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Old 12-03-2014, 09:18 PM   #1
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I've always been looking to get a F-150 again, after having a 1990 XLT Lariat in 2006, but gas was expensive and i didn't have the job to keep the gas in it. So after trolling the local Craigslist and either a bad headgasket or cracked head on my 1995 Mazda 626, I found this 95 XLT. It was using only as a logging truck by the guy I bought it from. $700 and 148k miles couldn't pass it up. The only few problems that I'm looking into repairing are the speed sensor is bad, can't tell if i'm going 70 or 35 or 80 or 0 over 45mph, the exhaust had been hacked before the y-pipe goes into one, and i may have to replace a front hub. get a clicking grunting in the front drivers side when i 4wd and turning right. other than that the trucks in pretty decent shape for the price paid. came with tool box, back half of the original exhaust, roll bar and a tow chain. bed was cover with about six inches of bark. after a good cleaning looking pretty good. No ides for mods or anything yet. Happy to be back in my F-150 though.
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