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Carpet and seat covers would be the easiest to shampoo. Heck, seat covers might be able to be washed in washing machine
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Question- I bought a 6.0 recently that was used as a work vehicle and evidently smoked in. How do I begin to remove all the odors from it?


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Been down the smelly department before, Late 80's worked a Job that turned around 48 footer trailers back to Chicago that hauled trash.

Boss had us spread out about 3 pounds of fresh coffee grounds out on the floor as we gagged from the smell, shut the trailer up for a week, then open it and sweep it out, smell of trash was gone.


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Big bag of baking soda from Costco too
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Well this crap happened on the way to work this morning. Had it happen before but they usually bounce right off without damage
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The mid engine Corvette looks like its shaping up to be a real let down. A huge opportunity botched by GM's lackluster design team

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Man you ever just think you should buy a new truck instead of pouring money into a 12+ year old truck lol. Drooling over the new 19ís at the dealer when I picked up mine. The good news, it stops on a dime. But itís legit a $ pit.


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Well this crap happened on the way to work this morning. Had it happen before but they usually bounce right off without damage
Mine was just a loud pop followed by a rapidly progressing crack from the lower right corner


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Man you ever just think you should buy a new truck instead of pouring money into a 12+ year old truck lol. Drooling over the new 19ís at the dealer when I picked up mine. The good news, it stops on a dime. But itís legit a $ pit.


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No. You think you wont have to put money or headaches into a new one?
You're wrong. ask me how I know. Ask my buddy about his 19 f350 dually being bought back right now.
Depreciation is higher, registration is higher, insurance is higher.
And the maintenance curve is going to level off after about 60k miles, and you'll be doing tires, brakes, bearings, front ends, just as you are now. On top of that $999 payment you'll still be paying until it has 125k miles.


The only justification in reality would be that you just want one and you are ok with it lol.

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No. You think you wont have to put money or headaches into a new one?
You're wrong. ask me how I know. Ask my buddy about his 19 f350 dually being bought back right now.
Depreciation is higher, registration is higher, insurance is higher.
And the maintenance curve is going to level off after about 60k miles, and you'll be doing tires, brakes, bearings, front ends, just as you are now. On top of that $999 payment you'll still be paying until it has 125k miles.


The only justification in reality would be that you just want one and you are ok with it lol.

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I canít afford it ... or I should say , I donít want to afford one. Iím just over fixing the same thing and angry about having to pay a shop to fix stuff cause others broke or ****ed it up. I think this was my last trip to the dealer after today. Iím just tired of people half assing jobs




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