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The Monster Truck Insanity Tour is bringing the THUNDER to the Pahrump Valley Speedway on November 2nd & 3rd! DISCOUNTED tickets are on sale at www.livealittleproductions.com, or at the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce!

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Should I buy an F350?

Hi guys, so I've found a 95 Ford F350 with a 5.78V8. Crew cab and long bed. It was a Caltrans yard truck, and has 41k original miles on it. Its cosmetic condition, while irrelevant to me, is rather good. This guy is asking ballpark 6k.

I own a 1991 Nissan Hardbody right now, and it's obviously not towing anything.

Now my girlfriend and I are about to buy a fifth wheel for a live in situation as well, and I'm looking for a truck that can tow it. Something reliable(as in can tug it from CA to WA.) I'd obviously be getting something within the specifications of the truck.

Now, I see the 7.3 Diesels are well-liked, but the low-mileage and clean condition of the vehicle is making me turn my head and wonder if I need the 7.3. What do you guys think? Should I drop on this truck? 5K? 5.5? 6?

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What would you do if you had the money?

So I have asked a lot of people questions about my truck (04 tacoma) and I have made some decisions to not quite go top end due to cost. There are a lot of things I want to do but everyone says “you should just go with x because y costs $2000 more and you only get z advantage.” So I want to know what you guys would do you to your truck if money was not an issue.

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Might buy a Sierra, should I be worried about a couple of dents/dings and one rust spot?

Been looking for a truck for a while, finally found one that I might buy. Took it for a test drive and it ran really smooth. I would prefer to get a truck that looks good, I'm not gonna beat it up.

So this truck I found does have a small dent at the trim level of the extended cab door, and some small dings at the window level of same door. The dings we're covered poorly with touch up paint. On the other side of the truck there is a small quarter-sized rust spot, below the front door. That is the only rust I found. This truck is a 2007 Sierra 1500 Classic.

I know many of these trucks do have rust issues. This truck is local to Washington State, so maybe not as much rust out here. But like I said, I did find one small rust spot.

I don't know anything about auto body. If I buy this truck expecting to take into an auto body specialist to fix these issues, how much do you think they would quote me? They would definitely need to respray the dinged up area on the door and small rust spot below the other door. Please don't suggest for me to do it myself, there is no way I could find the time and don't have the tools.

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