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Old 12-31-2003, 03:21 PM   #11
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Somebody go hunting. Please.
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i would, if you mean the intrepid hemi. if he lives where i think he does, im within farting distance
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I say who gives a SH*T!!!
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Hi sunshine!

Sometimes the only way to know is to ask the owner.
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5.9 what? dakota? durango? ram? they cam in them all, ive heard those 5.9 R/T dakota'* are pretty quick, bet your gas mileage sucks though i think the 5.2/5.9 where replaced with the 4.7
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ahh.... he'* asking about when i killed my '00 dodge work truck..... it has a magnum v6.
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well, i am in farting distance from SSsuperchargedEi. Wall is about 2 miles away from monroeville. from columbus? i dont know. probably around a 2hr trip
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Damemorder is right. i was just curious in what size engine he had.
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3.9...........very weak
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I believe it was meant to be weak. And cheap to manufacture. That'* why it'* the base engine. The 4.3 moves the much lighter S10 series trucks alot better as far as base engines are concerned.
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