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Old 02-23-2003, 01:39 AM
herbivore23 herbivore23 is offline
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i don't know

is it just me or is looking at all these boring wimpy trucks ALL of the companies are putting out giving me the urge to sink money into my old girls?I saw a comment on another post that said that the new trucks are better than the old ones?I just want to see what these trucks look and run like in 25 years.Personally i will give up the "comforts" of the new trucks and the 40000 price tag and drive the good ole boys for another 25 years.
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Old 02-23-2003, 05:52 PM
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i don't know

As in most cases I think it all depends on the person. The new trucks seem to be able to do anything the older ones could. Problem is they look worse after they get dinged up from hard work. Also, it is hard to really USE something so pretty. I don't use a truck in a really hard way anymore so the pretty new ones are O.K. with me but when I was back on the farm it would be hard to throw a load of hay on one of these.
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