My new E99 7.3 f250. Sold my old 7.3 - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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Hey guys! Long time since i been on here. I sold my old 2002 ccsb f250 7.3 about a year ago with 310 on the odo. Biggest regret as far as vehicles i let go of.

Now. Today. I am so stoked. My hearts back together again. I literally just bought today a early 1999 f250 extended cab short bed 4x4 7.3 with auto trans. Immaculant condition. 144k original miles. No rust anywhere on body (rockers, cab corners, wheeel arches, door jams, etc). Super clean original paint. He never drove in the rain or snow he said. One owner truck and he is retired and too old to be jumping in a 6 inch lifted truck with 37s. He does have his daily a stock 7.3 with 340k miles. He used to own a trucking company and definitely seems well off.

Anyways ill cut to the mustard.

1999 ford f250 4x4 7.3 auto trans
6 inch lift kit
37" like new nitto terra grapplers
20 x10 chrome wheelsfrom customoffset
4.56 front rear ring and pinion
Edge tuner
Lund sunvisor style cab lights
Leer cap which i will be removing
All new brake lines
Billet torque converter
4 inch turbo back exhaust w/ 5 inch tips
Cb radio
And im sure im forgetting more!!
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Quick side question. Do e99 turbos have less of a turbo whine/whistle noise than a late 99-03 7.3 turbo? Because my old 02 7.3 whistled like a pig!! Thanks guys. Hope you like the pictures!
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Looks like a great find! Congrats!
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SWEET!

We love our E99 CCSB - but I am thinking a ECSB would be a little better for those tight back woods roads when camping off grid.
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SWEET!

We love our E99 CCSB - but I am thinking a ECSB would be a little better for those tight back woods roads when camping off grid.
Thanks all! Yes my ccsb was a bear making Uturns or parking. I would love some tips on the e99 since this is my first time owning one. Thanks bud
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Thanks all! Yes my ccsb was a bear making Uturns or parking. I would love some tips on the e99 since this is my first time owning one. Thanks bud
I find our CCSB much easier to park and maneuver than our old 1982 Chevy Silverado 3+3 long bed. That thing was an 11 point turn looking for a place to block. LOL


The first thing I would do - but was not the first I did - get a different air box. Here in so cal where we live it is dusty, we live near an asphalt query. it is about a mile away as the crow flies but it is huge and always dusty. I was replacing the stock air cleaner about very 1,500 to 2,000 miles - it got costly.

I do not like sucking hot air from under the hood so I went with an AEF intake. ( https://afepower.com/afe-power-51-73...-intake-system ) The intake is made for late 99 to 2003 7.3s which means (on ours) the silicon tube from the air flow meter box to turbo did not fit. Seems the turbo sitting too low to get it on correctly. But it also looks like the PO replaced the turbo pedestal with an aftermarket one that deleted the EBP system.

I also got an extra air cleaner so that when we are out on the trail I one to change out if it get real dirty. Instructions say to wash out the cleaner with water and let dry for 24 hrs before reinstalling.


So far I have not done anything really special because it is an E99 - just all the regular stuff suggest for 7.3s. Thinking about doing some of the intake manifold turbo up pipe stuff some day when I have extra $$$$$. But so far our E99 has done everything we have asked of it with out issues.

Our Grandson Jack approve of it too!
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Thanks all! Yes my ccsb was a bear making Uturns or parking. I would love some tips on the e99 since this is my first time owning one. Thanks bud

The first thing I would do - but was not the first I did - get a different air box. Here in so cal where we live it is dusty, we live near an asphalt query. it is about a mile away as the crow flies but it is huge and always dusty. I was replacing the stock air cleaner about very 1,500 to 2,000 miles - it got costly.

I do not like sucking hot air from under the hood so I went with an AEF intake. ( https://afepower.com/afe-power-51-73...-intake-system ) The intake is made for late 99 to 2003 7.3s which means (on ours) the silicon tube from the air flow meter box to turbo did not fit. Seems the turbo sitting too low to get it on correctly. But it also looks like the PO replaced the turbo pedestal with an aftermarket one that deleted the EBP system.

I also got an extra air cleaner so that when we are out on the trail I one to change out if it get real dirty. Instructions say to wash out the cleaner with water and let dry for 24 hrs before reinstalling.


So far I have not done anything really special because it is an E99 - just all the regular stuff suggest for 7.3s. Thinking about doing some of the intake manifold turbo up pipe stuff some day when I have extra $$$$$. But so far our E99 has done everything we have asked of it with out issues.

Our Grandson Jack approve of it too! <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/Powerstroke_org_2015/smilies/tango_face_grin.png" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />
Awesome truck! White too and i love the triple pillar gauges. My edge has egt boost, rpm and backdown on the screen. I got the beast of a cap taking off needed a couple guys! Here is theupdate pics!
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Looks great!
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I'm not a fan of the bed caps either but those Leer deals are pricey. You could probably sell it for a decent amount on craigslist.

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