2000 F250 7.3 and 2022 Northstar 850sc package


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Hi Everyone,

Looking to sell my rig. It has been great, but we have decided our family is too large for the truck camper life. Truck and camper are a great match. Truck is set up Perfect with the new gearing and suspension. Has all the power needed and climbs hill better than stock. Transmission temps barely move and never ever gets hot. Transmission with the upgraded cooler love the 4.30 gears. Puts RPMs more at stock range with 35’s. Have chance to move to 37’s if wanting. All addons to truck have been in the last 10,000 miles. All performance mods have been to make the truck run more efficient but not hurt the integrity of the motor. This motor has been well cared for and can run 200,000 more miles. I have had 3 of these 7.3 trucks and this has to be my favorite I have owned. Best cold start I have owned. Owner before me was meticulous and kept every record with Les Swaub with the life of the vehicle, it is what Sold me on the truck. The interior of the truck is also in great shape and appears to have had seat covers on the seats since it was new as they are about perfect.

The camper is a 2022 model and was purchased at the beginning of the summer and is in like new condition. We love this camper because of the pop-out room on the side which offers a lot of extra storage and sleeping space that is perfect for someone with a dog and/or child. It has a power roof, power jacks, 3 way dometic fridge, propane heater with thermostat and water heater, sub zero package, wrap package with storage Bumper and side storage boxes, casette toilet, glass top sink, pre-wired for a/c, stereo, tv antenna, overhead cabinets, solar hookup, exterior led lighting, USB ports inside and out. We also added a 200w renogy suitcase solar system and a 200ah renogy lithium ion battery which has enough power to last us over a week off-grid.

The camper is the 6.5 ft bed model on an 8 ft bed which gives us a nice storage area between the cab and the camper and doesn't throw off the center of gravity. We had planned to have a custom flatbed with storage boxes between cab and camper made for it if we liked the truck camper but I think we need something bigger for our family.

2000 F250 Ext Long Bed 4x4 XLT 7.3L Diesel
155k miles
No Rust
4.30 Gearing in axles, Makes truck tow and carry weight better with 35’s
35x12.5 R17 Maxxis AT W/Spare Less than 10,000 miles on them
7.3L Diesel runs perfect, no blowby
Only run Rotella synthetic every 5,000 miles
ARB Bumper (New)
4IN Lift (New) Custom, correct steering and track bar alignment
Bilstein reservoir shocks
PMF HD track Bar
Airlift bags with pump and in cab control
DP Tuner with 60/80 Hp Tow and econo tunes no hotrod
DP tuner Kill switch, great for parking in scary places for theft
New KC Turbo with billet wheel assembly, Trucks zips and EGT’s low
New Bellowed up pipes Riff Raff
S&B Air cold intake
T500 upgraded oil pump, helps with cold starts
New water Pump
All sensors have been upgraded or replaced
Riff raff Fuel crossover
Riff raff oil cross over
Riff raff Banjo bolts
Riff Raff CVD fittings
Custom camper HD tie down
PMF steering stabilizer
Rear rotors, calipers and pads
Stereo with Android auto, Apple carplay, Google maps, etc.
new door speakers
MBRP exhaust
Seat cover

We will be in the coastal Oregon and Washington areas for the next week or two if you are interested.

Asking 30k for the truck and 35k for the camper


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Price Reduced to 65k. We are now back in Kentucky where the truck and camper will remain until sold!

We built this rig for a trip down the Pan-American highway which we have decided not to do at this time but this is the perfect rig for it! If you are looking for the most reliable diesel truck ever made with all the upgrades to make it last forever than this is it! These trucks easily get 3-500k miles and have parts that are readily available most anywhere.


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@Skinhyfish The truck did awesome on our road trip this summer! We did find out that the truck camper may be a little small for us with the dog/kid/toys so we are going to try a small bumper pull camper on my half ton

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