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Old 05-05-2013, 09:49 PM   #51
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That is why I drive a Tundra, mine was assembled in Indiana.
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Always get the Ford. Remember, GM will never last as long as a Ford. Never

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Didnt know that,makes me feel a little better about it now. I was just thinking had I not had my seatbelt on and if he had hit me closer the cab I could be on a respirator if the airbags decided not to deploy then.
If he had hit the cab the air bags should have deployed. The sensors should be located in the doors. Any lateral impact to the cab should blow them.

Yup. There sure are a lot of shoulds in there. You just never know with crash physics or electronics.
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Chevy makes a truck, I had no idea.

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Thanks for the info..will steer clear.
And as far as towing/hauling goes...
The heaviest load I pull is a lawnmower. A large one, sure, but no monster like you see on golf courses. Regular size commercial mower than any self respecting lawn service would use.

My boss was with me. He suggested we pull over, unload the mower, and pull the truck and trailer with the mower.
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Anybody know anybody that has the new dodge ram express?

Suppose to be a bare-bones Ram with the HEMI in it for a very modest price tag,it rings in at 395 HP and 407 ft/lbs. I really like the concept,but dodge has always seemed to play 3rd fiddle to ford and Chevy. Anybody have experience with the ram express?

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Jstrong, my son. How could you do this to your pops? Why couldn't you just brought a boyfriend over for me to meet. Spawned with a Klingon or the like. No you have to announce that you are thinking about buying a truck that isn't a ford. In an open forum. WTF, where did I go wrong son. Awe geeze.

Maybe this video will bring you back in the fold. I love you anyways.






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Heinrich Stoppen von Floppen, I believe he invented the bra?
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Heinrich Stoppen von Floppen, I believe he invented the bra?
So close, but not him.
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