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I found a 91 Ford F250,4wd, ext cab, 7.3 diesel, 5 spd, 8' bed, 2nd owner, 197k miles. It has some bumps and scraps. Like a dent here and there nothing major. No rust in the body. A little surface rust in
the bed, where its just been used. I called and talked to the owner she told me that she had owned it since 97. 2 owner truck. Asking $4800, and said she was negiotable. What do you think? What are some of the obvious thinks to look for? What about cavation? Can i test that with those strips I've been reading about? Anyone ever used the test strips for the coolant? Going to look at it Sunday.

[ 09-20-2001: Message edited by: Hillbilly ]
 

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You may want to have the injectors looked at. They are probably the most expensive parts on the truck. Replacing them could be a couple of grand.

The coolant strips just tell you the amount of FW16 in the rad and if you need more.

Try this site www.ford-diesel.com/ more info than you really want to know.
 
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