How to buy a Cheap Old Truck..........and NOT get Ripped off

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6 aylar önce

Trucks are priced higher than ever right now! So how do you get a good used truck for a reasonable price without getting ripped off? Today we'll look at how to evaluate buying an older used truck and what to look for so you don't make a bad decision or end up buying junk!

Adam McMillin
Adam McMillin 6 aylar önce
I think whats cool about Dave is that he knows his viewers dont know as much as he does, and he cares about us enough to teach us. Thanks Dave!
Bushcrafthomesteader 5 aylar önce
Watching Dave's videos over a year ago is part of what led me to sell my house and buy land and be fully offgrid. Never going back! Thanks Bushradical!
Indigenous Outdoorsman
Indigenous Outdoorsman 5 aylar önce
@Bushradical Good morning Dave, I just got a message from TRpost stating that I won a giveaway of yours. I just wanted to check the legitimacy of this notice. Thank you in advance.
Charlie21Gunner 5 aylar önce
@Bushradical Great video, and what a bargain! You bought a $100,000 dollar truck for $1900, that is some serious bargaining! LOL
Jack Lowe
Jack Lowe 6 aylar önce
Thanks Dave - I just bought about same truck - Good Info. For sure!
Kevola 6 aylar önce
Dave shares what he knows and encourages other to do the same. Teaching is a great way to learn more on the subject because you see the subject through the questions of others. It also teaches you what is really important. That’s why he is humble and proficient in several areas. Just roll up your sleeves and learn something.
Wisconsin Woodsman
Wisconsin Woodsman 6 aylar önce
Be great to see a series on how you restore this truck to a safe, nominal driving state. Tracking the costs of parts and tools needed would be nice too.
CerebralAilment Aylar önce
@Bushradical Can't wait!
Boaz_Yitzchaq 5 aylar önce
Great idea. Look forward to seeing this.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
will do
John Weaver
John Weaver 6 aylar önce
Mechanical locking hubs-winning. Also on this particular truck it has one of the easiest Heater Cores to change in all my years of turning Wrenches. The only part that scare me on this truck is the remaining life of the hard lines (fuel, brakes.) All easily repairable. I agree about the Spring Perches, Body Mounts, and Frame condition. If they are extremely damaged, consider your options carefully. Rust never sleeps.....
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Wabanaki [Dawnland People] Mi'kmaw Indian Shaman
Wabanaki [Dawnland People] Mi'kmaw Indian Shaman 6 aylar önce
Spring hangers butn off and can be replaced inside an hour. The replacement parts with 4 new grade 8's and nuts is less than 50 bucks. Not much to consider carefully there. Body mounts can be a pita but also cheap to replace. Those two items don't match your frame concern. That's a whole different animal. If that's rotted out or too thin, she's a parts truck.
Big Transit Adventures
Big Transit Adventures 6 aylar önce
This couldn’t have come at a better time, I’m looking for a truck at the moment, I’d like to find me a 90’s ford 4x4, I’m down state here in Michigan and the salt eats em up. I don’t mind it being rusty or banged up, but just want a reliable truck for hailing to our property . Thanks for sharing 👍🏻🇺🇸
John Moore
John Moore 3 gün önce
A used truck shopping trip to a southern state would be nice.
Big Transit Adventures
Big Transit Adventures 6 aylar önce
@Bushradical thank you sir
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
good luck
will schultz
will schultz 6 aylar önce
This is a very well done video and well put together! Great for a novice who is looking for a cheap truck ! You cover many things alot of people dont think about 👍
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Trailer Yacht
Trailer Yacht 6 aylar önce
Love your work Dave. I am listening. I might not have the flashest, newest, most computerised super-truck either - but like you - I HAVE LAND . . . . . Seriously - you & Brooke are heroes. Thank you both for sharing your philosophy.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Thanks TY
Terry 6 aylar önce
I really enjoy your videos, Dave! This one is no exception! Buying an old used truck makes more sense than spending ridiculous amounts of money on something I'd be afraid to use for fear of damaging my investment. Thanks for sharing your knowledge! You're a good teacher, for sure.
Pepaw G
Pepaw G 6 aylar önce
Well, just as I expected. Another great posting by Dave the Man! Good thorough walk around that should help all the potential buyers from getting buyers remorse! Good point about expecting some issues, but knowing what's major and what's not is the key! Thanks for another great educational video. Stay radical!!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Cowboy Nate
Cowboy Nate 6 aylar önce
This is super helpful for folks looking at older and older vehicles. Well done, and thanks.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Max Vernon
Max Vernon 6 aylar önce
Thanks for making this video Dave. As an owner of an old truck and someone with only basic knowledge of cars and engines, this sort of walkthrough really helps. Much appreciated!
