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Old 07-04-2015, 08:34 PM   #1
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Hey, yall new guy here was looking at an F-150 Lariat SuperCrew 5.4L with 118,985 Miles, for 13,000$ was wondering if it's even worth the risk. truck looks very clean. I am going to ask questions about is, if when the dealership got the truck back after trade if all of the memantine that is recommended by ford is done, and that there are new tires and breaks, The cooling system cleaned and flushed, Tranz is flushed and new fluid and that the rear end is also flushed and cleaned, Then on top of all of that the ball joints and bushings to be check and wheel bearings, anything else yall can think of asking about or should i just wait for a better deal to come along.

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Hey, yall new guy here was looking at an F-150 Lariat SuperCrew 5.4L with 118,985 Miles, for 13,000$ was wondering if it's even worth the risk. truck looks very clean. I am going to ask questions about is, if when the dealership got the truck back after trade if all of the memantine that is recommended by ford is done, and that there are new tires and breaks, The cooling system cleaned and flushed, Tranz is flushed and new fluid and that the rear end is also flushed and cleaned, Then on top of all of that the ball joints and bushings to be check and wheel bearings, anything else yall can think of asking about or should i just wait for a better deal to come along.

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I feel you! I was in the market looking for a new truck after totaling my tundra, and found a 06 xlt supercrew 5.4 4x4 with 114k miles. I took it to the ford dealership and they said it was good and nothing wrong. Pulled the trigger and I love my truck! Just make sure they (ford dealership) does their multi point check, and don't be afraid to spend 200$ for that check, it's worth the money!
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I feel you! I was in the market looking for a new truck after totaling my tundra, and found a 06 xlt supercrew 5.4 4x4 with 114k miles. I took it to the ford dealership and they said it was good and nothing wrong. Pulled the trigger and I love my truck! Just make sure they (ford dealership) does their multi point check, and don't be afraid to spend 200$ for that check, it's worth the money!
Ha thank you, I am happy that it is not going to be a 4x4 just for the fact of no headake with the transfer case. but I was not going off road with this one, its going to be all street.
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What year is it? Big difference if it is an 04 or an 08.
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ooo crap lol its an 06
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Thats not to bad of a price around my area (Kansas/Missouri). Seems to be a lot of maintenance items already done to it. Hopefully at 118K the plugs are done, if not, they need done right away.
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Thats not to bad of a price around my area (Kansas/Missouri). Seems to be a lot of maintenance items already done to it. Hopefully at 118K the plugs are done, if not, they need done right away.
Any recommendations for the plugs at 118k or just stick with the OEM type.
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I am one that uses Motorcraft for ALL of my replacement parts. Especially with plugs and COP's.
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Stick with motorcraft sp515 plugs.
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Thanks guys! should i look at anything else or ask them to replace anything else?
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