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post #1 of 8 Old 07-23-2014, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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6.4 or 6.7

I have about 40 to spend and want a lariat 250. Do I go deleted 6.4 or higher mileage 6.7?
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think your name answers that question for ya lol


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Well played haha
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I picked up my KR for about 42k last with with in 30,000 miles. I think you will be in good shape.

2011: F-350, King Ranch. It will remain stock.

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If you have that kind of cash why not buy new? You may have to finance 10 or 12k but you can pay that off pretty quick and have piece of mind with a new truck under warranty.
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If you have that kind of cash why not buy new? You may have to finance 10 or 12k but you can pay that off pretty quick and have piece of mind with a new truck under warranty.
I will be financing it to get to 40. I wish I had that kind of cash on hand lol
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Whoops, I misunderstood there. I personally would lean toward the 6.7 because I think if you're willing to look around and do a little traveling you can probably find a lower mile lariat for 40k.
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I say go with used 6.7 and delete it...
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