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Old 03-01-2012, 11:55 AM
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Dodge Pulls Freightliner Out of Ditch

Cummins pulls Freightliner out ditch - YouTube
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I'm willing to bet he didn't flip up those mirrors just to pull that guy out...
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:09 PM
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I'm willing to bet he didn't flip up those mirrors just to pull that guy out...
Why do Dodge guys who pop up their mirrors get under you Ford guys skin? I personally leave mine down unless I'm towing.

By the way, I like the new Ford trucks and new engine. Good to see Ford got their act together after the 6.0 and 6.4 nightmares. I lived the 6.4 nightmare. I can tell you that the Dodge Cummins is a completely different type of truck and tower.

Enjoy your trucks!
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It's a hypocritical jealousy thing I think. Most of the guys here (especially my fellow OBS crew) hate on the Dodge mirrors every chance they get...but then spend hours and hours trying to figure out how to mount the same Dodge mirrors onto their Fords. I guarantee you that if Ford came out with the same style mirror you would see Fords EVERYWHERE with their mirrors flipped up.

...let the hatefest begin

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So what's the big deal about that? Any truck with decent tires and more than 500 ft pounds of tq could have done that.

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Why do Dodge guys who pop up their mirrors get under you Ford guys skin? I personally leave mine down unless I'm towing.

By the way, I like the new Ford trucks and new engine. Good to see Ford got their act together after the 6.0 and 6.4 nightmares. I lived the 6.4 nightmare. I can tell you that the Dodge Cummins is a completely different type of truck and tower.

Enjoy your trucks!
I wouldn't say they "get under my skin", but they do look dumb sticking way out there for no reason. If you are using them yes, flip them up, but not just to drive around. Same with the ford guys, I've seen a few that leave their mirrors extended out. Looks dumb.
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Bet he'd feel pretty insignificant if he knew that a Subaru STI can do the same thing.

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Old 03-01-2012, 03:42 PM
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Pretty damn funny retorts guys. Thanks for having a laugh or two with this. This was all done in fun with no disrespect. Keep those Ford monsters rolling.
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We don't mind if it's a Chevy, Dodge, or Ford. I don't at least. I just don't like dumb ppl.
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(I'm not saying anyone on here is dumb)
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