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1999 Ford F-150 Reg Cab, 4.2L V6 8 ft Box, HD Suspension, 309,986 kms+
2002 Ford 250 SD 8' EX Cab 230,000K+ Original
1995 Diesel 7.3L PSD 747,000KMS,
1998 Ford F-150 Ex Cab XL 4.2L 3.55 460,948kms
1994,1995 f-150's R/Cab both Original, Ford For Life
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A gas engine makes a lot of sense for some medium duty truck users. If they do not put that many miles on the truck per year, a diesel may never pay for itself. The added cost of the new emission controls on diesels and the ULSD fuel is pretty substantial. And, that old Chevy Big Block always was a pretty good big truck engine.
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