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I have the Blue Book for trucks. As far as I know they do not have a web based system. We only use the Blue Book as a guide. Most people do not know how to to use it properly so we don't use it for evaluations. The best method of evaluating has proved to be Truck Trader, Truck Paper, TNT and other truck publications that have trucks for sale.

The one thing that the Blue Book does offer is a cross reference section that will allow cross reference for engines, transmissions and rears. The components are listed in sections with other manufacturers offerings allowing comparisons between manufactures.

Doug

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Hey thanks guys for the input. I am looking to buy a new truck. And am trying to decide what to get. I really don't think I want anyting real new. I am looking in the 2003 range. I would be heavy hauling and pulling a flatbed. Any input would be great.

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