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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by manningslc, Aug 10, 2007.
would any of you guys out there buy a powerstroke with over 200,000 miles on it.
Why? Do you have one for sale?
yep! depending how it ran.
no that is what im looking at buying it seems to run good and the want about 7,000 for it so i think it is a pretty good deal i was just a little nervous about the miles
Do a carfax and see if you can get a maintenance history, too. If it's had no big issues in its past, sounds OK to me.
hell no... I would buy a cummins w/ 200k though.
the 7.3 is just as good as the cummins.
until it hits 200k miles
I agree. If it's a 7.3 ok... If its a 6.0 stay away!
not true at all. our farm truck (96 powerstroke) is still going strong with 245k! still has plenty of power, and showing no signs of quiting. my uncles last powerstroke (97) went 356k before he traded it to the company he was working for. today it 712k and still going strong. only replaced a water pump and 2 injectors. pretty good in my opinion. his current truck (03 6.0) has got 286k problem free miles. so the powerstroke is just as GOOD as the cummins!