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WTT 1994 Dodge 4x4 RCLB DSL AT 132,000 miles for 7.3 ex or CCLB manual trans

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I'm looking to trade my 94 dodge 12 valve regular cab for a 99-03 7.3 extended cab or crew cab 4x4 manual trans truck. My truck has close to stock mods for drivability TST #10 fuel plate and boost elbow turbo builds 30+lbs boost never boosted more than 35lbs. I've installed isspro 3 guage pod turbo, egt and trans temp straight exhaust new trans lines water pump afe stage II intake Toyo open country at tires less than 7k on them 2 interstate green top batteries use schaeffer 5w40 full syn motor oil schaeffer trans tec fluid in transmission and transfercase schaeffer 75-90 front and rear diffs. The dodge steering problems are killed with Borgeson quick ratio steering box and steering shaft, DSS steering stabilizor, PSC power steering pump genos garage vacuum pump rebuild and dual gas steering dampner KDP tabbed. I have babied this truck since I bought it in Idaho with 120k miles on the clock. I'm looking to trade for a stock or close to stock 7.3 with around the same mileage and care that i have given to my dodge. I would prefer a crew cab due to the recent add in the family tree and a manual trans so that only i can drive it and not the wife :rofl: It needs to be clean just like my truck and a 4x4 this is a daily driver family hauler not a weekend beauty queen. My truck needs a paint job due to poor paint from the dodge factory but no rust due to clean salt free Idaho roads the int is clean cloth no cracks in dash power windows and locks grey cloth int slight tear in drivers seat installed grey vinyl flooring for durability. I am located in southern Illinois Mount Carmel zip 62863. email [email protected] or text at 618-263-8828 no bs accepted. Pics avail on request. Thanks for looking and GOD BLESS
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