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Old 05-01-2013, 02:41 PM
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My bran new 2012!

Traded in my 2011 Ram 2500 5.7 hemi and purchased a 2012 F250 Lariat 6.7 last week. This is my first Diesel, which is exciting. After owning nothing but ford trucks, I realized what I've been missing while I drove than Ram. Love this new truck!

Up next: Arma spray in liner tomorrow, Bakflip F1, husky liners, stempede deflector (looks great without, but wanting to protect the hood edges from chips), and rear Wet Okole (real tree max4) seat cover on order


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Congrats! Way to go back to your roots! ENJOY!
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:18 PM
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WOW you traded a 2011 on a 2012.....thats a dealers wet dream! Congrats!
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WOW you traded a 2011 on a 2012.....thats a dealers wet dream! Congrats!
LOL... Yes, it was a good trade in. Good thing I get employee pricing on Ford, Ram, and GM thru my employer. Buying at a negotiated price under invoice makes it nice when it comes to trading them in down the road. Plus the current rebates on the 2012 made it a good time to purchase.

Don't get me wrong, the Ram 2500 was a nice truck. But, hauling the snowmachine trailers all winter made me quickly realize I wanted a Diesel. AND ii was a reminder how much I loved my past fords!

Great to be back on the other side of the fence with a 6.7!
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Congrats on the new ride!

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LOL... Yes, it was a good trade in. Good thing I get employee pricing on Ford, Ram, and GM thru my employer. Buying at a negotiated price under invoice makes it nice when it comes to trading them in down the road. Plus the current rebates on the 2012 made it a good time to purchase.

Don't get me wrong, the Ram 2500 was a nice truck. But, hauling the snowmachine trailers all winter made me quickly realize I wanted a Diesel. AND ii was a reminder how much I loved my past fords!

Great to be back on the other side of the fence with a 6.7!
Who do you work for? I don't care b/c I'm not looking for a new truck...just curious what company is big enough for this kind of pricing through all three of the truck companies...USAA?
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In Nevada where I live. I know several guys that are mechanics for Cashmen /Catepiller dealer and they all get better pricing on any ford Dodge or Gm as well. I think they told me its even a better deal then fleet pricing

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Who do you work for? I don't care b/c I'm not looking for a new truck...just curious what company is big enough for this kind of pricing through all three of the truck companies...USAA?
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:24 PM
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Congrats! I drive a 2012 hemi Ram that I use for work and I can't wait until I mile it out and hopefully get a new Ford. I'm half way to 110k mi, where I can order a new one.
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congradulations on a nice truck!!
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