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General Information

Year
1997
Make
Ford
Model
F-250 XLT
Color
White / Red
Packages
"Heavy Duty"
History
Bought the truck in 2015 with 218K miles. Has spent its whole life in Mississippi. Truck has ZERO rust. Engine needed some sprucing up and so did the interior. Truck runs strong. Whoever had it before me used it but took good care of it. Few small dings and chips but overall truck looks great.
1997 Ford F-250 XLT (White / Red)

Modifications

Drivetrain
7.3 Diesel
-Rebuilt Garrett turbo with upgraded bearing and wicked wheel.
-Riff Raff intake system
-T6 six position chip
-Gates green serpentine belt
-4" Diamond eye Turbo back exhaust system with 5" tip.
-NEW: IPR and harness pigtail, ICP, Fuel Pump, Glow Plugs, valve cover gaskets with harnesses, fuel line sleeves, belt tensioner, re sealed pedestal, fuel lines from pump, all fuel lines on filter bowl.
-Fuel bowl was totally rebuilt. Eliminating all unnecessary stuff like bowl heater, water in fuel sensor, Schrader valve(was leaking).

FUTURE:
-All injectors rebuilt to Stage 1 (160cc)
- Performance HPOP
-203 degree thermo with newer style rad. hose and billet thermo housing.
-Electric fuel pump conversion
-High Output Alt.
and more...
Interior
Pretty much stock. I have a new 40/20/40 out of a regular cab F-250 that I'm going to install. Also has new dash panel around cluster, passenger top dash piece, Black carpet dash cover, Leather stitched on steering wheel cover,
Exterior
-Heavy duty leaf springs in front that lift her up about 2.5"
-Bilstein B6 4600 shocks
-4" Tuff Country blocks in rear with Bilstein B8 5100's
-Carr steps
-Vent shades and Bug deflector
Audio
Howard Stern on Sirius XM radio.
Suspension
would love to do the Dana 60 axle swap. and the reverse shackle modification. dual shock steering stabilizers.
Wheel and Tire
Running the stock Alcoa's with Cooper Discovery Tires. Rims look great from 10 feet away but front ones are starting to chip pretty bad.

Looking to get some stock steelies. Powder coat them black and mount some skinny 33" tires.

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