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This is not a stock Ford 6.0. Head Studs, EGR Delete. Lariat, leather, power everything.$18,500 $32,000 spent on this truck. You will not be able to find a better truck than this for the money any where. Don't even consider getting a stock Ford 6.0 with out doing the work I did, I guarantee you still won't get as nice of a truck as mine for less. Why pay $40,000-$50,000 for a stock new truck, when you can buy mine that I have spent 10s if thousands to make nice, bullet proof, comfortable and safe. Here is the list of everything I have done just within a year and have all receipts for.

Heads professionally milled, ARP head studs, EGR delete and oil cooler thermostat all done by Unlimited Diesel Performance in Bremen, OH.

Ball joints, tie-rod ends and new Hankook Dynapro ATM 275/65/r20 tires done at Rocky's in Spanish Fork.

New AC pump and condenser kit installed last week at Wignall's Automotive in Payson.

New Steering box, steering pump, lines and alternator replaced Oct. 2010

SCT Programmer with custom tunes

Gages

Air Raid cold air intake

8in stack removed last week because I really wanted to keep the truck and the pipe was in the way when I put the four wheeler in the back. However I still have the stack and it would be very easy and cheap to put back on.

4in side exit exhaust strait to the turbo.

12" Fusion subs in a custom box with 2 Fusion 650w amps and matching Fusion 6x9s in the front and rear. Premier CD deck with iPod input/charger.

20in Rock Star wheels.

Fifth Wheel Hide-a-ball

I like nice stuff and I only get the best. Well over $30,000 invested and I hate to sell but we don't use it much and we really don't need this much truck. Serious inquiries only. No joy riders, this truck has never been raced, all work done on it was to get the best possible fuel mileage and safety for pulling a 25' trailer across country to see my wife's family in Pennsylvania.

Radiator flushed, tranny fluid and filters changed before our trip in July 2011. New fuel filter, coolant reservoir and MAP sensor also recently changed.

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Before I try posting this around for you, I want to make sure I have the right price you're asking...$18,500 is the asking price, right?

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