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Discussion in 'Colorado Flyway Forum' started by meatcaller, Nov 18, 2003.
One more thing...Yours aint stock either. ...You got more tinkers on it than, hooker with crabs.
My wife has a ford explorer we bought it new and I have put more money into that pos than you can imagine it is a 1997 and now has 60,000 miles, the fan fell off at 40,000, yes the fan fell off, and if it is electrical it has broke.
I have never spent a dime on my Subaru 1993 with 103,000 miles, I will never buy an American car again, and my next vehicle will be the new four-door tundra or sequoia SUV from Toyota.
I will never need to pull more than a drift boat or a decoy trailer so I don't need to buy an American truck, thank god.
thanks Meatcaller, i take pride in her, its ok though if i went with a gas motor i would go with a chevy, especially for the ride, i would have to lift it though they just sit to low for me
hell ya they do. At least the front end. Give me a call dustin, seeing the old plans for the upcomin week. Jon
There is no replacement for displacement. I Hate the Jap trucks. So if its a Ford, Chevy, or Dodge I'd be proud to have it in my garage.
meatcaller.....be careful about the diesel comments....Dont know to many gassers that will take a spooled up turbo off the line.
ColoDuk, might have to take you up on that.....to get me out of all the trouble I have gotten into....more decoys and lot's of hunt'n...
Not sure what the difference is anyway as long as the vehicle gets you there and back.....I see that some member vehicles may be questionable....
Sorry you had bad luck fattire but dont sell out and go buy foreign. Thats just wrong!
I have a '97 F-150 that I have put 191,000 miles on and its still runnin strong. Never put more money into it then you would expect with a vehicle with that many miles on it. Still the original Trani and everything. It has been an Awesome Truck for me.
Hunt all day
I try to do the right thing,
I will not shop at wall mart because of the way they do business.
The Toyota Tundra is made in either TN or KY, and while it is a Jap business they are built in the US. Ford and GMC both make cars in Canada and Mexico. Dodge is own By Benze a German company.
So what is buying American now anyway gets comfusing.
I don't care so much where they are put together, the engines for Ford Chevy and Dodge are made in America.
We all know the answer to this one... CHEVY they always win races and they have the best machines. Corvette vs. mustang, viper for example. Built ford F@#!ed!