Lance Adams
Lance Adams 5 aylar önce
Everytime! I just love this channel, thank you so much for the genuine content you put out, nothing more nothing less, no gimmicks no clickbait. I appreciate you Dave.
Paul Hoskins
Paul Hoskins 5 aylar önce
I had the same truck, only mine was a standard cab with an 8' bed. Inline 6, 5-speed, dual fuel tanks, 4x4. Look forward to seeing you use this one. You are obviously very knowledgeable.
SimplyLesa 6 aylar önce
Thank you so much Dave! I just bought a 23 year old tracker and I took a trusted mechanic with me. I like understanding stuff and learned a lot from this video. Knowledge is power!
Naaman Pratt
Naaman Pratt 6 aylar önce
Hey Dave, When I committed to leaving northern Va. and attempt living up here alone, off-grid, and in the backwoods of Maine after our father passed on in early 2013, I used his '93 Ford Ranger only as a yard truck and mainly for toting firewood logs out of the forest. The frame finally rusted out so bad it was shaped like a V when the dude towed it away from here a few years later... after paying me $125. 🙈
Swede's Speed Shop
Swede's Speed Shop 5 aylar önce
@Tom Mak you can definitely fix frames we do it all the time in the northeast
Tom Mak
Tom Mak 5 aylar önce
can frames be fixed, can you bolt or weld another channel, if not why not?
Swede's Speed Shop
Swede's Speed Shop 6 aylar önce
Hello fellow maynah
Naaman Pratt
Naaman Pratt 6 aylar önce
@Bushradical I hear ya... Thank God for my Polar Sled & Gorilla Cart, till then. Excellent video & thorough! 💫
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
time for a new one
Mike Black
Mike Black 5 aylar önce
I have purchased my share of older vehicles and I have to say that this is the best, most realistic video of what someone should go through when buying a used car that I have ever seen. By the same token, it's good to know what others are looking for when you are selling a vehicle so you can make some simple repairs to get the best return on your investment and this video does that as well. Nicely done!
Susan B
Susan B 6 aylar önce
Thank you for a great video, Dave! You always have informative and entertaining content. You're a great teacher. Love your channel and Brooke's too! ❤️❤️❤️
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
adrian jay
adrian jay 5 aylar önce
I love those old Fords! That one is a killer package. 4x4, standard, manual shift tcase, 4.9 I6! That will go for a long while yet!! Great video Dave! Keep it up! Cheers from BC Canada!
taytim 5 aylar önce
Been watching your videos for a while just recently subscribed. Man the way you share knowledge is absolutely awesome. It seems you take pride in trying to deeply explain what your doing to your fans so if they want to give it it a shot they may have a slight knowledge from your videos
I Create Crafts
I Create Crafts 6 aylar önce
I absolutely love yours and Brooke's videos! Your my and Kerry's inspiration 😉 we only buy used crappy cars, never bought a new car, lasts longer, no car payments and living on a homestead we don't need a new fancy car! I love this video great information somethings we've never checked for. Keep these great informative videos coming!!
B Lambert
B Lambert 6 aylar önce
This brought back memories of my dad working on his trucks, cars, and semi-he was a truck driver. When he bought his first new truck he popped the hood and started removing off all these new fangled things that "weren't necessary" to make a truck work. Looking back he probably should've bought another used one lol. Thanks for your expertise.
