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Old 06-14-2009, 05:29 AM
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Thank you Mat at Sanders Ford (mcraymond3 here on OSO) in NC for your help and being there for me to pick this up on a Sunday.

Flying down to NC this AM and driving it back to Vermont.

SO wave if you see me going north on 95! Can't wait to see how it looks pulling the dinghy.

I did not want to abuse the goodwill of my buddy who lent me the TopKick when I lent him my Azimut this winter.

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Nice rig! Better call your insurance agent....
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Nice rig! Better call your insurance agent....
Your already insuring that beast my friend.... Since midnight...

Your staff works effectively as usual when your taking your old man naps from 9:30 AM to 2PM getting ready for lunch with your honey!
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Lets have lunch this week so i can see that thing......
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Looking forward to seeing that beast!
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Dang that's sweet. But the dinghy only holds two people
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Like it much better without the bed cover. Very nice truck!! Looks killer.
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SWEEEET!!!!!!
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I hate Fords, but I would buy that in a heartbeat! Cat motors are fantastic.
Is that a stock ford cab, or a conversion to extend it to a 6 door?
Fantastic rig, it will look great with the boat.
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Having the Cat motor means it doesn't matter if it's a Ford or not. What a beastly amount of torque

When I was considering a tow rig, I narrowed it down to a Dodge with the Cummins TD. I thought of the rig as a Cummins, not a Dodge.
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