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Old 04-17-2012, 06:50 PM   #41
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I drive a pos 2001 Saturn that's falling apart and can't make inspection. I'm just praying it hold together another year until I'm done with school.
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:29 AM   #42
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Default I Started seraching about ON-star stuff and what they use it for...

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It's not so much the taking money (though that is part of it) its the fact that the government practically owns and runs GM, that would be bad enough in itself, but add in On-star with microphones, gps locator and the fact that they can cut power to the vehicle. No thanks.
http://www.autoblog.com/2011/09/21/gms-onstar-now-spying-on-your-car-for-profit-even-after-you-uns/

"Now, OnStar says that it has the right to collect and sell personal, yet supposedly anonymous information on your vehicle, including speed, location, seat belt usage and other information.

Who would be interested in that data, you ask? Law enforcement agencies, for starters, as well as insurance companies. Perhaps the most startling news to come out of the latest OnStar terms and conditions is the fact that the company can continue to collect the information even after you disconnect the service."

http://www.suntimes.com/news/nation/7866697-418/senator-onstar-invades-privacy.html

Guess im gonna disconnect the OnStar POS this weekend.
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:46 AM   #43
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Love my Dodge. 2006 3500 4WD. Just rolled over 100,000 Mine's not the mega cab.

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I work for the city public works, we get all the truck models, Dodge, Ford, Chevy only on gas motors.

IMHO you couldn't give me a 6.0 or 6.4 powerstroke, but the new 6.7 is pretty awesome.

But I'll die a Cummins man.

I don't know why all pics post twice.
Last week I was sitting at a red light with a Dodge Cummins sitting in front of me. He had a sticker in his rear window that read "you're strokin' while im cummin". My wife starting cracking up saying "that guy is a pervert".... I just laughed at her.
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:57 AM   #44
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2005 GMC Sierra HD crew cab with a duramax diesel in it.

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My daily driver AND playtoy is a 2004 jeep wrangler. Lifted, 33" tires, WARN front/back bumper and rock guard. Working on fixing the damn death wobble....
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Love my Dodge. 2006 3500 4WD. Just rolled over 100,000 Mine's not the mega cab.



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I work for the city public works, we get all the truck models, Dodge, Ford, Chevy only on gas motors.

IMHO you couldn't give me a 6.0 or 6.4 powerstroke, but the new 6.7 is pretty awesome.

But I'll die a Cummins man.

I don't know why all pics post twice.
Ive spent quite a bit of time in diesel pickups and i love both the 7.3 Power Stroke and the Cummins. On a daily driver id go with the Cummins any day. But when you really need to get things done and have alot of weight to pull i prefer the Power Stroke. Im not saying the Cummins cant do it but the Power Stroke seems to have a little edge power wise with the heavier trailers. And before anyone says i dont know what im talking about my mom has 2 F-550 and 4 Ram 3500 and my uncle has 3 F-550, 2 F-450, and 11 Ram 3500. They both own carnival equiptment so ive had plenty of time moving trailers up and down all kinds of roads.
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My daily driver AND playtoy is a 2004 jeep wrangler. Lifted, 33" tires, WARN front/back bumper and rock guard. Working on fixing the damn death wobble....
I fixed the DW on my cherokee with poly bushings in all control arms and adjustable track bar followed by a good alignment. Or its time for long arms. PM me if you want to talk more about.

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Ive spent quite a bit of time in diesel pickups and i love both the 7.3 Power Stroke and the Cummins. On a daily driver id go with the Cummins any day. But when you really need to get things done and have alot of weight to pull i prefer the Power Stroke. Im not saying the Cummins cant do it but the Power Stroke seems to have a little edge power wise with the heavier trailers. And before anyone says i dont know what im talking about my mom has 2 F-550 and 4 Ram 3500 and my uncle has 3 F-550, 2 F-450, and 11 Ram 3500. They both own carnival equiptment so ive had plenty of time moving trailers up and down all kinds of roads.
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I will soon be trading in my 2005 Ford freestar minivan(recalled piece of $h!t) hopefully I'll be getting jeep wrangler after that. Or another s10
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