Bob Ashmore
Bob Ashmore 6 aylar önce
Timely video for me, Dave. Thanks! My '02 Camry got flattened by a hillside full of trees on New Years Eve, true story. I had loaned it to my son because his car threw it's transmission and the wife and I have a nice ten year old mini van, I work from home, she's not working right now, so no hardship to us to help him out. He even parked it in his garage to keep it safe. Everything worked on that Camry, not a single thing wrong with it. On NYE here in Kentucky we had a major ice and wind storm, his house is at the bottom of a cliff. All the trees came down from the top of the cliff right onto his garage and the back of his house. Fortunately only cosmetic damage to the house but the garage was flattened, with my car in it. Funniest part of the story, once they cut down far enough to get to the car it was about half of it's normal height, but still started and drove out of the mess of trees onto the flat bed that hauled it away. Since our 4 wheel pick up got rear ended last Summer we have really wanted another one, so we decided to get one instead of another car. Hence how timely this video is for me. Another awesome video, thanks again.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Jami Nova
Jami Nova 5 aylar önce
Great video! I normally avoid dealers, but a 2000 Ford Expedition 4x4 caught my eye. It has some minor flaws being it's 22 years old and high miles 250K. But the dealer was surprised and a little concerned since I took it on a test drive for about 1/2 hour! I'm lucky because I grew up in a family of mechanics who taught me the basics. I did a thorough check of everything and to my amazement, they did all the work that they said they did. Plus, I think the previous 1 owner took very good care of it. What I would also like to add is, I would smell the oil and transmission fluid to check it, check the front suspension for wiggle, and front and rear differentials for leaks or noise. And bring a scanner for any codes. I had a shady guy try to sell me a Santa Fe with "No check Engine" and my scanner lit up like a Christmas tree with code after code! In CA, passing the smog inspection is an issue! So far, I've done my own oil change and put new tires after 1 year and I love my truck!
Regal Bowman
Regal Bowman 5 aylar önce
This is invaluable information for anyone buying anything used..Thanks Dave your channel gets better as it evolves.
Alex DeWitt
Alex DeWitt 6 aylar önce
i really appreciate you going through this. i am looking to get my first vehicle soon and i dont have a huge budget. this is really helpful Dave thank you!
Born free, living the dream, Alaska
Born free, living the dream, Alaska 5 aylar önce
Thanks for this video. I picked up a 94' f250 back in January. I definitely did not do as thorough a job checking things like you covered but I think I did good for the price. I love these old trucks.
Kara 5 aylar önce
You and Brooke are my hero’s! Thank you for sharing your knowledge. No more new vehicles for us. Off grid here we come.
Green Ninja87
Green Ninja87 5 aylar önce
Thank you Dave. Really perfect timing. My wife and I are avid viewers of you and your wife. We are in the beginning stages of simplifying and moving off grid. Appreciate the knowledge and the way you both share it. Keep being radical.
Richard McGrath
Richard McGrath 2 aylar önce
Hi Dave, love your videos especially the ones about building your own cabin. Like you, I have a ninth generation F150. Mine is a single cab with the 302 engine - just purrs along, and has been absolutely reliable. Here in New Zealand we have LOTS of old American trucks!
Daniel Duffy
Daniel Duffy 6 aylar önce
This Channel has pushed me from running the rat race to off grid. Owned a 2016 tacoma, spending all my money on bills to buying a 1994 K1500 with no payment. Such a good feeling. Thanks Dave
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
you bet
Vanessa A
Vanessa A 6 aylar önce
Awesome video very informative! Question, what can you do about the rust? I found some small rust places on my truck and would like to fix that if possible.
Bob Lamb
Bob Lamb 5 aylar önce
Interesting. Looked like the check engine light might have been on and it had a pretty good exhaust leak. In some states that's not an issue but here in Arizona they freak out at emissions time if even an insignificant hose is off. An exhaust leak will result in a fail. In some states people even remove their emission stuff. I've had a rusty car once in my life. Bought it here in Arizona for parts. An Arizona car all it's life. The car was a 61 Mercury Comet. Front floor pans were rusty. How did it get rusty in a dry state where summer temp's average 115? The carpet pad. Rubber quickly dry rots here. That in turn allows water entry. Carpet pads are like sponges. Even with high daily temps that moisture under the carpet stays wet indefinitely. Thus the rotted out floors in an Arizona car. $1900 was not to bad considering the necessary stuff is a cheap fix.
Dean Barr
Dean Barr 6 aylar önce
Good sound advice Dave. The last brand new vehicle I purchased from a dealership was way back in 1986. I've learnt over the years that if you know what to look for, you can find a very reliable used vehicle and save tens of thousands of dollars.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Right on
VonDa in Wonderland
VonDa in Wonderland 5 aylar önce
Thanks Dave. My daughter left 2 old Ford's in front of my house. We got the radiator for the Explorer, but I have a lot of questions about the Econoline van. This should help me to look it over and figure out if it's worth saving ♥
Stan 6 aylar önce
Great video as usual Dave !!! Makes my 2001 Ranger with 88K look great. I always had company supplied vans and it helped make my Ranger great for retirement.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
right on
sporty05 5 aylar önce
Great video. Sadly, there is no such thing as a "cheap" old truck anymore. If it runs and drives ok they want ridiculous prices. I ended up going new for that reason. I spent almost 2 years searching.
