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Posted: 12/19/19 11:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

the bear II wrote:

A similarly equipped 2018 to 2020 truck would be near (or over) $100,000.
Good Lord, no wonder people buy Class 8 haulers and single them.

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6.0 or no, I would give him $20,000. If I had it.


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I'd like to have the bed. Most of those are goose neck.


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As an indicator of the lengths the dealer is going to, to move this Ford, he's in California and advertising in Phoenix. It'll be there awhile, if he's stuck on the price.


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Darryl&Rita wrote:

As an indicator of the lengths the dealer is going to, to move this Ford, he's in California and advertising in Phoenix. It'll be there awhile, if he's stuck on the price.


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Been there and done that with a 6.0L. If anyone is set on an older Ford, look for a 7.3L; it can take time to find a good one and be prepared to pay for it, but it will save a lot of headaches. There is a very good reason why 7.3L trucks still fetch an insane amount of money.....


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Been there and done that with a 6.0 PSD. It was a great truck and I wished I kept it for farm/ranch use. The 6.0 is also backed by a very strong transmission.


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Lots of pics and descriptions but no mention of axle ratings or Gross and Curb weights, which is what a buyer for this truck needs to know.

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FishOnOne wrote:

Been there and done that with a 6.0 PSD. It was a great truck and I wished I kept it for farm/ranch use. The 6.0 is also backed by a very strong transmission.


Don't fret; there's lots of them for sale really cheap if you're really set on one! [emoticon]

Happy New Year! [emoticon]

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blofgren wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Been there and done that with a 6.0 PSD. It was a great truck and I wished I kept it for farm/ranch use. The 6.0 is also backed by a very strong transmission.


Don't fret; there's lots of them for sale really cheap if you're really set on one! [emoticon]

Happy New Year! [emoticon]


We purchased a used one a while back and lost it to a flood during Harvey and it was a really good running truck, but it did have some work on it including injectors. And just so you know the prices of these (05-07) trucks have been going up.

Happy New Years to you...

* This post was edited 12/31/19 12:35pm by FishOnOne *

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