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Old October 15th, 2017, 06:21 PM
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Default F250 frame damage

Hello fellow enthusiasts
I have just pruchased my secou d F250, my first was sold many years ago.

I did not have much of a budget when I bought this one and am ashamed to say the rusted out frame slipped past me. I poked and prodded at it and it seemed fine but after driving for a few days it is obvious very bad. It looks like the PO was JB weld to hold the rust in place; it was the same color as the frame. The metal is thin, there is a crack, and a big hole.

Anyway I really like the truck, F250 4x4 460 5speed standard cab, black.
I have a small budget, and limited options for where to do an involved repair.

I am hoping you guys have some suggestions for me.
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