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Old 07-10-2012, 09:02 AM
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Selling truck....

Well I'm taking the plunge. I'm selling the truck. Gonna buy a 09 lmm duramax. The 6.0 gave me some headaches but also put a lot of smiles on my face. Thanks to all the help I got over the Years from the forum !


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Old 07-10-2012, 11:37 AM
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OK, good luck with that.
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At least get a Ram cummins. That way when the body and suspension falls apart, u could salvage the drive train, he he he
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At least get a Ram cummins. That way when the body and suspension falls apart, u could salvage the drive train, he he he
You dumpin' on Isuzu man.
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Good luck with your new truck (meant in a good way). I don't frequent the Duramax forums, but I hope they are just as friendly and informative as the Org.

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good luck with your durapad
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Old 07-10-2012, 03:15 PM
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He'll be back, I rent space to a landscaper at my shop. He just got a 2011 6.7, dam things a rocket. He had/has Duramax's before had lots of problems, engine, trans, brakes had to be towed acouple of times. He's looking to get ride of other two Duramax's.
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Old 07-10-2012, 09:46 PM
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Lol.. I'm back already girlfriend gave me the option of the new truck or spending some serious cash into the 6.0. Needless to say I'm filling a cart out online now haha


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HAHAHA, welcome back

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At least get a Ram cummins. That way when the body and suspension falls apart, u could salvage the drive train, he he he
That was just plain funny
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Lol.. I'm back already girlfriend gave me the option of the new truck or spending some serious cash into the 6.0. Needless to say I'm filling a cart out online now haha


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Good 2 hear. Now try to find a shop that knows what it's doing.
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