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Re: Hey, any truck advice for a fellow MM guy?

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01-07-2014 10:22:30

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Thanks for all the input gentlemen. I just returned from truck shopping and feel like I need a drink! The f250 and f350 trucks have almost DOUBLED in price since my last purchase in 2004. I think I am set on the ford 6.7 or Chevy duramax. The ford has great factory rebates and incentives right now, and the fuel economy will be hard to beat. I have owned a few dodge trucks in the past and I think they are a good American vehicle- but the inside of the cabs are set up like my wife's minivan. It also seemed a little thirsty on the test drive and the turning radius was not too impressive. The Chevy seemed to have the best acceleration and turning radius. It was also -10 degrees when I started these trucks cold for test drives. The Chevy was by far the quickest to warm up and started quickly. The dodge and the ford seemed a little cold blooded in comparison. I appreciate all the input. I wanted some feedback from hard working fellows that work the hell out of their trucks! Thanks again! And anyone who is running an older diesel should treat themselves to a test drive in a new one. They have really come a long way in a short time. I was impressed.

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01-07-2014 13:47:21

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 Re: Hey, any truck advice for a fellow MM guy? in reply to Digsandfarms, 01-07-2014 10:22:30  
i think dodge messed up when they changed from the 5.9. i have a 05 3500 dodge and love it. 21mpg on the interstate at 75 miles per hour. i also have a 95 cummins that gets 22 driving around in the country. i love my dodges.

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