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Old 10-01-2012, 08:50 PM   #31
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Whatever she meant she has zero idea what she's talking about when it comes to trucks, why she bought a Dodge in the first place. Pffft, women.

Next time creeper, just ask us. We're your friends and here for you...

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Old 10-01-2012, 08:57 PM   #33
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Remember that creeper when this happens to you and it's a Ford saving your rear.

Brand new Dodge going nowhere, just like usual.
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2001 7.3 Powerstroke Transmission.


Gone bye bye.



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Old 10-01-2012, 09:26 PM   #36
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300,000 miles on the original transmission, thank you very much. Let's see how long it takes for yours to go out, then you can talk. I'm guessing if the motor itself makes it to 100k miles that's when your tranny will fail. My buds Dodge with a Cummins Turbo Diesel did. That cost him $5k, mine cost me $3200.

Now I have that $3200.00 new tranny, much stronger than the first that lasted 300,000 miles. Dacco billet covered heavy duty triple disc high performance torque coverter, new shift kit, new solenoid pack, new valve body, new filter and fluid, non mechanical diode and 140hp tunes to accommodate the performance transmission.

It took two days for my guy to rebuild my tranny and get it back to me and btw, that video I posted of the white drag racing truck, that's the guy who built my new tranny.

And this is that same guy's wife's F250 7.3 turbo diesel, running over 600hp to the rear wheels and is her daily driver, her "grocery getter" featured in hot rod magazines and all.

American women know trucks. Get you some, creeper!



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Old 10-01-2012, 09:28 PM   #37
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You get back here this instant! I wasn't done spanking you yet..

Goodnight, SnOokums.
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300,000 miles on the original transmission, thank you very much. Let's see how long it takes for yours to go out, then you can talk. I'm guessing if the motor itself makes it to 100k miles that's when your tranny will fail. My buds Dodge with a Cummins Turbo Diesel did. That cost him $5k, mine cost me $3200.

Now I have that $3200.00 new tranny, much stronger than the first that lasted 300,000 miles. Dacco billet covered heavy duty triple disc high performance torque coverter, new shift kit, new solenoid pack, new valve body, new filter and fluid, non mechanical diode and 140hp tunes to accommodate the performance transmission.

It took two days for my guy to rebuild my tranny and get it back to me and btw, that video I posted of the white drag racing truck, that's the guy who built my new tranny.

And this is that same guy's wife's F250 7.3 turbo diesel, running over 600hp to the rear wheels and is her daily driver, here grocery getter featured in hot rod magazines and all.

American women know trucks. Get you some, creeper!




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Old 10-01-2012, 09:31 PM   #39
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Sorry, I don't speak Moose.
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Here are some American women who like Ford

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