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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Private Party Value on Deleted Truck

Looking for some insight on what the general consensus is on value of a deleted truck’s private party value vs. stock book value.
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I would get the local dealer to quote you a price on putting everything back to factory stock condition. That is the amount I would deduct, if not more, from the KBB price.

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Everybody wants to delete one.

Nobody wants one someone else deleted.
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I don't have a problem with a properly installed delete.....in fact it would be preferred given the debacle surrounding late model diesel emissions. The power up is the problem IMO. Pushing an engine 150 hp over its OEM design output is a huge reliability risk.
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For those of you who live in "vehicle inspection" areas, what can you tell us about "deleted" vehicles.

2013 3500 long bed crew cab. Purchased at approx. 70,000; now have 81,000, convert to CP3. Otherwise bone stock except for air-shocks in rear, together with one leaf removed from spring pack for softer ride. Well....went over a bumpy road the other day & the bone fell off....
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I've never had an issue selling or trading modded diesels. Most dealers will take them. I've never had one say they would give me more if it was stock. Setting them back to stock hasnt gone well for me. Always have issues
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For those of you who live in "vehicle inspection" areas, what can you tell us about "deleted" vehicles.
I can tell ya that the state patrol here is becoming more and more educated on how to spot a deleted truck but unless you are rolling coal or have stupidly loud exhaust, they tend to leave you alone. Emissions test is every 2 years for the Denver metro area diesels over a certain age (5 years I think?) at the place I go that does the E-Test (independent repair facility, certified by the state to do the dyno e testing) they know their stuff. They hook up to the OBD system and they do a very very through visual inspection too. Heard talk about how they failed a truck that had an EGR delete/bypass and another guy who gutted out his cat but left the thing on there in hopes of passing the inspection from a visual standpoint.

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I can tell ya that the state patrol here is becoming more and more educated on how to spot a deleted truck but unless you are rolling coal or have stupidly loud exhaust, they tend to leave you alone. Emissions test is every 2 years for the Denver metro area diesels over a certain age (5 years I think?) at the place I go that does the E-Test (independent repair facility, certified by the state to do the dyno e testing) they know their stuff. They hook up to the OBD system and they do a very very through visual inspection too. Heard talk about how they failed a truck that had an EGR delete/bypass and another guy who gutted out his cat but left the thing on there in hopes of passing the inspection from a visual standpoint.
............thanks for he info. Could you be more specific as to the consequences? What happens when a “deleted” Duramax fails these tests?

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