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Still shopping for the right truck. I have found a 2010 with 196K miles on it. Is there things that I should look for that could cause problems with this amount of mileage that will be costly to fix? I plan to if I purchase ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-31-2013, 07:24 PM
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Still shopping for the right truck. I have found a 2010 with 196K miles on it. Is there things that I should look for that could cause problems with this amount of mileage that will be costly to fix? I plan to if I purchase the truck to do the deletes as it seems it greatly improves the performance. Any advice or suggestions will be appreciated.
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Holy $hit I would walk passed that truck. That's alot of miles unless it's like $4500

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Point taken. Alot of miles in a short amount of time. Price is considerably higher than 4500 so I think that being said I will keep on walkin and shoppin. I appreciate all the help and the useful info.
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I would keep looking you can find a good truck out there. Just hang in there you will find a goo deal along the way.
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Yea I know there out there. In the meantime I am going to make some cosmetic repairs on my 98 and some other mods to the engine. Currently it is all stock. I am putting K/n air filter and do a larger exhaust. Any others that you can think of would help. Who knows when it is all fixed up I may not b interested in trying to find a new truck.
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Yea I know there out there. In the meantime I am going to make some cosmetic repairs on my 98 and some other mods to the engine. Currently it is all stock. I am putting K/n air filter and do a larger exhaust. Any others that you can think of would help. Who knows when it is all fixed up I may not b interested in trying to find a new truck.
I don't like K/N airfilters, i've heard dust goes thur them

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yea, go for a different air filter

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Holy $hit I would walk passed that truck. That's alot of miles unless it's like $4500
A 2010 with 196K should be far from wore out if it was properly maintained. You would have a hard time buying a first gen rusted out with a cummins for 4500

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