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1996 FORD F250 7.3L 4X4 EXT CAB

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1996 FORD F250 7.3L 4X4 EXT CAB
Since its release, Ford's OBS (Old Body Style) trucks have stood the test of time and are one of the most iconic body styles in automotive history.
SDHQ purchased this 1996 Ford F250 7.3L 4x4 Extended Cab Long Bed from the vehicle's second owner, who bought it with 76,265 miles in 2016. SDHQ professionally went through it, replaced worn-out components, and dialed it in to ensure it was solid!
You will not find a more well-maintained OBS on the market.
We picked this up from the second owner who has had it since 2016. He bought it with 76,265 miles on it and sold it to us with 125,000 miles.
Year: 1996
Model: Ford F-250 Extended Cab Long Bed
Trim: XLT
Engine:7.3L Powerstroke
Drivetrain: 4x4
Current Mileage: 126,000
The following work was professionally done at SDHQ this year (2020).
Ball joints
Tie rods
Drag links
Warn hubs
Alignment cams
Bilstein shocks front & rear
Spray-in bedliner
Here are just some of the receipts/records we have in hand from the previous owner.
LOF @ 124,026 miles
LOF @ 118036 miles
Wheel bearings @ 112726 miles
LOF @ 112011 miles
Lift pump, rear pinion seal, glow plugs, valve cover gaskets, carrier bearing r&r @ 107813 miles
LOF @ 105911 miles
LOF & fuel filter 99288 miles
LOF @ 99288 miles
LOF @ 95,768
LOF @ 90734 miles
Tie rod, starter @ 88279 miles
LOF @ 88279 miles
LOF, steering hose, fuel filter @ 83706 miles
Tie rod, drag link @ 81688 miles
Brakes, ball joints, steering pump @ 81566 miles
LOF @ 80935 miles AC compressor, gearbox, brake flush, diff service, LOF @ 76727 miles
*LOF (Lube, Oil, Filter
The second owner of this Ford was a meticulous record keeper.
We have the mileage, average fuel mileage, and dates for every tank of fuel used between 93,160 miles and 112,085 miles... They range from a low of 16 to a high of 21.75. Per the previous owner's notes, the high mpg was due to changing the PSI in the tires from 55 to 70psi
  • Year 1996
  • Make Ford

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