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Going to buy a 95f150 4x4 for a play truck...BUT REAR SEAL IS LEAKING is it worth $1500?

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I would say yes!!! Besides having to keep an eye on the oil level, and an oil leak on the ground, it sounds like an overall good deal.

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If the engine,transmission and transfer case(if equipped) are good,then by all means yes yes yes!!! rear seals are relatively cheap and easier to remove and install than people think. I get 200 for replacing them,and even if doing them at home can do about 10 a day. these are great trucks and a breeze to upkeep.

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