That howl in the rear end will only get worse. Fords are notorious for that noise. The rear end will fail sooner or later...and probably sooner than later. As for price...It all depends on options. If it is a 2wd extended cab, It is probably not a great bargain. Best of luck!anmut said:My father inlaw is looking at a 2004 Crewcab F150 Lariot Edition. Yeah yeah - it's not a Titan but those used up here are FEW AND FAR BETWEEN.
Anyway, I'd like to ask you guys what questions you may ask on an F150 of that year? It has 48k miles and a 'howl' in the rear pumpkin. He wants 15,500 for it. I'm thinking that it's a pretty good deal...