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Hello, yall. I am just about to pickup my F350 Powerstroke Diesel this next week. I purchased it from the Auction yesterday and I can't wait. As a new contractor, my 6' bed ram just didn't do the trick. Always had to use red flags and couldn't haul all that much. But now...I am ready to play construction. I imagine that the first couple of weeks in my new truck...I would be willing to haul anything for anyone...just for fun. I has some miles on it, but all my trucks have had miles on it. It has about 144,000 miles. It would be great to hear from people on what I should check up on it when I get it this week. It was used by a utility company or something as it has numbers on it. Therefore, regular maintenance was done. They typically have to get rid of these vehicles when they get up over 100,000 miles.

I hope to learn a lot from this forum. Its always fun to meet new people and have a common conversation.
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A couple of places to take a look at:
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