My 5.9 Dodge extended cab with full-size bed and ALL the bells and
whistles just went off lease and I BOUGHT a Silverado. I absolutely
love the new truck, something I could never say about the Dodge.
All you had to do was look at it to put a scratch in the dark green
metallic paint. And all you had to do was push on the metal with your
hand to make a dent. And the mileage was horrible, of course.
Worst of all was the ride. That thing rode like ... a TRUCK! As I
said, it had everything, and that included a trailer towing
suspension. Shake the teeth right out of your head.
It did have an engine whose sound could make you have to change your
pants. I'll give it that.
Gaaaawd! Why are so many idiots on WebTv when there are so many good
people using it? BTW My daughter's inlaws blew two engines on their
Dodge truck before the odo hit 75,000 miles (that's good?). Why not
hook your trailer up to that ugly truck and tow it deeper into the
It's not like they have a disease. My boss has a ram, it's nothing special
but I like driving it. I mean, it's an American truck, designed at least by
Americans. I think Chevy/ford/dodge are all pretty equal now. That is of
course excluding the fact that Chevy rules and everything else SUCKS. :-)
To the OP I like the pic! But my stock K5 would push you all over town! Not
that you'd want to go bumper-to-hood with that purdy a truck.
ANY dumb ass can lift a truck and install 44's! YOU are proof of that!
Building a truck that can USE the tires is a whole other thing!!!
All show and no go! That is what that over tired ego machine is!!!
Now THAT is a real off-road truck! You can tell the difference between real
off-road vehicles and these wussified OR vehix in that the real vehix ain't
showroom shiny and have little dings and dents throughout. What's the point
in having a really nice OR vehicle if you're scared to scratch the paint or
dent a fender?? He he he he he.
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