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Old 03-12-2010, 09:49 PM
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til the first road trip with the new F-150. Looking forward to comparing the two trucks just on a short road trip. Irony is I'm heading up to Matt's in NC to spend that gift certificate I got in the raffle(about the only positive thing Alicia got out of that was a trip back to downtown Asheville) for the diesel rig and I'm going in a gasser.

So far I'm really liking this truck, still taking me awhile to adjust not having to always go to the green nozzle, but I'm getting there.
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Have a good trip tex. You know this isn't gonna be a fair test, one truck is for muscle and the other for comfort. Is nice to have the option.
How many times do you get in the F150 and turn the key and sit there for the "WAIT START"? I did that off and on for a couple of months when I went from a F250 to a F150.
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Have a good trip tex. You know this isn't gonna be a fair test, one truck is for muscle and the other for comfort. Is nice to have the option.
That's true. I'm just wondering how badly I'm going to miss that low end grunt when it comes to getting up in those hills. I haven't had much of a chance to do a trip in this one in the 2.5 wks that I've had it. Did have to take the DRW out for a horse show though.

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How many times do you get in the F150 and turn the key and sit there for the "WAIT START"? I did that off and on for a couple of months when I went from a F250 to a F150.

I don't know if I'll ever adjust because I still go back and forth between the two. I still catch myself doing the waiting game even though when I was heading out to the truck I tell myself don't need to wait to start for this one, still end up doing it though.
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