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Old 03-19-2017, 01:56 PM   #81
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Well, I had to pay the full asking. He wants his finace money. Still worth it in my opinion. I will have this for a long time
Keep an extra 5k laying around for repairs, seems every time a late model diesel needs repaired it's about 5k.

One of the major things that keeps me from buying a used diesel out of warranty with all the emissions crap on them.

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Keep an extra 5k laying around for repairs, seems every time a late model diesel needs repaired it's about 5k.

One of the major things that keeps me from buying a used diesel out of warranty with all the emissions crap on them.

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Congratulations, I hope it's not a Norwegian Parrot.

Thanks buddy. It's a good truck. He told me he would rather I spend more on his king ranch (that is his winter beater) because he wanted to keep this one.
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Keep an extra 5k laying around for repairs, seems every time a late model diesel needs repaired it's about 5k.

One of the major things that keeps me from buying a used diesel out of warranty with all the emissions crap on them.

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I really don't want all the emissions garbage they have on them.

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Well, I had to pay the full asking. He wants his finace money. Still worth it in my opinion. I will have this for a long time
I do have the option of trading 2 1/2 days any month of the term in lieu of actual Payment

Also any advance Payments are applied sequentially starting on the 2nd year. IE. If I give him a double payment one is applied to the first due payment and the next to January 2018, and so on
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He is quite the salesman, "this is the best one, I hate to sell it"
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Good luck with your truck.

Does it have after market gauges with that tuner?

Exhaust mods?

How big a black cloud do you make when you romp on it????...
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Old 03-19-2017, 04:59 PM   #91
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The thousand bucks a month payment ain't great either.
That's why I am looking for something like a crew cab freightliner low bow with a flat bed, or the like. Better option, with a rock solid drive train for a lot less money.

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He is quite the salesman, "this is the best one, I hate to sell it"
Lol! He hasn't had the chance to play with it yet. His main truck is the best one. He has a custom F450 dually. It getting a stroked 6.4 in it. That is I guess where this transmission came from he told me.
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I did. We finalized the terms today

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Good luck with your truck.

Does it have after market gauges with that tuner?

Exhaust mods?

How big a black cloud do you make when you romp on it????...
Inside is pretty plain. Work Truck package...I can hose it out. Stereo is decent.

No custom gauges yet, and I haven't really noticed a big cloud.

I did try a little brake stand in my mechanic friends parking lot yesterday after checking the suspension and ripped up a patch of asphalt....lol
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That's why I am looking for something like a crew cab freightliner low bow with a flat bed, or the like. Better option, with a rock solid drive train for a lot less money.

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I know someone with an international '06 4300 with no bed, Florida fleet maintained it's whole life. Not a crew cab though.
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Are you looking at an M2 or FL60?
I belive it's the fl60.

I need a crew cab, I like the room, plus I want to take my kids with me every chance I can.

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6.4 powerstroke-20170319_162310-1.jpg6.4 powerstroke-20170319_162427.jpgCrew cab for me since 2009. Never go back.

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My kids are trying to talk me into a 379 Peterbilt so they can ride in the sleeper.

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Attachment 371410Attachment 371418Crew cab for me since 2009. Never go back.

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Is that a construction site or a kitchen?! Damn son, you keep your jobs on point and I thought got pissy about messes on the job. I'd eat straight off that floor.

Not many contractors I'll do work for but I'd do work on yours in a heartbeat looking at that.

As far as the crew cab. Yeah, it's needed. You got kids then they need to have some room too. The bigger day cabs are just sooooo much fun to drive though. Get a crew and it's exponentially more expensive.
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Is that a construction site or a kitchen?! Damn son, you keep your jobs on point and I thought got pissy about messes on the job. I'd eat straight off that floor.

Not many contractors I'll do work for but I'd do work on yours in a heartbeat looking at that.

As far as the crew cab. Yeah, it's needed. You got kids then they need to have some room too. The bigger day cabs are just sooooo much fun to drive though. Get a crew and it's exponentially more expensive.
That's my wife's new pad, could be a big as kitchen in some of my clients places though.

It's not as clean as usual.... no laborers. I'm too cheap on my house and im a bad laborer, my 7 yo is a diva.

Framer sucks too, but low bid .......

I'd let you on site as a sub though, although not sure I can afford it.

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