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Old 07-07-2011, 12:45 PM
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Give Dodge Some Credit

I just got back from a camping trip to Vernal Utah. It's oil country in our State with alot of oil workers. What I was surprised to see is how many Dodge trucks there are. I'm guessing that the Dodges outnumbered the Fords 2:1. There were very few Chevy's.

I'm a Ford guy but give Dodge some credit. As much a people love to bash the Rams, they must be doing something right to have so many trucks in the oil fields of Utah.

I'm giving Dodge some kudo's but they still owe all of us $14 billion dollars.
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:20 PM
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probably just because they're cheaper....
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we were at the book cliffs last year and all i saw were dodges all over the place. im thinking to myself wtf they trust those things clear back here in the middle of nowhere and then got to thinkin, all the really big trucks that go back there are all inline 6 engines and a good majority are cummins, i think the reason there is so many on our oil fields is because thats what they know how to work on and thats the kind of stuff they have parts laying around for.
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Generally people buy a Cummins not a Dodge...i did until the truck became more trouble then it was worth.

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Generally people buy a Cummins not a Dodge...i did until the truck became more trouble then it was worth.

Jason
I agree 100%
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