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Old 02-16-2019, 03:41 AM   #61
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As i said i wouldnot ever own a dodge anything. I have owned Fords all my life and have not had any trouble with them. My daughter own a dodge and its a piece of junk. I have friends that are big time dodge owners. Their trucks rust out completly in just a few years. Even before they can pay them off. He has had to replace low mileage tires and he even had to replace his hemi cause his blew up. It was very expensive as were the tires at $249.00 each. Junk nothing but overpriced junk in my opion.
You just sound like an anti Ram fan. Still thinking about Dodges, even 10 years after Ram Truck division split off from Dodge. I see every type of truck rust out here in RI. And tires are all the same on every truck. You pay depending on what tire you want to put on the truck. Also, ever truck manufacturer has engine failures. If this person had to pay, they were 1) Over the 100,000 mile powetrain warranty or 2) modified their engine to void their warranty.

I am by no means loyal to any one truck manufacturer, as I am looking into the Chevy Colorado Diesel to replace the Jeep Diesel and Ford F150 Diesel or Ram 2500 Cummins/F250 Powerstroke to replace the Ram EcoDiesel in the future.
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Old 02-16-2019, 07:02 AM   #62
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You just sound like an anti Ram fan. Still thinking about Dodges, even 10 years after Ram Truck division split off from Dodge. I see every type of truck rust out here in RI. And tires are all the same on every truck. You pay depending on what tire you want to put on the truck. Also, ever truck manufacturer has engine failures. If this person had to pay, they were 1) Over the 100,000 mile powetrain warranty or 2) modified their engine to void their warranty.

I am by no means loyal to any one truck manufacturer, as I am looking into the Chevy Colorado Diesel to replace the Jeep Diesel and Ford F150 Diesel or Ram 2500 Cummins/F250 Powerstroke to replace the Ram EcoDiesel in the future.
X2 exactly. I’ve had Ford and Chevy trucks too and they have all been good.
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Old 02-16-2019, 08:13 AM   #63
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I personnaly would not own a dodge product if i was given one free every year for the rest of my life.
Always one in every crowd that has to bring up Ford. Not even related to OP statement. Later RJD
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Sad Fiat can not make an engine that can be sold. Pretty loyal following with contractors and 1500 trucks up here. Cheaper than Ford or GMC and they beat them to crap and seem to keep going.
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Old 02-16-2019, 09:19 AM   #65
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Sad Fiat can not make an engine that can be sold. Pretty loyal following with contractors and 1500 trucks up here. Cheaper than Ford or GMC and they beat them to crap and seem to keep going.
I'm sure they will figure it out but I agree, they are so much cheaper. $5k less than the comparable Ford and well 10k less than the chevy..
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