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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by JRSlawn, Aug 24, 2004.
Truck number two
Looks good, nice to see the real truck is a chevy and not a ford.
went to go look at a 04 2500 hd ls this truck was sweet the dealer is going to call me back tommarow with a price on it. Can't wait.
Whats that truck next to the white chevy, looks nice!
I will never buy another chevy as long as I am in business. I have a 2000 Silverado, and so far it has a new fuel pump ( at 49000 miles), new dif (at 98000 miles), new u joint (same as dif), air conditioner went ( 38000 miles), has a problem with coolant up near the intake manifold, which will run me another 500.00 dollars, has a new crankshaft sensor ( 49000 miles), emergency brake does not work, abs light came on, and has not gone off (at 80000 miles), so anyone out there thinking of getting a chevy ,stay away and get anything but a Chevy. Oh ya I also have a problem now with the tranny ( at 100000 miles)
I love the Chevy's. I had my share of problems with Fords, but I could have just had 2 lemons. They both make good trucks as a rule, but sometimes sh!t happens.
Good luck JRSlawn....