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Old 01-04-2017, 09:45 AM   #1
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2010 E150 5.4l 13k miles

Ok so in my search for a new van if mine sells I came across this beauty and told the owners I would share it with all of you in hopes they would sell it to someone that would appreciate it.

Its a 2010 Ford E150 5.4l V8 that only has 13k miles. It started as a cargo van and was converted by Coachman into a beautiful 7 passenger van with a full size auto folding bed in the back. The older couple has owned it since new and its been stored inside since new. It has the tow package (minus the integrated trailer brake) and heated front seats. No undercoating and everything looks brand new, never smoked in, drank in or ate in.

They are asking 22k OBO.

Its currently located in Madras, Oregon and the owners only use the phone, no email, which is why you probably haven't found it if you've been looking.

Please contact Dean at 541-777-0966.









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Old 01-04-2017, 10:00 AM   #2
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Wow! That's a beauty right there.
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Sweet rig for someone looking for a lighter duty platform.


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Oh as far as the E150 vs E350 part. I checked out all the specs and this year e150 only has a slightly smaller frame, rear axle, rear springs and brake master cylinder. Front springs may be lighter but I doubt it with the 5.4l v8.

Bottom line, if you use this van with the interior that it has now, it will be fine and can still tow up to 7000lbs.
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Newer E150s have a 8600 GVWR, which is what the used to be an E250 (which got bumped up slightly when the E150 was upgraded.

Front axles are the same, rear axles are both Dana 60 semi floats but the E150 does have a lower rating (~5400 pounds).
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Newer E150s have a 8600 GVWR, which is what the used to be an E250 (which got bumped up slightly when the E150 was upgraded.

Front axles are the same, rear axles are both Dana 60 full floats but the E150 does have a lower rating (~5400 pounds).
Newer E150s have full-float rears?
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No, I think he meant to type semi float. Either way I'm almost certain the one in this ad is a Semi float.
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Might was well continue to head off topic. The main question in my mind would be, is the front of the frame the same? i.e. could it be converted to 4x4 with normal conversion providers?
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Ujoint kit would absolutely work as long as you got the RSC kit. MGs may work. It was something I meant to check when I went to look at it and totally spaced on.
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No, I think he meant to type semi float. Either way I'm almost certain the one in this ad is a Semi float.
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