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    I drove a Chevy my whole life & still prefer them in a gas engine. When it comes to a diesel I prefer the cummings. With that being said, I have a 2011 Chevy 1/2 ton 4X4, 1980 Ford 3/4 ton diesel 4X4 & a 2012 Dodge 1 ton diesel 4X4. When I go out west, I take my Dodge. I'm always pulling one of my trailers. Either loaded with 4-wheelers & side by sides on my 24' gn flatbed. Or mules in my 33' 4-horse slant.
    "Only two people have died for You and I, The American Soldier died for Our Freedom & Jesus Christ Died for Our Souls!" I thank GOD for them! GOD BLESS AMERICA!



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    Anything with a 7.3 litre powerstroke. Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Toyota, dont have them.

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    89 gmc 2500. don't have to worry bout giving him a booboo or getting him scratched up. last 2 "hunting" trucks were 89's. best thing about the old boys is I don't need a damn computer to fix any probs I may have in the field, just pop hood and climb right in. another bonus is CHEAP awesome hunting rig. those big diesels are so overrated unless your constantly pulling heavy loads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    Anything with a 7.3 litre powerstroke. Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Toyota, dont have them.
    TOO BAD WE CAN'T GET ONE IN A NEW FORD! My 1999 has over 250,000 on it and has never been apart, same with the automatic tranny. Awesome truck, engine 7 tranny combination.
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    A low mirage 7.3 is really tough to find. Took me two years to find mine. I probably paid to much for it but it only had 118000 miles on it. Lucky I found it.

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    2012 F150 super crew 3.5 liter ecoboost I've had it 2 years not one problem my previous truck was A 2004 F150 super crew with the 5.4 that was also a good truck.

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    1995 gmc heavy 1500 holds 81 gallons of fuel set up for hunting northern washoe and heading to the rubies for a couple weeks at a time.

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    I have a 2003 chevy silverado. Had to replace transmission at 130,000. Also had to replace both front wheel bearings, blend door acquator, both the purge and vent solenoids, and fuel pump. Seems like an awful lot of repairs for a truck with only 150,000. I'm ready for something new but have to get the wife's minivan paid off first.

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    Drive a 97 F150 lariat that I bought in 02' with 28,000 miles on it. Paid cash, and it's been my only vehicle the whole time with only a few expected repairs. It's never left me stranded. Now it's got 140,000 miles (I only average 9k per year) and the body is starting to rust along the bottom and wheel wells. Looking at getting a 2011 dodge crewcab with the 5.7 hemi and about 100,000 miles on it. Never owned a dodge, and wondered if you guys had any opinions on it. Especially how many miles it will be good for.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Toyota Tacoma is what I drive before that jeep wrangler .

 

 

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