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post #1 of 11 Old 11-15-2013, 04:57 AM Thread Starter
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Newbs first post + a little help

Hey everyone. New here but browse from time to time for any help I may need. Here's my story. I may be looking to sell my truck and am looking for what would be a fair price to ask.

2002 f-250 ext. cab sb
6 sp. manual
88k OG miles
7.3
4x4

Has TS 6 position, afe intake, single disk south bend clutch (installed early this year and have receipt), straight piped 4' mbrp turbo back.

Other little things and things I'd like to mention. I had stacks last year so there is a 4" hole. There is a bed liner in now so it's covered and has a tonneau cover also. Absolutely no rust. Some clear coat is fading on sides of the hood but not chipping. Tires are 285 75 16 nitto terra grapplers have 12,000 run on them..

PROBLEM: I installed new gps and two different relays only to find out that the system is not being grounded by the computer I'm guessing. Entire system works fine when I alligator clip ground the back wire to a bolt elsewhere.

If you're curious why I would sell this, it's because with our growing family (17 month old son and maybe more on the way in the future) the small cab is not practical and does not accommodate car seats well making it virtually useless to me unless I'm by myself and I have an 09 6.4 for work....


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I know it's dirty in the picture. Here's one cleaned up before I took the stacks off
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its always tough to price something (in my opinion) anyone else can speak up as well but where i live i see similar powerstrokes anywhere between 12-18k. its a nice looking truck with lower miles

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Ok thanks. I paid $21k for it 2 years ago with 70k on it stock. Doing no research, but wanted it so it was an impulse buy haha. I found two on auto trader similar to mine in PA low miles and 6 SPD. One was 23 and the other was $24,500 for a '00! Blew my mind!!!! I'm guessing they won't move them though
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I would start at $20,000 and be open to offers. $17500 would be a price I would happy with. Always start high with your price. Especially if you are selling on craigslist and say in your add, open to offers.




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x2 on starting at 20, you can always reduce if needed but nice looking truck

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Thanks for te advice guys. Now, I'm not dead set on this yet anyway considering the wife has no problem upgrading of course from her small SUV (2012 jeep compass) to something bigger for the family stuff. If I were to keep this, what would be some things you guys would do. Exterior wise I'm talking. I'm really not in any need of anything performance. I love the black on black looks but I know changing paint color can get very expensive. But I am interested in re-painting even if it is the same color getting rid of the two tone. Wheels tires, small lift, big lift, front end conversion????
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I should have been a little more specific. My thoughts personally were to maybe have repainted same color. Minus two tone. Level if anything, no lift really. But widen the stance. I love the look. Maybe a 20x10 wheel? Of course id have to do my research on all that but I'm sure I could find what I need here. Just want them to stick out a little bit. Maybe even go back to stacked but just a single 7" mitre this time.
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well if you are going to keep it theres a list of things that could be done
all depends on what you want ... id say gauges, small lift, fpx, hpx, hutch & harpoon, 05-07 front end, 08 mirrors ..... here starts a list

otherwise those parts could float my way lol

if you keep it you got a nice truck to start doing some small mods to over time for a good driver

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So, you currently have the glow plug system rigged up to work?

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