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JLL25
05-17-2010, 01:58 AM
For sale-

2008 Dodge 2500
-4 door
-6.7 Cummins
-4x4
-Big Horn edition
-34,000 miles
-Meyer Super V2, 8.5 ft
-Meyer 750 spreader, hitch connection
-$40,000 or best offer

I know that everyone will want to see pictures of course, and I'll get them up, but I figured I'd put this up and see what kind of response I'd get from people that are SERIOUSLY interested and can actually afford this truck.
The truck is in very good condition, and it books out at about 34K on Kelley Blue Book, without snow removal accessories.
I'm willing to negotiate on the price, and I'd be willing to purchase a warranty extension for a buyer that isn't going to try to haggle the price way down. I am not desperate to sell so once I get pictures up please don't waste your energy on lowball offers. I'm selling cause I need a dump truck and I can't afford both. I HAVE THE TITLE IN HAND.

Thanks.

Cutter1
05-17-2010, 08:01 AM
manual or stick?? Color?? 8 ft bed?? what rear end??

JLL25
05-17-2010, 12:19 PM
Short bed,

JLL25
05-17-2010, 12:54 PM
Gray in color
Not sure of the rear differential specs but it is stock so maybe 4:10, but I really don't know.
The truck makes 650 ft lbs of torque at 1500 rpms and 350 hp at about 3000rpms.
Its raining here but when it stops I'll get picks up. My company name is on the truck but I will pay to have it removed by a professional and made so it looks as if nothing was there.
Its been used as a work truck but its always been driven by me, I plowed with it over the winter maybe 4 times at the most. I installed a 2 inch lift with spacers in front and a Firestone Ride-Rite suspension in back, which is airbags that will support up to 5000 lbs.
This is an awesome truck that seems like it would tow anything and it still gets decent fuel economy. I've only pulled a trailer with mowing equipment, and a Bobcat a handful of times, it pulls the Bobcat S220 like its nothing.

And I shouldn't have said "people who can afford it" but I meant was people who are willing to pay that much for a good truck, I'm sure that most of you guys on here can afford a truck like that if you want it.

JLL25
05-17-2010, 01:24 PM
Correction, the truck has 3:73 gears