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Old 08-05-2004, 02:32 PM
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rnorred rnorred is offline
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I have been a Ford man all my life, but I just bought a new Chevy and Ill never look back. That was based on MPG.
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Old 08-06-2004, 12:08 AM
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Well, due to my experience with Ford on their bungling of the warranty repair and failure to due whats right - NO MORE FORD'S for me.
Next truck is either an Isuzu or Mitsu quad cab with a landscaper rack on a dump body.
Bye Bye Ford - your company sucks!
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Old 08-10-2004, 11:57 PM
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Paul Corsetti Paul Corsetti is offline
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well i see keys being typed but all i see is bla bla bla bla. from the owner of 3 ford power strokes, some work and some play trucks ,i will tell you if you change out the factory air cleaner to k@n on something comp and open the flow to a 5 inch pipe from the engine to the tail pipe you can get 16 mpg to 18. my 2003 psd gets 16 on the highway and 12/13 in the city, and my truck with the chip/controler 2004 psd will eat any desiel on the road,dodge or chevy,raced them all on the track,and for hold up my 95 has 285K miles and is use every day
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