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Old 08-22-2013, 05:53 AM
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Hello Hello, just introducing myself for the first time. I totally new to the diesel world so a lot of newbie questions is going to be asked. I was originally looking for a simple tow truck for pulling a car trailer, but end up with a lifted beast.

2002 F350 7.3 Turbo Powerstroke





It need some tlc for the interior and exterior, but its mechanically sound. Not sure if I'm going to leave it lifted, but for now I love the towering over cars feeling.
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Welcome to the wonderful world of PSD. Your new to you 7.3 will pull your car trailer very well. Nice looking truck.
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It' good to see a lifted truck that doesn't sit lower in the rear!
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It' good to see a lifted truck that doesn't sit lower in the rear!
Yeah I have noticed with other trucks being lifted. Is that because the owner is being cheap with the lift or just over time that what happen?
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Yeah I have noticed with other trucks being lifted. Is that because the owner is being cheap with the lift or just over time that what happen?
Good question! My thinking is, "they" actually like the look and don't see anything wrong with it. More Power To Them! Yours looks like a lifted truck should imo!
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