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Old 11-28-2005, 09:47 AM
Ak_Red Ak_Red is offline
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Originally posted by fabsroman
Good thing for me, I'm not poor, or at least I wasn't until I got married.
If you think you got poor when you married, don't ever get divorced! LOL.

My every day hauling includes three boys and two dogs. That alone demands a full size truck. Heck the extended cab I have now is too small, want to get the 6 pack.

I don't know if I will get the GMC with the Duramax or the Ford with the 6 liter diesel. I have driven both and been impressed all around.

I have however, with the exception of a 77 Bronco I dearly miss, always been a GM owner. Being one of those odd balls who believe in brand loyalty, I will most likely go with the GMC.

I did have an 85 suburban with a 6.2L diesel for a while. It was lifted 4 inches with 35" tires and I would take that thing down trails most would not take four wheelers. And it got 20 MPG too. I miss that thing.

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Old 07-13-2006, 11:43 PM
shooterjon shooterjon is offline
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Well I've decided on A Yamah Rhino 660.the dodge Ram 2500 4x4 is just to cumbersome for the back country here in Idaho,OR at least thats what I told the wife.I am headed to Utah Tomorrow to look at the Rhino and if it seems to be what I'm looking for it will be mine,If not I will pursue a Toyota Tacoma?
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Old 12-14-2006, 07:05 AM
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Jabba Jabba is offline
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Hey Fabs... I am ready to part with a REAL nice 2005 Excursion with just over 18K miles.

The wife thinks it'll be too hard to load the new baby in and out of for her.

"It's so tall!!".

If you have ANY interest, let me know and we'll deal.

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