Ok guys I need your input fast because I need to make decision by weekend. Should I buy a very well kept 2000 Ford F-450 Dump Truck 7.3 PS Diesel Dually 4x4 with 30,000 Miles (XLT!!!) for $30,000 (never had a plow) A new 2004 F-350 XLDually 6.0 Diesel 4x4 Dump for $38,000 Or A 2004 F-350 V10 Dually Dump 4x4 XL for $32000 I don't like the low ground clearance on the Chevy's as I will be plowing lots and would like to put a Salter in the back...I am also scared of the low GVW of the 350's & 3500's ....The 2000 f-450 is a beauty but I don't know if I should pay $30,000 for a truck that is essentially out of warranty but has low miles and looks like it was dumped only a few times!. Dodge is absolutely out of the questions, also are the TopKicks/Kodiaks because of the lack of 4x4 I know there is a big difference in applications but I would rather be within DOT specs than pushing the limits all the time. Professional input would be greatly appreciated!