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Old 02-26-2015, 01:57 PM   #41
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I for one don't want to be the test subject for something like this. So cheers to you hoping all is safe and sound at the end of the road.
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I for one don't want to be the test subject for something like this. So cheers to you hoping all is safe and sound at the end of the road.
Better use factory spec tires and all OEM spec replacement parts. Also keep detailed service records and do everything on time according to the factory service guide. Any change at all to a vehicle deviating from it's manufactured state could potentially be used against you in our litigious society.
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dustman. OEM spec parts are not the best quality parts out there.
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dustman. OEM spec parts are not the best quality parts out there.
That's not the point- and everyone knows OEM spec parts are not the highest quality. I was being a little sarcastic and trying to state that if you are scared you will be sued for negligence by deviating from what a manufacturer states (tow ratings) you better make sure and keep it EXACTLY stock and not deviate on parts, either.
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Ok boys put your stuff away and take a break. You guys have gone so far off topic is silly. just agree to disagree and leave it at that OK.
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Just buy anything but a Ford or a Ram.
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I agree lets end this. One question though. Which is better gas or diesel?;o)
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Just buy anything but a Ford or a Ram.
The only trucks that left on the side of the road were GMC, GMC, GMC.. otherwise the Ford and Dodge where OK.
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My grandfather ,God rest his soul... Use to say "I would rather push my Chevy then drive a Ford" unfortunately it's because he was so use to pushing his Chevy
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