M C 6 aylar önce
This was superbly helpful. I've had my eye out for a mid 2000's CRV to outfit for finish carpentry (lumber deliveries being fairly straightforward here in seattle) but I will likely have to go further back into the ages if prices remain this high.
Cindy Sward
Cindy Sward 6 aylar önce
Great video Dave, as a 63 year old woman close to retirement, I believe you gave me some good shopping tools for looking for a truck for my husband. And he thinks he needs a new one? No way!!!!!
Chris Lonsberry
Chris Lonsberry 6 aylar önce
This was a great video Dave! Thanks for the step by step process when looking at a truck.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Glad it was helpful!
Sharon Dismuke
Sharon Dismuke 6 aylar önce
Thank you for all this information.. Since I'm a woman, you showed me alot of things that I would not have thought about. I'll be looking for another vehicle soon. I met you about a week ago in a Meijer store, if you remember me. I enjoyed talking with you. You and Brooke are so interesting. Hope I get to see either one of you again soon! Take care!
Sharon Dismuke
Sharon Dismuke 5 aylar önce
@Jason Lombardi You are right Jason. I used to have a man who took care of the vehicles and I did alot of other work around the homestead. I need to learning about picking out my own vehicles. I love having a truck!!😊
Phil Leo
Phil Leo 5 aylar önce
@Sharon Dismuke Back at ya Sharon. Yes, I think many of us know intuitively, that something big worldwide is about to breakout. There are regrettably, too many precipitating stressors,e.g.Ukraine/Russia,China,polarized domestic politics,inflation/deficit spending,etc There has never been a better time to prepare for hard times. Never a better time for 5 acres and independence. Stay safe.
Aerial Rescue Solutions
Aerial Rescue Solutions 6 aylar önce
@J Coats Excellent point, thank you, Jamie.
Sharon Dismuke
Sharon Dismuke 6 aylar önce
@Phil Leo Thank you and take care of yourself. Think this year is going to be some trying times. I do the best I'm able to achieve. Stay safe ad enjoy yourself also!
christsciple 6 aylar önce
Great video! I'm from Montana and love the 90's Fords. I have a fleet of different trucks that includes an 88 F-150 and a 97 F-350 turbo diesel. Both still run great despite my best efforts of beating them up. I still get folks wanting to buy the 97. Folks offering nearly full price what I paid for it brand new back in 97. It just astounds me but I'm not ready to let it go yet because I still use it for a lot of hauling and prefer trucks that are more mechanical/less electronics-based. Makes it easier to work on them. You remind me of something like a mix between Al from Home Improvement and Bob Villa. Great stuff!
Jennifer W
Jennifer W 6 aylar önce
Great job Dave. I love my 2003 Suburban. She's been wonderful but I do take care of her, done some work myself and transfer case the mechanic replaced.
Jessica Buckman
Jessica Buckman Gün önce
It's a wonderful video that Dave has produced, well done Dave! You've Radicalized us today!
Hippy Hebrew Homestead
Hippy Hebrew Homestead 6 aylar önce
Great video. Even as a mechanic, it’s always good to get back to the basics and remind yourself of the simple checks.
mkeyx82 6 aylar önce
When I was buying my car I didn't even imagine to check for 99% of stuff you mentioned. Thanks Dave!
Marc Swanson
Marc Swanson 6 aylar önce
Six years ago I purchased a 93 Ranger XL. Although it had a few issues, most have since been dealt with and I'm very happy with the purchase. The plastic headlights in older Fords are subject to leakage, fogging, and discoloration and should be replaced. The good news is they aren't expensive. The bad news is the new replacements are just as prone to moisture and discoloration problems and a downright nightmare to install and align. It makes one long for the era of "five minutes and you're done" sealed glass headlights from yesteryear. My first replacements actually resembled partly filled aquariums after going through a rainy spring. I discovered that the problem can be traced to real shoddy gluing of the two segments. Don't gamble. I suggest applying J-B Weld all the way around the outside of the seam and allowing it to dry before installing. There are also special sprays and wipes that only need to be applied only once a year to keep the plastic lens clear.
Samuel Mennear
Samuel Mennear 5 aylar önce
You’ve got 3/4M subscribers and still so practical and not showy, love it! So admirable
The Authentic Christianity
The Authentic Christianity 6 aylar önce
The best video I've seen in a while. This is the old-school way my grandpa taught me on how to buy a truck. Good job Dave! and Thanks!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
gottafly30 5 aylar önce
Dave your channel is so awesome! Great content and your approach to teaching viewers is fantastic.
