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1995 ram 2500 4x4 stick flatbed

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Looking to thin out the herd around here.

Have had this truck for about 6 years or so.

244k ish miles 4.10 gears. steel deck flatbed with gooseneck, p3 brake controller

no headliner, rubber floor mat, nice seat out of a 99 (color doesn't match but is very low mile seat.)

pw, pdl, hot heat, working ac. power drivers seat, gauges work, not rusty.

kdp done, timing 16.5, 370's,  exhaust brake, all valve springs and 4k gsk. 4" exhaust. 

nv4500 with 98+ top cover, larger input shaft and dual disk 3250, valair hyd. 


dana 80 rear, open diff, drum brakes. hd rear leaf springs, no air bags needed!

dana 60 front, has newer moog ball jts, axleshaft u joints, performance rotors etc

285/75/16 toyo m55 tires with about 6k miles on them. has real alcoa wheels that need polished. (not ford wheels)


cruise control stopped working 

green paint is ugly, I put a nicer green front clip on, but the cab could use paint.

leaks oil, 1 quart every 2k or so

rear brakes getting low


I'm sure there is more that I don't remember. Diesel outfitters did engine and front end work.

I can try to get some pics to someone to upload if anyone's interested. 


Hope to get 6k ish for it. Thanks





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She may not be the purdiest girl at the dance but she sure gets the job done and is well taken care of under the hood :thumbup:

This truck has brought firewood to my house before. 

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9 hours ago, 199712valve said:

Ya, pretty close.  The old trucks getting used to haul firewood already too!  


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