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Old 06-14-2010, 10:45 PM
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. Hi all you nice people. I'm back after over a year not being able to read and enjoy your companion. What happen since all this economic slow down, I lost my job. Become behind in all my payments. I barely loose my house truck and evrything. The first thing was the home phone and internet. Amaizing now I'm using a blackberry cel to surf the web. Anyway. To topic. I was the other day googleing 2011 gmc 3500. I start to read at these gmc forums and guess what.There is a lot of chevy fans sadn mad at their brand. They are talking and comparing their trucks to ford's, and they think gm is behind compared to ford. They agree ford is the leader. They also coment on all these new engines. How about if you google and read, then post your opinions.
Old 10-21-2010, 08:12 AM
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I'm on a ton of Chevy and GM sites I don't hear a lot of complaining other then what the government did to neuter our trucks with emissions equipment. On any site I go to I can find people switching brands all day long. It’s really going to come down to personal preference – bottom line.
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