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Old 04-08-2013, 18:37   #1 (permalink)
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Hello! New guy here but have been lurking for a while. I'm looking at getting a F250 to pull our travel trailer. The trailer weighs about 7400 fully loaded. I found the following truck but can't get to see it right away. Do you think it has a lift kit and bigger tires? It has the 6.9 motor with 130K miles on it. We looked at it last week and it really looks like new. It seemed to drive pretty good but the salesman didn't know anything about it.

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It has been lifted. Check out the trucks at Next Auto near Bi Mart too. The salesmen there know quite a bit. I bought a truck from them. Next Auto
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Thanks Bert! Did't see anything on the website but will keep looking. Not sure if being lifted is a bad thing other than losing more mileage and the 6.8 is a bit of a guzzler but then that the way it is when towing a trailer.
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Thanks Bert! Did't see anything on the website but will keep looking. Not sure if being lifted is a bad thing other than losing more mileage and the 6.8 is a bit of a guzzler but then that the way it is when towing a trailer.
You could go in and tell them what you're looking for and they can find it. That's what I did for my truck. Ask for Craig or Kurt.
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