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Old 10-16-2002, 10:18 AM
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hey jack, how's the tranny holding up?
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Awesomely, thanks We're going on a nice camping trip here this weekend, so I get to tow with it once again. That's my favorite part.
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That tranny whine may very well be a rear-end whine. It's hard to tell with the driveshaft sending out the harmonics.
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[quote author=Superduty12v link=board=8;threadid=5906;start=15#53613 date=1034781528]<br>That tranny whine may very well be a rear-end whine. It's hard to tell with the driveshaft sending out the harmonics.<br>[/quote]<br><br>I THOUGHT OF THAT TOO.
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Palmetto, There is really no good way to figure what a used CTD is worth. It is really worth whatever the market will bear. I didn't think I would get the price I did for my 99 but I did easily. It was only an ST but htat didn't bother anybody, I had a ton of people interested in it. I bought one cheap a couple a weeks a go, 01 1-ton quad cab, ctd, auto, slt, with fiberglass wheel to wheel boards and 99k on the ticker and I gave $17,500 for it. Sold itt hte next day for $18,500 to a friend with out even cleaning it but I could of gotten a lot more on the lot. I bought that one from the local bank, they had just repoed it. So I got it right, I wish I had 100 more at that price.
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where exactly are you Luke?
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I'm about 60 miles west of St.Louis. If you look on a map follow I-70 west out of St.louis until you see highway 19 cross 70. then 19 goes south and it runs into Hermann, Mo. That is where our dealerships are but I live back toward St.Louis myself.
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