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post #9 of (permalink) Old 09-16-2013, 04:25 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by neeltburn View Post
I'm really thinking of a reason not to ban you after seeing a Longhorn Emblems.. But its a sweet rig and I want to see you things go with it so your safe. Im a little sad you let the 07.5 go, why not keep it as a beater with a heater, ok a farm truck.? Oh an your 10700 miles down.... and I think I have time to go run a few more miles before bed.. SO much dailying the Rubicon!
To keep it as a "beater(which it isn't) with a heater" for the farm employees I did think it was a good idea as it wouldn't be driven hard enough with what they do, to keep the dpf from plugging, that was my advantage...a heavy foot with. For what there needs are, gas rigs make more sense. And believe me their rigs are definitely beater rigs after they get ther hands on them .

Oh by the way I think I'll pass up your miles within a year. Planning to test the new rig with the 5th wheel next month for 10-14 days.

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