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Old 05-07-2008, 02:57 PM
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ford is the best

I want to say what I think about ford and is the best dam thing ever and I know that some of you do not agree with me but some do and having a old truck and buying my son a new one and having 6 of them for my work I donít ever want to try anything else but why is ford the best to me well it does not matter if it is a gas motor or diesel motor [ like the diesel motor the best ] but having the same truck for 18 years and it not having much problems with it and all those long trip that i take with my family in the truck it grows on you there is only one other truck that I would drive and that is a Peterbuilt but there is only one way for me to go and the is ford
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Old 05-07-2008, 02:59 PM
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Punctuation anyone? Good post but it would be a lot easier to read with a period every now and then.
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Old 05-07-2008, 03:05 PM
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sorry about that sometimes my computer has a had time with that .
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Old 05-07-2008, 03:07 PM
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sorry about that sometimes my computer has a had time with that .
If you smash the keyboard hard enough it should work
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Old 05-07-2008, 04:02 PM
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Darn skippy.
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AGREED. Cept I came from the other side of the fence. Had all the problems, mishaps, and frustration with GM's wonderful engineering, and watching Chryslers falling apart. I finally saw the light. With an RV my family had at first, then this rig. Oh boy everytime i pop the hood or crawl under I am impressed. And when I critique and analyze everything (in my personality) like i do with everything, I'm like this UNLIKE when I had experiences with the other sorry guys. All my buddies don't agree but who cares?! I love my ford, !
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^^^^ notice the puncuation , my lil ring finger could pull it off all by itself lol!
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I've had more problems with Ford's than with any other vehicle I've ever owned. I still own a couple and I dearly miss my Superduty, but I feel much more secure on long trips driving a Cummins. In 40,000 miles my '02 was in the shop more times than I can count for stupid little problems, although I must say my dealer was really good to work with. When I finally traded it in, I just couldn't bring myself to buy a 6.0. Only 20,000 miles on the Dodge, but not one single problem.
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Punctuation anyone? Good post but it would be a lot easier to read with a period every now and then.
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