Tyler 5 aylar önce
Dude this is a great before you buy inspection list. I work on my own vehicles and have seen plenty of videos like this that doesn't go through half what you did.
Erin Tobler
Erin Tobler 6 aylar önce
So much wisdom here! Given the crazy prices for new pickups, this video is worth more than it's weight in gold!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Glad you think so!
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Feral Cat Sanctuary a Trap, Neuter, Return Colony 6 aylar önce
I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about in most of this video! As a 78-year-old female, I missed out on that education. But, I am about to go out on the road by myself for the rest of my life (whatever is left of it) and so I do know I have got to learn something about how a truck runs. Your videos are always so easy to watch and so informative. Thanks for this video. So nice to see you again, I have missed your videos.
Sara MacKinara
Sara MacKinara 6 aylar önce
This was such a great video Dave! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us again :)
Jason Michael
Jason Michael Aylar önce
Hey Dave, found your channel not too long ago. Big fan of what you’re doing, I like your videos cause they help me learn the simple need to know things about off grid/self sustaining smart living. Keep up the good work man!
AL M 4 aylar önce
Good review. I bought a 97 F250 on an on line auction. Had 4 good tires, new alternator water pump and belt and a new battery. The AC works. 351 v8 auto 2 wheel drive. Sight unseen I paid $400 for it with 187000km on it (116000miles.) I've driven it for 5 years hauling a 500 gallon water tank. Only rust is on wheel wells. no rust on frame. Has a bad valve but gets the job done. The guy who brought it in to the auction just wanted rid of it, he never even washed it.
K C 6 aylar önce
Wow - complete evaluation and definitely some words to consider when we look at used cars. Thanks for the thorough review.!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
you bet
Canadian 🇨🇦 Guy
Canadian 🇨🇦 Guy 5 aylar önce
Funny thing is I’m going to look at a four-wheel-drive truck tomorrow my neighbour is selling so thanks a lot this came up just at the perfect time- I need to understand what the difference between four-wheel-drive and four low is though 🚜
Brutalwoodtick 6 aylar önce
All great information,very thorough inspection. Pretty much the same things I look for. I'm certain alot of subscribers will find this extremely useful.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
I hope so
Gavan Lee
Gavan Lee 5 aylar önce
@19:10 is probably the most valuable point of this video. It's astounding how much debt people rack up on a new vehicle. I've never regretted buying a used vehicle. It's an awesome feeling knowing you own your vehicle and not the bank! Thanks for the video Dave!
Lindsay Little
Lindsay Little 6 aylar önce
Great video, Dave. I have been looking at used Montana trucks (lesser salt) than here in MN. Pretty slim pickings so far. Great advice on checking the frame and springs. Salt is a killer for metal for sure. I would say you got a good deal for sure. Is that a 300? If it is they are bullet proof. Greeting from the Arrowhead.
ScarletKnightmare 6 aylar önce
IMHO the 300 is the best motor Ford ever made, and one of the best motors ever made, period. This coming from a Chevy guy. Legend status engine
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
yup its a 6th or 7th one
Wildlife Grocery
Wildlife Grocery 6 aylar önce
Excellent video! Great, well explained walk around that most people should easily understand, and be able to duplicate. I’ve been mechanically inclined my whole life, so no issues here…but I wanted to see exactly the way Dave demonstrated how to accomplish it. Awesome job sir!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
andygrose 6 aylar önce
Excellent video, Dave. Thank you. How about an update after you fix all the things that need fixing? After the $1900 you spent to buy the truck, how much more will you spend to fix it up?
ncd7184 6 aylar önce
That I'm also curious on
Martha Bradas
Martha Bradas 6 aylar önce
Thanks for the explanations , new trucks today are extremely expensive. And the thing about a a new vehicle, it can have problems too. So taking a good look around at used vehicles is a smart move! Thanks again Dave for imparting your experiences and knowledge.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Rob Brock
Rob Brock 6 aylar önce
Great video. Your method and pace of explaining the topic was spot on. Presented like a pro. I’m 60 and wish I had something like this when I was 20. I would have saved some money. Thanks!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
Dan Trutron
Dan Trutron 6 aylar önce
Strong overview. I always check on whether the model has a timing chain or belt and question the owner about replacement and any receipt handy on that. I ask about brake work, head gasket replacement as well. And I always smell the oil (well, almost always ! ). Thanks, you gave me a couple more ideas, appreciate that !
