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Old 02-04-2014, 02:26 PM
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Warrantee?

If I read my manual correctly, bumper to bumper warrantee is up at 3 years 36k miles, but on the diesel the motor / drivetrain warrantee goes to 5 years 100k miles. So my question is does it make much sense to get a 6 year b to b extended warranty? My 2011 is just about to turn 3 years old and nows the time for me to either buy or not.

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Old 02-04-2014, 02:37 PM
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What kind of warranty issues have you had so far?
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If I read my manual correctly, bumper to bumper warrantee is up at 3 years 36k miles, but on the diesel the motor / drivetrain warrantee goes to 5 years 100k miles. So my question is does it make much sense to get a 6 year b to b extended warranty? My 2011 is just about to turn 3 years old and nows the time for me to either buy or not.

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Now is the time to delete all the emissions crap on your truck! That's my plan when my warranty is up.
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Old 02-04-2014, 05:16 PM
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Now is the time to delete all the emissions crap on your truck! That's my plan when my warranty is up.
Yeah...

If I was in your situation, I would do that instead of giving out more cash for extended warranty, but I ain't too bright as I'm about to delete with 3k miles...
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Nope, no plans on any major mods. In the republic of ca, it is just easier to play the game there way.

I've had nothing but minor warrantee stuff. It just seemed like for another 3 years of coverage for the $950 for bumper to bumper might be worth it. I'm just about to turn 30k miles so that's not a real issue.
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Old 02-04-2014, 07:29 PM
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Oh California...Yeah I don't blame you for wanting to keep it stock
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Ahhh come on Cali isn't so bad just don't blow smoke and drive like an A-Hole and the CHP will leave ya alone I live by 2 of em and they both drive diesels too they just choose to drive 5.9s and 7.3s so they cant be held responsible for " deleting " haha
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Old 02-04-2014, 08:30 PM
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Ahhh come on Cali isn't so bad just don't blow smoke and drive like an A-Hole and the CHP will leave ya alone I live by 2 of em and they both drive diesels too they just choose to drive 5.9s and 7.3s so they cant be held responsible for " deleting " haha
Haha don't get me wrong, I used to live up in the Sierra Nevada's and still have some family in Paso Robles. California is great, but the government over there is a little worse than the average government.
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Old 02-04-2014, 08:33 PM
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Now is the time to delete all the emissions crap on your truck! That's my plan when my warranty is up.
Find myself out riding around just to put miles on my truck to do so
I would do it now but I know how my luck goes
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Find myself out riding around just to put miles on my truck to do so
I would do it now but I know how my luck goes
That's funny! I found myself doing the same exact thing, except it was when I had planned to get a 6 inch lift and 37 inch tires after my 35 inch tires wore out! I said screw that I'll be a crazy person by the time I reach +30k miles, so I bit the bullet and made the switch. Now I have a whole lot of sh!t to sell!
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