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Old 12-02-2015, 07:31 PM   #281
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Don't even know it's there! Travels at 80 plus,doesn't lug down (or shift down) on hills, changes it's own oil, washes it-self, and is quite.....sounds like my truck!
You must have had a special exhaust and cloaking system. Installed. Your truck is far from quiet!!!
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Old 12-02-2015, 07:55 PM   #282
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Don't even know it's there! Travels at 80 plus,doesn't lug down (or shift down) on hills, changes it's own oil, washes it-self, and is quite.....sounds like my truck!

I'll bet you need to stop every now & then & let the extra diesel out of the tank too.
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Old 12-02-2015, 08:06 PM   #283
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Yep......and have to raise hood and look at fan blade to see if it's tur'n, just to know it's run'n!
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Old 12-02-2015, 08:31 PM   #284
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I must say, this is one of the most pathetic photo shop job I've seen in some time.
The X gives it away.
Now if I wasn't a Ford guy myself, this would be pretty cool! ( Maybe someday when chevy or dodge makes a real truck I will show them how to photo shop a picture ) lol
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I must say, this is one of the most pathetic photo shop job I've seen in some time.
The X gives it away.
Now if I wasn't a Ford guy myself, this would be pretty cool! ( Maybe someday when chevy or dodge makes a real truck I will show them how to photo shop a picture ) lol
Why do you think its photo shopped? Looks like the same decal that im posting, with elongated black ends on th X. The vinyl on vehicle decals are pretty good and they will strech quite a bit when trying to remove them and or if you tried tearing them.

I mean if you just trying joke around thats fine. If it was photo shopped, then that editor knew an awful lot about collision dynamics and payed a lot of attention to all the other areas and background detail that show that this was a front-to-rear side swipe and they also knew that aluminum would rip at a much greater rate than steel. Doesn't sound like the kinda knowledge a CG guy would know. I know wrecks, but im no CG guy.

(The details in this photo lead me to believe this was a legitimate wreck)
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Why do you think its photo shopped? Looks like the same decal that im posting, with elongated black ends on th X. The vinyl on vehicle decals are pretty good and they will strech quite a bit when trying to remove them and or if you tryed tearing them.

I mean if you just trying joke around thats fine. If it was photo shopped, then that editor knew an awful lot about collision dynamics and payed a lot of attention to all the other areas and background detail that show that this was a front-to-rear side swipe and they also knew that aluminum would rip at a much greater rate than steel. Doesn't sound like the kinda knowledge a CG guy would know. I know wrecks, but im no CG guy.

(The details in this photo lead me to believe this was a legitimate wreck)
Think he saw the 2 different colors of the decals...black and red
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Will non-sag Dicor fix it, or maybe the self level'n kind?
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Will non-sag Dicor fix it, or maybe the self level'n kind?
Spackle! That stuff fixes everything doesn't it?
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Have to use a snow shovel thou........
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Got my 2014 F150 EB SCREW bc all the diesel trucks are too much $ and I use mine as an everyday driver, love this truck, Dodge EcoDiesel has no power IMO I tested all of them and F150 won me over because it made sense in my budget and I pull a Roo 23IKSS less than 6,000#'s


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