Chevy/GMC Duramax 01-04 LB7Discussion of Chevy and GMC Trucks with LB7 Duramax Turbo Diesel Engines
hello every one after reading a lot of items some good and some not on a lot of different sites I thought I would ask this site for there thoughts on a 2002 Duramax LS. The truck is bone stock, no programmers of any kind, ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER
hello every one after reading a lot of items some good and some not on a lot of different sites I thought I would ask this site for there thoughts on a 2002 Duramax LS. The truck is bone stock, no programmers of any kind, It has 110,000 miles and is a one owner brought brand new and GM serviced its hole life, at 100,000 the owner took it in and had all the fluids changed out to the new ones GM recommends. The truck has only pulled a 34 ft. camper and a 16 ft. car trailer a couple of times. I know the injectors are some thing to watch out for, I have not talked to the owner about them to see if he had them ever changed etc. The truck is in good shape with some scratch's . KNOWING WHAT IS ABOVE WHAT IS A FAIR PRICE TO PAY?
looking at the 13,000 mark going to test drive and look it over this week end, I would keep looking but I already looked at about 75 01's to 04's and they are in the price range of 11,000 to 16,000 and range in mileage from 175,000 to 265,000 I even think two or three were over 325,000.
Depends on where you are. Mine books for around 13g here but that can change depending on where you are located. If the injectors are fine or have been replaced thats not to bad of a price. but just like every sale. Got to try to beat them down a little!
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