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Old 08-17-2010, 08:06 PM
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2011 Duramax beats 2011 Powerstroke

I see after extensive testing by PickupTrucks.com, the Duramax beat the powerstroke in almost all categories. After all the hype of the 2011 Ford they still can't beat the Duramax/Alisson. As soon as they change the body style i'm going to get the GM HD. It really made the Ford eat crow this year. Even the 4 year old Cummins with lower power ratings tied the new 2011 Ford in 1/4 mile tests and beat the Ford in ride,handling and braking. First time Ford did not take first in Interio design and comfort, the new Ram tied with ford for interior fit and finish and comfort. Boy the Ram has sure come a long way, they used to ride and handle the worst.
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Enjoy your new Government Motors Truck and that big fast Duramax/Alisson truck. Make sure the dealer gives you a new puppy when you get your new truck so you will not have to walk home alone.
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Old 08-17-2010, 09:11 PM
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I see after extensive testing by PickupTrucks.com, the Duramax beat the powerstroke in almost all categories. After all the hype of the 2011 Ford they still can't beat the Duramax/Alisson. As soon as they change the body style i'm going to get the GM HD. It really made the Ford eat crow this year. Even the 4 year old Cummins with lower power ratings tied the new 2011 Ford in 1/4 mile tests and beat the Ford in ride,handling and braking. First time Ford did not take first in Interio design and comfort, the new Ram tied with ford for interior fit and finish and comfort. Boy the Ram has sure come a long way, they used to ride and handle the worst.
what diesel owner gives a sh1t about what pickuptrucks.com's epic conclusions in comparing stock trucks? since we all mod our trucks. . .dmax has been the easiest truck to hit 600 horse since they came out, cummins has been easiest to 1000 (soley because you dont have to tear down internals), the 6.7 ford might actually find its nitch makin easy power, with the strength to hold BIG power. which, if it does, will piss off a lotta cummins/dmax owners. especially you so it seems.

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Old 08-17-2010, 09:31 PM
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I see after extensive testing by PickupTrucks.com, the Duramax beat the powerstroke in almost all categories. After all the hype of the 2011 Ford they still can't beat the Duramax/Alisson. As soon as they change the body style i'm going to get the GM HD. It really made the Ford eat crow this year. Even the 4 year old Cummins with lower power ratings tied the new 2011 Ford in 1/4 mile tests and beat the Ford in ride,handling and braking. First time Ford did not take first in Interio design and comfort, the new Ram tied with ford for interior fit and finish and comfort. Boy the Ram has sure come a long way, they used to ride and handle the worst.
Who gives a rats a55, that's not going to make me go out and buy one of those pieces of Duracrap.
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Old 08-17-2010, 09:51 PM
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I guess you'll still be saying the same thing when the clutches in your Allison burn out from you hopping up your truck.

Maybe a 6.7 will come give ya a tow
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Old 08-17-2010, 10:12 PM
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They didn't get the updated 400 hp,800 tq 6.7 for the test !! So...we would have kick the Durapad and slam the Ram to the curb Plus the Durapad int is too cheap looking for me and I have nothing good to say about the Goat(I ment Ram)
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Old 08-17-2010, 10:29 PM
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F350 6.7 is almost 3 mph faster in a 16% hill climb(12000 lbs) towing test than a Durasmack and we won't even talk about the Ram

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Fool

Guys, don't even respond to this fool. If he wants to buy a Duramaxipad let him, at least he won't wal-mart to death a
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Wow....Ever get "your" new Super Duty started Whitenite? Another idiot troll.
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