Sparta, KY - Work Trucks Ford F450 dump and Ford F-250

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Brannon, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. Brannon

    Brannon LawnSite Member
    Messages: 29

    1F9B851C-0046-41C6-95D1-74BD4FDCA157.jpeg 17E93234-5C98-4F1A-854A-90DAF256AC0A.jpeg F7DE9A00-6744-4D05-8F1A-78F27BD310E3.jpeg 93969496-C5D5-44FD-A025-6CBA6965E0EA.jpeg 2015 Ford 6.2L gas F250. Daily driver so miles will go up 122,xxx. Interior is in good shape, one small tear in the drivers seat. Bumper has a dent in the rear. Would make a great work truck. New tires. $17,500

    2007 F450 XL Superduty 6.0 2WD. Bought this truck last August with 55k miles. A lot has been replaced by a ford certified mechanic since purchasing it. 8 new injectors in September, rebuilt trans in November, front and rear brakes, rear shocks, front tires are 8/10 and 9/10, rear tires are 6/10, extended hitch receiver, new taillights. Replaced the oil cooler and deleted the egr in May. Took the old dump bed off and replaced with a heavier duty dump bed and frame. Replaced the rear 40 gal tank. Added all new hydraulic cylinder and pump with a remote ran into the cab. For the most part this truck has been completely redone and has no dents or dings typical of a work truck. The dump bed I used as the replacement is in good shape, the floor has been patched quite a few times so it isn’t completely smooth but does what it is meant to do. I believe the truck is capable of hauling 4 ton but has space to carry much more. The frame was sanded and recoated when we were replacing the bed. Will be a great work truck for someone but more than I need.






  2. OP

    Brannon LawnSite Member
    Messages: 29

    22,000 for the F450
    16,500 for the F250

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