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Good tips! The 300 inline six has gear to gear chain OR belt
Jimmy Hammond
Jimmy Hammond 3 aylar önce
Thanks for helping a dad be able to explain to his son what to look for when buying an older truck.
Lori Pretti
Lori Pretti 3 aylar önce
Thank you so much for sharing all of this great information with us!!! That was a lot of good information to know when purchasing an older or any vehicle!!! God bless!!!
Mr Matthew's Music
Mr Matthew's Music 5 aylar önce
Thanks Dave. I am a simple Dad looking to find practical solutions without the modern pricing.
Necrosis3 6 aylar önce
I love watching these videos about old trucks. I'm from the Maritimes in Canada, There is virtually nothing over 20 years old out here because the body, frame, and wires are completely destroyed from the salt brine on the road and the salty sea air. Always cool to see things that you can't get, I wish vehicles that old could be in that good a shape out here.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
I get it
Kevin Knight
Kevin Knight 6 aylar önce
Great evaluation of that truck, thanx Dave. I had a 1985 Toyota PU and the frame broke in half. Bought steel, made a new frame, welded it together, then drove the truck another 10 years. When I traded it in on a new 2011 Tacoma, they gave me 2000. dollars trade in value. That amount was twice the amount it took to repair the frame. The guy at the metal shop said I could not do a frame. I stopped by one day after the repair and said hello to him. He could not believe his eyes.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Right on!!!
Cruise Control
Cruise Control 4 aylar önce
This is a great video and it needs a follow-up. With the average price of a new vehicle over 40K and pickups trading for even more buying an older truck is a good bet. Would like to see what you replace and how much it cost. Did you use a rust convertor on the frame etc. Look forward to the follow-up!
RYAN E. 4 aylar önce
WOW that is a rust bucket! Glad I live out in the desert... you'd never see that. Even my '96 only has very superficial rust. You've been an inspiration Dave, thank you!
Grey Beard
Grey Beard 6 aylar önce
Some really useful tips 👍👍 I would also look under the front floor mats as well, coz that's where the antifreeze goes if the heater is leaking
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Right on
Ricardo Santos
Ricardo Santos 6 aylar önce
This is the best walk around video on TRpost... If anyone follow these steps, they will get a good deal or walk away from a bad one. Thanks Dave, your content is awesome!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Kelvin 5 aylar önce
I love watching these type of videos with other rusty trucks. Makes me feel a bit better about mine lol
Dillon 6 aylar önce
I appreciate the way you break things down, thanks for the tips Dave.
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Anthony Rubino
Anthony Rubino 6 aylar önce
I Live in the North Star Borough and have been watching your channel for long before I even dreamed of coming up to Alaska and this video is great to see. This is an issue I've been facing since I've made the jump up here, going on nearly 2 years. Quite a necessity up here and the prices reflect that! Thanks for the info!
Anthony Rubino
Anthony Rubino 5 aylar önce
@Bushradical Not sure if you'll see this, but update for you: finally found my north star borough 4x4! Woo! Rewatching your video to check out the vehicle one last time before exchanging money. Thank you!!! No more walking in the snow and a lot more hunting!
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
I have a cabin up north of FBX so I know the area well. If you are willing to turn wrenches I know folks who get good deals out of the equipment auction on Van Horn. Take south Cushman to van horn and turn right ....then it's down van horn on the right.
Tareasea Sigford
Tareasea Sigford 6 aylar önce
Thanks Dave excellent info!!! I like how you break things down and make a intimidating process not so overwhelming!!!
Jim aka Woodenarrows
Jim aka Woodenarrows 6 aylar önce
Great video Dave. Very well covered and the reminder at the end to take a list is well said...
James Potter
James Potter 6 aylar önce
Hi Dave, I took my grandson 2hours from where we live to look at the perfect old truck. the guys add said runs good, clear title, etc. Well we looked it over found the truck was maybe not as good as the the add stated, but we could still fix it. The kick in the pants was the "clear title", it was clear gone. He said all we had to do was to go to tile office and pick one up. Needless to say we drove home without it. I don't know how the state of MI does it, but that is a big no for me....
Bushradical 6 aylar önce
Mason Warnke
Mason Warnke 5 aylar önce
I really enjoy your videos. It's my dream to be off grid. How ever I am in a group home right now due to some addiction issues. I've been sober for 21 months and have found my calling. U have kept my faith and hope up. Thank u Dave!
Bushradical 5 aylar önce
Stay the course brother.
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