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New Truck!!!

Thats right, I bought a new Ram 1500 Big Horn Quadcab with the 390hp/407tq HEMI!!! Wayyyy better then my 2005 Ford F150. The new underpowered f150's didn't even compare to the ram 1500's. I let my cousin (A hardcore Ford Fan) test drive it and he's going to look at one this weekend! Pics soon to come!!
 
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Now that you have a dudge you go to one their forums.

Buh-bye.
 
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Give it two years to rust and blow a trans and he'll be back.
 
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Originally Posted by bluescab05 View Post
Thats right, I bought a new Ram 1500 Big Horn Quadcab with the 390hp/407tq HEMI!!! Wayyyy better then my 2005 Ford F150. The new underpowered f150's didn't even compare to the ram 1500's. I let my cousin (A hardcore Ford Fan) test drive it and he's going to look at one this weekend! Pics soon to come!!
You want a cookie
 
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My condolences.
 
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Give it two years to rust and blow a trans and he'll be back.
Well if thats true, thank god for the 3 year 36,000 mile bumper to bumper and 5 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranties Is ford offering that kind of powertrain warranty?? I don't think so
 

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Well if thats true, thank god for the 3 year 36,000 mile bumber to bumber and 5 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranties Is ford offering that kind of powertrain warranty?? I don't think so
Does Ford need to? I don't think so.
 
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Well if thats true, thank god for the 3 year 36,000 mile bumber to bumber and 5 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranties Is ford offering that kind of powertrain warranty?? I don't think so
You can't even spell bumper correctly. Are we to take you seriously?
 
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Aren't you the same guy bragging about stiffing someone on medical bills not to long ago? Have fun with your Dodge, now go play some where else. Buh by now.....
 
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Ehhh let him drive around in his Dead Or Dying Garbage Emmiter for a few years and he'll be back...........The only reason mopar gives the 100k drivetrain warranties is cause they know they built crap. They have a reputation for building crap. The biggest thing Dodge is known for is blowing up transmissions.
 
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i know 8 people with dodge that range from a 03 to a 08. 5 of the 8 people has had tranny failure within the first 40,000 miles (two of them doesnt even have a trailer hitch, so no pulling) The other two and the rear diffs explode on them. The only one that hasnt had a problem is the 05 and it only has 28,000 miles. Good luck and i wouldnt be ditching the f150 to much as its a much more better truck than a dodge is.
 
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Originally Posted by azreael344 View Post
Dead Or Dying Garbage Emmiter .
Drink Oil Drink Gas Everyday
 
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D.amn Overhauls Do Get Expensive.
There is a truck round here thats no older than an 07 and it is so far rusted out I don't know how it passes inspection.
And it has no signs of ever being beat or hauling or any of that.
Hell my friends 01 ram has more problems and twice the rust my 90 does.
 

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Well if thats true, thank god for the 3 year 36,000 mile bumber to bumber and 5 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranties Is ford offering that kind of powertrain warranty?? I don't think so
Thats what i have on my 2010.? hmmm. must of got lucky on my purchase.
the last dealership I bought from offered a 7 year 100000 miles warranty on there dime.....never used it though. which was a good thing. good luck with your new truck. I like the looks of the exteriors , but im not a fan of how they did the rear suspension they all look like 2wd's and everyone ive seen towing anything or with something in the bed it looked like they were going to flip over. to each there own, its what makes the world go round.

didnt dodge and chrysler used to offer a lifetime powertrain?
 

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