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brazos
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2013-02-13 2:27 PM (#5460)
Subject: what new truck to buy





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Truck shopping. Which one, Ford, Dodge or Chevy? Pulling a trailer part time and using as our family vehicle for the other. Diesel or Gas?
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PaulChristenson
Reg. Jan 2007
Posted 2013-04-18 3:46 AM (#5485 - in reply to #5460)
Subject: RE: what new truck to buy






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Location: Vermont
How big a trailer are you pulling and how often?
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siseley
Reg. Jul 2006
Posted 2013-05-30 12:32 PM (#5491 - in reply to #5460)
Subject: RE: what new truck to buy






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Location: high desert, CA.
Pauls question is paramount to the recommending a good vehicle!

How can we help you if you don't tell us what you tow? Gooseneck, 5th wheel, bumper pull, orrrrrr...?

If you plan on only towing three times a year, and this is going to be a daily driver, get a gas model. It is probably more suited to town driving. If you plan to tow every weekend, and even a small trailer, you cannot beat a diesel. Your choice of make is your own preference. I only drive Dodges, my wife only Chevy. So, what ever will work, and be as useful for YOU!
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mikernd
Reg. Jan 2018
Posted 2018-01-14 11:33 PM (#6699 - in reply to #5460)
Subject: RE: what new truck to buy





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Dodge would be a good contender.
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