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F-250 trail rig

well today i went out and bought myself a 94 F-250 powerstroke diesel, 6 inch lift and 38's, was beaten and used roughly so i picked it up rather cheap, 169k miles and its a 5spd, has blown rear end and may need clutch, looking into it more tomorrow, well heres the pics i got 4 now

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wish i could find me one of those bad boys. what is on the windshield tho?
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the stacks would of sold me (:
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the stacks would of sold me (:
Definalty!
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im gonna cut the stacks flat and put flappers on it
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the left looks taller then the right...
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awesome!

i saw a dodge 2500 at truck fest that was a trail rig, as long as you dont mind body damage and dont need the articulation it should make a nice platform.
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Cool, looks like fun.

Why does it have a spoiler on the roof lol?
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the left looks taller then the right...
Thats cause the ground isnt flat.
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Cool, looks like fun.

Why does it have a spoiler on the roof lol?
That's called a visor.

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Thats cause the ground isnt flat.
Ok, I'm starting to see the body sink a little.



But OP, it's a nice clean little truck, I'm thinking of getting one like it for a tow rig also. :)
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that spoiler is so i can go fast... :)
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That's called a visor.
You are called an idiot.
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heres a couple more pictures. things badass



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Clean that thing up a lil and that would be an awesome truck. Now 38 inch tires...... that gonna cost a pretty penny when they need to be replaced.
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that box thing is coming off tomorrow its ugly! and ther tires are almost there...........................
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Thats badass! I'd love to get an older stroker :)
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Very nice! My dad has a 95 the 7.3L is a power house and at 167k it just got broke in. but the box does need to come off.
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my dad has a 97 350 dump with the 7.3 , i just always wanted a diesel..lol
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i thought they had problems with the 94's cause that was the first year for the powerstroke? I had a 93 Turbo Diesel and regret selling it like no other.
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im gonna cut the stacks flat and put flappers on it
Sweeeeeeeeet! Nice.
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Looks awesome! I can't wait until I get a trail rig.
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im gonna cut the stacks flat and put flappers on it
The other day i saw a 250 with stock exhaust that had a flapper on the end. Just thought it was different.
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nice the wing is to keep the air from going into the bed and save you gas
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Nice!! I wouldnt change a thing about it! I just bought myself a 79 F250 for a trail rig, but it has a 460 in it, no diesel...
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