1993 Dodge Diesel 4x4 standard cab flatbed

Price: US $12,900.00 Item location: Rathdrum, Idaho, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Ram 2500
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Trim: standard
  • Year: 1993
  • Mileage: 194,005
  • VIN: 1B7KM26C7PS218168
  • Color: Dark Blue
  • Engine size: 5.9L Cummins Diesel 6 cyl
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Mirrors
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1993 Dodge Ram 2500

I have owned this truck since 2009 and have used it mostly for towing a single car trailer and hauling parts for my old car parts hobby job. The motor runs great!! The injector pump was replaced at 167k just before I got it. The body is in good shape with no rust problems. I just had it and the bed repainted because it had the usual Dodge paint probelem from the early 90's. The inside of the truck is clean and the dash is not cracked. I also just had the carpet out and there is no sign of rust in the floorpan. The grille, front bumper, windshield with rubber gasket, and head liner are all new. When I bought the truck at 170k I rebuilt the transmission (518 AOD) and had the rear main seal replaced. I also installed a Borgeson steering shaft and in the last year a new steering box. The front end of the truck was gone through before I bought it at 167k. It also had a new radiator installed at that time. The A/C works and will blow cold on a hot day. The power windows and door locks also work good, though I think the driver side door lock linkage needs some adjusting because it turns easy but using the key sometimes does not turn it far enough. The passenger side works fine 100% of the time. The transfer case is a 205 that works good but does have a minor leak around the output shaft seal. I replaced it when I got the truck and in the last year it has started leaking again, it's an easy fix I just haven't got around to it. The tranny is due for an oil change and I have the filter and oil but have not done it yet. The battery is a Napa industrial that is about 3 years old. The engine oil with filter, fuel filter, and air filter have all been recently changed. The engine antifreeze was changed when I put a new bearing in for the cooling fan. I used a factory Timkin roller bearing ($122) not an aftermarket ball bearing ($40). The flatbed is a very well built heavy duty bed. The bed itslelf is all diamond plate steel and is set up to pull a gooseneck trailer. The headache rack is made of heavy steel too. The tires on it are ok, they are a highway tread pattern. If you are going to use it for very heavy hauling or towing I would probably put new ones on. These are the tires that were on it when I bought it, I bought a set of 10 ply Peagasus tires from a local tire shop when the truck was new to me and they did not hold up well so I put the tires back on it that were on it when I bought it. The rims are about five years old and I bough them at Les Schwab. I also have a set of mounted studded mud and snow tires that go on it in the winter they are Avon tires also from Les Schwab. The tread is in great shape but the tires themselves are about 10 years old so I only use them in the winter when I am not towing. The brakes were gone through before I bought the truck but I think the master cylinder might need replacing soon, or the back brakes need adjusting not sure which. The ebrake works great. All in all it is a great truck. I have put several hundred miles on it in one day hauling cars and I would get in it today and drive it anywhere. I have been all over the northwest with it pulling my trailer and it has never left me walking. The dana 70 posi rearend is very surefooted and with the dana 60 frontend I have never been stuck any where. I am selling this because I got a really good deal on a really low mile 03 and I just don't need two trucks, but I already miss the flatbed. Email call or text 2O8 seven55 O4O7