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Old 05-26-2013, 09:56 AM   #41
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Mate like everything in America you guys seem to supersize even your trucks are huge
Everything is bigger in Texas
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Old 05-26-2013, 12:20 PM   #42
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Bought my 06 Tundra used when it had 6k on it. I only have 31k on it now so at that rate this may be the last truck I ever need to buy. If I ever do need another one, I'll give Ford a real serious look.

The 06 was the last model before they went full size. I like it since I can park it in my garage even with a canopy and ladder rack on it.
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Bought my 06 Tundra used when it had 6k on it. I only have 31k on it now so at that rate this may be the last truck I ever need to buy. If I ever do need another one, I'll give Ford a real serious look.

The 06 was the last model before they went full size. I like it since I can park it in my garage even with a canopy and ladder rack on it.
I'm ignoring post #42 just so we can continue to be friends. I understand some people don't have enough money to afford a Ford truck.
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Old 05-26-2013, 04:59 PM   #44
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I'm ignoring post #42 just so we can continue to be friends. I understand some people don't have enough money to afford a Ford truck.
Hey! At least I gave a nod to considering a Ford the next time around.
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I saw the new Tundra few weeks ago. I like it
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They made the tundra 5 miles from me. I will never buy a toyota truck. its Ford or nothing.
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I saw the new Tundra few weeks ago. I like it
See the above statement.
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See the above statement.
Lolz. I will never buy it.
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Lolz. I will never buy it.
I Have a soft spot for Toys. I had a 73 FJ40 when I was in my 20's and loved it. I am thinking I should buy another but maybe an 82.
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I want to buy a new ford truck (platinum F150). but I really need a work van
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I would like to have a fx4
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I wanted a Hummer but the gas will kill me. It gets like 9 miles per gallon.
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Yep. Those are nice. How many kids do you have??
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Yep. Those are nice. How many kids do you have??
Three. 13, 10, 9

I count the days until I can walk around my house naked again but I also know that once that happens there will be an empty place in my heart. lol
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I count the days until I can walk around my house naked again but I also know that once that happens there will be an empty place in my heart. lol
You need a bigger truck. Trust me
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The truck would be for me. We have Mini vans for the kids to be moved around in.
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Sweet truck! Yota's run forever...

I have a 4runner with the 4.0 high output motor. Hands down the best truck I have ever owned. Gets about 17 mpg and isn't a sled for a SUV. Never had to buy anything for it but a new gas cap. From brand new to 107k she is still in great shape.

Now my ford could tie chains to my yota and my neighbors toyota and drag them both down the street at the same time. Being a new owner (f250 superduty) I do not know if she is going to start breaking down or not. So I can't say it is a better truck. Performance wise its not even a competition.

F250's are infamous for breaking down. But when you drive around in 6000 pounds you feel safe and you do not feel a thing that you are towing. Plus the 6.4 turbo diesel is a BEAST! When I'm not loaded down with bleach and tools I can flat out smoke Dodge 300's with hemi's. And that's with horrible goodyear wrangler mud tires, saving up for some michelins atm. I purchased the truck with them on it not knowing you can't put those tires on that truck. Gonna pick up one of those sweet looking Nissan vans like aarons once they start turning around used for a decent used price. I want a jeep for around town, an older scrambler on at least 35's with a v8 swap that I can dent and run over trees with

Nice truck bro...
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I like the Tundra it has always been a cool truck to me.I like my old Ford better though.150,000 and still going strong, never been towed or left me stranded.
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I like the Tundra it has always been a cool truck to me.I like my old Ford better though.150,000 and still going strong, never been towed or left me stranded.
Yep. my F150 is around 147, 000 very happy just regular maintenance. My Ford Lightning just hit the 85000 not bad for a 2002.
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