2001 Ford F350 7.3 Project - FULL BUILD - Start to Finish

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  • Published on:  Saturday, November 3, 2018
  • Finally finished the F350 build, it was a 10 part series. So it was time to put it all into one FULL BUILD video for those who dont care about the series episodes haha. Hope you guys enjoy, full cost break down is bellow of everything that i had to pay for and total price. ENJOY!!📺Subscribe and hit the notification bell! ► https://bit.ly/2W4e5BN🧰FixitNicks Tools and Parts1. Amazon Garage ►https://amzn.to/2QlHZdO2. F350 List of Parts used: https://amzn.to/2JQ2MXo3. Silverado List of Parts used: https://amzn.to/30qD7KJ4. My Tool Box: https://amzn.to/2VzhaVQ5. Battery Jumper: https://amzn.to/30wryBq6. BlueDriver OBDII Scanner: https://amzn.to/2WaNlQ47. Milwaukee Brushless 3/8" Ratchet: https://amzn.to/2QanthL🎥Things I use to make Video2. DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2LUtOzr3. Insta360 One X: https://amzn.to/2Yy64T24. Samsung 128GB Micro SD: https://amzn.to/2YwT9AE5. iPhone 8 Plus 256GB: https://amzn.to/2LSvj166. iMovie or LumaFusion for editing (App Store)🔥FixitNick Shirts and Merch ► https://bit.ly/2Vu8v7eFixitNick on Social:Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/fixitnick81Instagram ► http://instagram.com/fixitnickEmail ► COST:2001 F350 7.3 4x4 6 Speed Dually 135,000 MilesF350 Auction bid - $5,700Auction fees - $540Delivery cost - $650•REPAIRS•New wheel - $310New tire - $130F350 Pair of leaf springs - $240F350 RH leaf spring sold - (-$60)eBay Driver dually fender - $450eBay Driver dually fender refund - (-$400)eBay Driver duality Fender sold - (-$120)Another Drive Dually fender - $400Taillight - $20•UPGRADES•Floor mats - $30Tailgate Assist kit - $50 2" level kit - $60 Smoked Clearance Covers - $15Smoked Marker Lights - $20Orange LED Bulbs X8 - $40Red LED Bulbs - $10White LED Bulbs X10 - $153 LED Rear Bar - $10Bed LED kit - $15 (install vid coming soon)RiffRaff Intake kit - $100 (install vid coming soon)TOTAL COST: $8,460


  • Anas saleh  7 months ago

    Anyone else was smiling when the kid started helping him

  • ZerokillerOppel1  9 days ago

    @patrick Paul You probably don't have any? Best keep it that way then.

  • ZerokillerOppel1  9 days ago


  • Andy Ridings  8 months ago

    She’s gorgeous. The fact that it’s a 7.3 manual dually makes it one of the best trucks ever manufactured

  • Ben Arnold  2 months ago

    *sheds single tear* It was the most badass shit I ever seent.

  • C. A. Oliveira  3 months ago

    Too big...

  • Tucker Anderson  5 months ago

    My dad used to have a truck just like that. 2001 f350 dually with a 7.3 automatic, extended cab with the long box and a brushgaurd. We kept it all original except for the brushgaurd and the occasional maintenance. He got It from the cremation society of Minnesota where the owner used It to pull a camper and for a daily. It pulled a lot of cars home on a 27ft hiway star trailer (custom built), I remember going with my dad many times to get cars from customers, we had loading and unloading down to a scie...

  • Legion Sniper  12 days ago

    Wow...that's sad to see your truck is in grave

  • Shawn Cea  2 months ago

    Cool story!

  • Hooha888  6 months ago

    A tip to masking up for painting: Use premium blue painters tape for initial line, and then use cheaper regular masking tape for paper. You'll save a lot of money as the high quality blue painters tape is expensive. ;-)

  • FixItNick  6 months ago

    Yes I know this, the stupid white take I had kept ripping when trying to unwrap it lol

  • Ricky Carter  7 months ago

    Kid has the right idea with the hammer. lol

  • FixItNick  7 months ago

    Haha yup

  • Aaron John  8 months ago

    So many see the finished product yet not realize the time, energy, focus and dedication it took to make the product viable. Really liked following you on the rebuild and seeing the attention to detail and problem solving you applied. Along with seeing you and your son bonding, those moments are priceless and last a life time. Your tool usage was amazing and I especially liked your "steel toed " flip flops!Well done Nic and quite inspiring for any DIY thinking a project would be to much fo...

  • kauan 12 Pereira  5 months ago

    O seu vídeo era muito top E como você ensina consertar carro

  • Oren C  7 months ago

    Amazing work, patience and dedication. Looks like an expert

  • Joseph Smith  8 months ago

    Looks fresh. Most people wouldn’t spend their own time fixing large truck like this. You definitely deserve respect.

  • fordpinto  4 months ago

    obviously your not aware of the value pre emission 7.3 diesels, especially one with a zf6. that old truck is now worth about 8 to 12 grand . a new comparable truck is around 80,000.has terrible reliability, worse fuel mileage, and are extremely expensive to repair and maintain. the ol 7.3 is rated for 500k service life from ford (international), and many get close to a million miles before needing major engine work. your lucky to get 150k out of the new diesels because of the emissions.

  • FixItNick  8 months ago

    Thank you really appreciate it!! Trying to be different on the YouTubes lol

  • Hytham Lion  8 months ago

    You are a great man and very good for your business. I wish you progress and success and your son will be an example of a good father

  • FixItNick  8 months ago

    Thank you really appreciate it :)

  • BIGDOGG. JAYY  8 months ago

    Love the fact u have ur son working with u

  • patrick Paul  1 months ago

    BIGDOGG. JAYY I didn’t

  • FixItNick  8 months ago

    AduptUniform26 thx very much :) I blush lol

  • Mario Ruiz  7 months ago

    Genius!!! Great job... you've got a very promising kid!!! 👍👍👍

  • FixItNick  7 months ago

    Thank you really appreciate it