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Old 03-22-2005, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by hillbilly24
how much? I already have 4 ford pickups in the driveway I can always use another
Well I am asking 28,500 with all the upgrades. Including tv front and rear. Xbox. Exhaust temp, and boost gage. Trans command, chip 125HP. Full 4" exhaust.
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Old 03-22-2005, 10:48 AM
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you can keep the x-box I hate video games cuase im no good at em and i dont have any kids the tv's can stay though.

youre right fown the road from me i live in hernando beach i might have to come have a look at it
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Old 03-22-2005, 01:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Sean H

moral of the story, get a 4wd...
Especialy if you live in the snow belt.
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Tdan, Have a buddy that is a sales rep. for a couple dif. companies and travels all over Michigan everyday almost. He has a crew cab short box srw 2500hd duramax. He loves it. Did pull his 42 beaker all over w/ it and now has a 47 trip. Hope this helps Wrink
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Dan,
have 2005 Ford 350 DRW shortbed,Powerstroke one great ride. Have had Powerstrokes for the last 10 years and they keep getting better, Mine is all BLACK and is one BAD ASS looking truck going down the road or just sitting still. The 350 with AUTO TRANS is good for 15000lbs trailer without anyother modification. Come with 2.5inch receiver and neopream stoppers on the front and rear AXLES.

If you have acsess the "A" Plan my suggestion would be go with the Ford, I bought mine off "A" Plan and the plan took $8,000.00 dollars of the sticker. Not a bad DISCOUNT.

PS. mine is a CREW CAB.
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