What can be the price for a used radiator, water pump, and a differential, for a 1995 f150 xl 2wd automatic v8. And is it better to buy new or used

Asked by Jan 15, 2015 at 07:44 PM about the 1995 Ford F-150 XLT Stepside SB

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Water pump I would buy new, the other parts, you can get away with used. Have the radiator pressure tested first before installing. As far as price, depends on where and what you buy and condition. Call a couple salvage yards in your area.

5,635

If the car was not in a wreck, remember, you have used equipment now. You may find it is less expensive to have your radiator rodded out that buying a new one. As for the differential, there you could get by with a used one. Just be sure to check it out good and watch the ratio or your spedo will not be accurate.

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