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Old 10-13-2011, 11:53 PM
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Talking 1990 F250 diesel

this is my new truck im buying this truck from a family member So what do you think
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:55 AM
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Looks good! I think it needs a lift tho...
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:30 AM
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yeah it needs a little lift the nice part though is that the family member i bought it from was the orginal onwer and its not bad for $1000 its a good truck and the owner had the truck at a ford shop that went through and replaced tie-rod ends and other stuff like, also they added one more leaf spring on each side to keep it from sagging and this truck is/was the belt breaking F250
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How come I can't ever find any deals like this?? That truck would sell for at least $3500 here in Ky. I'll give you your money back for it right now! LOL
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Old 10-14-2011, 11:14 AM
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Nice. Good deal. Let us know if you find out what is causing the belts to break.
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If its a serpentine belt, check your belt tensioner, nice truck.
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If its a serpentine belt, check your belt tensioner, nice truck.
Not on a 1990 unless someone swapped all the pulleys and converted it.
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I thought it was a option from 87-91 and they made it standard in 92? Maybe I heard wrong.
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thank you for all the nice replys and ill let you know what was causing the belt to break
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I thought it was a option from 87-91 and they made it standard in 92? Maybe I heard wrong.
Serp. belts came out in 1992.

Early '92 models (built in 1991 as OBS 92 model will still have V-belts.)
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Truck looks great


Need to loose those ugly hubcaps for the smaller center dogdish ones



Is it a 5 speed or auto?
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Need to loose those ugly hubcaps for the smaller center dogdish ones



Is it a 5 speed or auto?
Well, considering it has a 2ft stick coming from the floor and 3 pedals, I doubt its a auto.
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Wow don't I feel stupid right now


Blew right by that pic without noticing. Long day lol




That's my 1990 F250's higher end twin brother
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hey 91dirtydiesel what type of lift kit would you suggest i puton to the truck ..... and i dont like messing with the rims and tires lol
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