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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-21-2012, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

Just got my truck back from ford they installed a new crate motor,still has the black paint on it. Everything is new from the turbos down ! the motor comes with a 2 a two year transferable unlimited mileage warranty . The truck still has the egr delete ,spartan,dpf delete banks intake.The tires and wheels are less then 6 months old toyo 38 1/2 with 20 /12 fuel wheels with warranty from discount tire. rbp upper ,lower front grill and side badges led lights fab tech 8 inch lift, iron cross running boards power coated along with both bumpers fx4 package with black leather truck has 123k showing on it motor has less the 50 miles! looking to sale this truck still but not sure what its worth with the new motor and warranty ?

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

Hard to price it out very well when we don't know what year it is, and what trim level.

That said, the aftermarket stuff really adds nothing to book value, I'd book it out retail, and then add $7.5K to that for the motor.

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

More importantly why did the truck have to have a new engine?

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

I think the Spartan, DPF delete, and EGR delete would void that new engine warranty...

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

Nice looking truck, why did the engine need to be replaced?

Like Wizzard of Odds said, I think adding $7.5k to book value is fair, considering a new engine costs something like $14k I think

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

Well, yes and no. On one hand, there's a new engine, on the other hand, the truck has been torn apart and had new, untested parts put in. I would think the new engine has no effect on book value. For instance, if a truck was abused and needed a new engine, should that new engine raise its value even though its been abused?

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

Depends on the situation.
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a low mile newer truck with a new engine- worrisome
A higher mile older truck with a new engine - peace of mind



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More importantly why did the truck have to have a new engine?
Did you see his picture blowing smoke? Says a lot about the abuse the truck had.

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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

its a 2008 fx4 package thanks for the help !
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Re: help with pricing my 6.4 with a new motor and warranty ?

the truck has not been abused and my fuel was contaminated by some one putting something in my fuel probably my x girlfriend ! insurance payed for a new motor have a receipt from ford for 17350.00 for labor an an motor ! to the guy that says that I my truck has been abused because i have a pic of it blowing smoke ? I don't really get people like you! I can barley press the gas pedal and it blows smoke so suck it big guy !
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