are from the DPF pressure sensor and egr position sensor. Is all the emissions crap still on the truck or is it removed?
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Seemed to be all there.
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It's really not about the miles on these. It's about the maintenance. Although one could argue with that many miles, it has probably been taken care of. Read posts on maintenance and then ask the seller about it. Also, get a flashlight and get under the thing.
Very true, Great matenance is key to a healthy long lasting truck.


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Old 06-04-2013, 09:59 AM
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2009 w/ 28k, zero problems so far
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:19 AM
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First thing if you get it would be to delete. Pull an oasis report. The light haze could be from the regen i suppose.
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