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Old 08-29-2017, 09:05 PM
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Good old innuvik..

Yeah.. Ive been to alert a few times. Problems we had with the f350's is depending on the time of year. Starting was never nice on the f350s. Id say if it dips below -30, let her idle unless youre somewhere you can plug it in.

Dont use starting fluid in it.
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Old 08-29-2017, 09:13 PM
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Yeah this will be a summer trip so not worried about the cold. I've also been to Alert. Good library of movies lol
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Old 08-29-2017, 10:33 PM
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Ah, then you've seen the worst and drank the most.. Ugh.. I think I still have a hangover from that place.

Anyway, yeah. A disposable 5k truck isnt a bad idea.
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One thing to make sure about any 7.3 truck is that it is stock. Try to find one that hasn't been tuned and hotboyed out. The biggest issue with them is they use a weak auto trans (4R100) but other than that the engines are usually reliable.
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Old 08-30-2017, 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by PlasmaJab View Post
Ah, then you've seen the worst and drank the most.. Ugh.. I think I still have a hangover from that place.

Anyway, yeah. A disposable 5k truck isnt a bad idea.

And also drank the worst lol

Originally Posted by Red-Ford View Post
One thing to make sure about any 7.3 truck is that it is stock. Try to find one that hasn't been tuned and hotboyed out. The biggest issue with them is they use a weak auto trans (4R100) but other than that the engines are usually reliable.
The 7.3 I'm looking at was a work truck and seems completely stock other than still having decals on the doors from the business. Looks like the company used it to haul around car and truck engine parts.
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