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    Default There has got to be something wrong with this pic

    I don't know this truck sounds way too cheap...I'm suposed to look at it tonite. He says the clutch just got replaced. Isn't 60k kind of early to loose a clutch. What else should I be looking for problem wise. Is this year prone to any typical issues? It just sounds like way too good of a deal.
    http://www.ksl.com/emedia/its/slc/97...ter=ksl/newhl2 OOPS looks like all I got was the pic, I'll try again. He's asking 5k, 2003, 2500 gmc. 60k miles
    http://www.ksl.com/index.php?sid=0&n...iew&ad=2141950
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    those trucks were wayyyyy to ease to unplug the odometer on there was actually a connector you could unplug on the back of the ipc to disable the odometer only, jus a fyi

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    Salvage title? 60k on a clutch seems low but who knows who was driving this or how they were driving it. For all you know they thought it was a prerunner and beat the crap out of it the entire time. I'd bring a creeper and get under the truck with a nice bright flashlight looking for cracks, seems in the body, etc. Make sure you go somewhere you can test out the 4wheel drive in all it's gears.

    On Edit: be sure to check the dash vin with the door vin just to be sure. 60k on and 03 isn't really that crazy for miles.
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    It say's all city miles,, someone could wear out a clutch in 60k city mile's , It has new tire's , ...............E

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    Check the year of the truck. Mileage seems low for a 17 year old truck


    Specifications
    Body:
    Truck
    Make:
    GMC
    Model:
    Sierra 2500
    Year:
    1993
    Mileage:
    60000
    Number of doors:
    2
    Exterior condition:
    2 Good
    Exterior color:
    Tan
    Interior condition:
    1 Excellent
    Interior color:
    Brown
    Type of fuel:
    Gasoline
    Type of transmission:
    Manual
    Drive Train:
    4 Wheel Drive

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    We used to be in the bus business and had a woman who would go thru a clutch a day. Needless to say she was gone after a coulle of clutches.

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