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1999 powerstroke trade for 2001 cummins

hey guys, i know it's nothing pertaining to powerstrokes besides mine, but I just wanna' get your input on a trade that I was offered. Maroon 4x4 2001 24v Cummins 6spd with FASS fuel system, quadzilla adrenaline, new transmission, new clutch, new front drive shaft, new control arms w/ greaseable bushings, AFE intake, Banks exhaust brake, boost, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges. the truck itself has 230k with 10k on the clutch and transmission. I have a 1999 7.3 PSD 6spd 4x4, basically bone stock except for a lift kit and 4" exhaust. My truck IS a salvage title too, with 164k. I was just wondering what you guys know about the 24v Cummins, if the milage is to high, how long a Cummins is good for before needing a rebuild, and anything else you can think of. You can either post on here or email me at camo_powerstroke@hotmail.com, thanks for your time.
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hey guys, i know it's nothing pertaining to powerstrokes besides mine, but I just wanna' get your input on a trade that I was offered. Maroon 4x4 2001 24v Cummins 6spd with FASS fuel system, quadzilla adrenaline, new transmission, new clutch, new front drive shaft, new control arms w/ greaseable bushings, AFE intake, Banks exhaust brake, boost, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges. the truck itself has 230k with 10k on the clutch and transmission. I have a 1999 7.3 PSD 6spd 4x4, basically bone stock except for a lift kit and 4" exhaust. My truck IS a salvage title too, with 164k. I was just wondering what you guys know about the 24v Cummins, if the milage is to high, how long a Cummins is good for before needing a rebuild, and anything else you can think of. You can either post on here or email me at camo_powerstroke@hotmail.com, thanks for your time.
Well you have to ask yourself how long do you think it will last will all that stuff done to it .it probley been rode hard and put up wet.

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if the guy has that much time and money in it i bet that thing it beat. and as far as new parts make sure he can prove it
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I'd stick with what you've got.

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Yeah, I'm still thinking on it. The transmission being replaced really worries me, it's either been to the wood it's whole life, or it's pulled a trailer everyday, both of which are killers. Also, it's probably been started, driven right away, got home, and turned off right away. BIG no no in my book, I just can't get past some of the stuff people do to a diesel thinking it's just lie a gasser. But in either case, I'm still looking, gotta have a short box though, long box is just to much of a pain.
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