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Old 12-29-2005, 07:07 PM   #11
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Holy Hick!
You need a CB antenna and spotlight and you'd right in with the rest of rural MN.
Not a bad truck, but in my opinion, Cummins diesel is the only way to go with a Dodge.
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Old 12-29-2005, 08:26 PM   #12
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It'* definatly unique! I have mixed feelings about the V10'* Dodge produced back then, but as long as it works! Glad to see you have another form of transportation.
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Cummins diesel is the only way to go with a Dodge.
Hemi. Nuff sed.
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Cummins diesel is the only way to go with a Dodge.
Hemi. Nuff sed.
IF IT AINT BLOWIN BLACK TAKE IT BACK!!!!!!

nice truck

but i love the BLACK SMOKE
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manly truck outside and femine clothing inside
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wow too many stickers and exterior material IMO
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Holy Hick!
You need a CB antenna and spotlight and you'd right in with the rest of rural MN.
Not a bad truck, but in my opinion, Cummins diesel is the only way to go with a Dodge.

yep my dads friend is pumping nearly 800whp (dyno) out of a 99 12V with who knows how much torque...slightly modded though, well actually, nothing really except the block is orginal lol.
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wow too many stickers
I'm with the Stickers. I'd remove the R/T sticker at minimum. The Power Wagon one still fits the truck, but Power Wagon AND R/T fon't really work together. Rest of the truck looks sharp though
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thanks for the compliments. stickers will probably stay, i like when everyone thinks i'm a redneck. tranny is in great shape Joe. as far as a cummins, i couldnt find one for the right price. EVERY single one that i looked at had 150k miles, there was even an '04 3500 with 212k miles. i'll take v10 power and diesel torque though
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It caught on fire in my parents driveway yesterday. Firefighters said it was electrical(The most heat was near the battery). I was out for about 30 minutes while all this went on and nobody was hom. As you can see, fire was VERY close to thier house. Pretty much a certain total job... :( Oh well, at least nobody was hurt.
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