Anyone looking for a tow rig?

Discussion in 'TX- Lone Star Land Cruisers' started by JasonH, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. JasonH

    JasonH

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    I've gotta sell my Dodge. I'll try to clean it up today and take some pictures.

    1996 2500 club cab long bed SLT. 12V Cummins Diesel, automatic, 2WD. 168K miles. Well maintained, lots of new parts. I'll get more details up when I place a real ad. This isn't a worn out farm truck. It's a very nice daily driver. 18mpg in town and 25 on the highway.
    I'm thinking $5900.

    972.603.6119
     
  2. Michael Hanson

    Michael Hanson

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    Good Luck,Ill tell others. Mike
     
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    arcteryx Supporting Vendor

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    bump for a great truck- if only the back seat was larger!
     
  4. JasonH

    JasonH

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    You can fit adults back there, but I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time there myself. It's great for a couple of kids. It's the year before the opening rear doors, but it's easy to get into the back.
     
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    Bodean Hot Damn SILVER Star

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    What "new parts" have been replaced? My 99 has over 200k on it and it's one thing after another now. Crank position sensor, Injection Pump, lift pump etc!

    Later,
     
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    arcteryx Supporting Vendor

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    Not to hijack, but did you do anything to prevent the IP problem from occurring next time when you fixed it? I know the 24v 98.5-02 have a design flaw from the factory. I believe some of the replacement shops have fixes for these.
     
  7. JasonH

    JasonH

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    That's the beauty of the 12V. You don't have to worry about that stuff. Keep the valves adjusted and change the filters.
    I just replaced all the steering stuff and had the alignment done. (Tie rod ends, pitman arm and idler arm.) New front brakes with rotors. New tires (E-range Yokohama Geolanders). The starter is fairly recent.
     
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    Bodean Hot Damn SILVER Star

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    Wanna trade?
     
  9. JasonH

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    It's replacement is already in the driveway*. I really don't want to sell the truck - I had planned on letting it sit there for runs to the dump and towing to events when I'm by myself. But I gotta pay taxes this year and this is the only thing I can sell to cover it. :mad:




    * 2003 Excursion Limited 4wd V10. I'm just doing my little part to rid the world of gasoline. :p
     
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    Sold. :crybaby:
     
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