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teaser of the new rig

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single cab
8ft bed
5.0, auto 120K
4" skyjacker suspension lift
35" M/T's
Mickey Thompson classics with beadlock

4X4 :)

All for $4500 :)

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Great looking truck!
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thanks man
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looks greatnice find
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yup its a good find alright
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man i remember having to step on a crate just to reach stuff in the bay. hell, i'd sit on the rad support to change the upper manifold gasket.
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haha im only 5'4" so i need it :)
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very sexy truck! I'm jealous
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4500 sounds about right for that truck. I wouldn't say you stole it but you got a good, fair price.

120k miles isn't bad. I have about 140k on my 351 and it is still running strong. Hows the E4OD shift? Still pretty strong? Mines kinda been giving me trouble lately...not wanting to shift into reverse or drive from park when its real cold and wet out. Worries me a bit.

Hows it drive with the 35's and 3.55's for gearing? I have 33's and 3.55's and its kinda a dog. I can't imagine 35s!

Either way the truck looks good. Get alot more pics.
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God I love that body style
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lol thats a sweet truck. i want to buy one so bad.
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thanks guys im glad i found it, its a dog haha but i only frive to school and work and around now so i figured i'd buy it and sell the ranger
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4500 sounds about right for that truck. I wouldn't say you stole it but you got a good, fair price.

120k miles isn't bad. I have about 140k on my 351 and it is still running strong.

Hows it drive with the 35's and 3.55's for gearing? I have 33's and 3.55's and its kinda a dog. I can't imagine 35s!

Either way the truck looks good. Get alot more pics.
Those F150's only came with 2:55's for gearing. I can only imagine how sluggish that would be with 35's. I had a friend who had a 95 F250 with 35's and 3.55's. and it done right sucked on the highway. And that had a 5.8 (351ci) If you run 35's, you need at least 4:56s or higher.

$4500 for a 95 with 120 k, that is way too much money! Is it a 4wd truck? I didn't see it mentioned in the sig, but from pics it looks like I am seeing a locking hub up front? Problem with those engines back them after 130k it's usually down hill with Fords engines, they werent really rated for more then 140 before they became tired around 130k. 5.0 is a good motor, but not for a 1/2 ton truck. 4.0 Ranger would accelerate better then that F150 with a 5.0. You should of looked into some GM 1/2 tons. They have bigger engines, more hp, better tq, and came with 3:73's, also locking diff. You're gonna have ball joint issues with those 35's, if not having BJ issues already.

I found a few 96-97 F250's for sale for that price with snow plows, and little over 100k on them. Positive thing about those gen trucks are the strength of them. They were built good, just lacked hp and tq. The 5.0 came with only 199 hp, i think the GM 1/2 ton trucks back then came stock with over 260hp or something like that.
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that is one clean sexy lookin 95! Good luck with her man!
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haha sister's BF has one, his is the XL manual hubs 302, 4 speed with a locker in the rear. 35" big foots

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this thing has been beat to death... he's jumped, sunk it in mud, clugged the clutch with mud god know how many times... hell i've even worked on it.. a friend and i went to a pub from dinner and on our way to my house we saw my sister's bf under his truck putting the tranny back in at 11 at night, so i got dropped off and gave him a hand..

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i love these trucks... is your 4wd??
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very nice looking truck
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man there is one just like that for sale around here for $750...it in worse shape but still pretty nice...its got a 4 inch lift with 33's but could easily fit 35's...5.0 5 speed single cab long bed and all it needs is paint and a new steering column

96 F150 XLT 3" LIFT 33'S
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that thing looks pretty clean... i love those lifted f-150s with the full 8 foot bed. good find, should be a fun truck
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Whats with everyone asking if its 4wd? Do you guys not see the front differential?
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haha thank you :) and im gonna try to get a photoshott with my buddy who has the same thing basically but his is white two tone. and as for the gears and power, i drive to school and work and to the snowboarding mountain to its not a big issue

edit: so if i want to get 3.55 rear can i get it off a similar year f250 and did they make the 5 lug for them?

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Well you better be careful driving that thing in the snow with them 35's. Years ago my friends brother had a 96 F250 with 7.3 with same exact MT 35"s, and he was all over the road when there was snow on it. I thought he was pulling my leg when he said that his truck absolutely sucked in the snow, until I took it out around his neighborhood before the plow trucks plowed the road. Had it in 4wd and you would think I was driving a Rwd muscle car. Those tires were causing the truck to slide all over the place at times. His fix was to throw the stock wheels back on during the winter. Looked kinda silly though with a 6" lift and stock wheels.

But on a good note, he had alot of fun in the mud with those 35" MT's. You won't really have to second guess those wet feilds now kid, you'll have alot of fun ripping through them feilds.
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this one is only about 1 hour away from me..

351w automatic 4x4 set of 33's with 60% tread left.. this is what im looking for.. but i got no money. haha

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you will find onw dont worry and thanks rick, ill keep that in mind
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gettin more lights for her this weekend hopefullly il have some posts up of it.
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