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Old 12-20-2015, 11:32 AM   #71
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I'm loving the rambox way more than I figured I could have...
... I saw a fellow filling his with ice and liquid refreshments.
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Old 12-20-2015, 03:11 PM   #72
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New weathertech floor matts doing their job..

Man thanks for the pics, those are very nice and I hope to have one soon, I'm still working on it.
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Old 12-20-2015, 03:24 PM   #73
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... I saw a fellow filling his with ice and liquid refreshments.
They make a pretty good livewell in a pinch if you're shore fishing too! Just make sure to dump a bucket of fresh water in periodically.
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Old 12-20-2015, 04:28 PM   #74
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That is a really nice truck. Kicking around the idea of going back to gas because we don't tow very often. My F-250 is reaching it's peak in the trade cycle [only 38k]. Someone told me that the 6.4 hemi requires premium unleaded. Is this accurate? Not a deal breaker by any means.
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Old 12-20-2015, 04:47 PM   #75
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87 or 89. 89 recommended and 87 acceptable. I have run nothing but 87 in mine and it runs like a champ. This is as of the '15 MY. '14 was 87
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Old 12-20-2015, 05:01 PM   #76
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89 octane recommended. I have primarily been running 89. Thanks for the compliments folks. I am super happy with it. First truck I've ever ordered and now I'm super glad I did.
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Awesome, I believe that I have found the truck I want but only one thing it have the 3.73 gears and not the 4.10 I might have to see if they can order me one so I can get the 4.10 and even though the trailer my wife and I are planning on getting will be about 9.5k the 3.73 will tow it with no problem. Now if they make me a deal that I can't refuse because it's the end of the year now and they want to sell them now I might go with it.
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Awesome, I believe that I have found the truck I want but only one thing it have the 3.73 gears and not the 4.10 I might have to see if they can order me one so I can get the 4.10 and even though the trailer my wife and I are planning on getting will be about 9.5k the 3.73 will tow it with no problem. Now if they make me a deal that I can't refuse because it's the end of the year now and they want to sell them now I might go with it.
Good! Don't be scared of the 3.73s if the deal is right. The difference is not that huge. My 3.73 geared 6.4 had no issues tugging a dump trailer loaded down with skid steer and extra bucket with a bed loaded with tools.
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Old 12-20-2015, 07:11 PM   #79
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Wife took a few sunset pics...
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Pretty skies.... I'm not sure if I can agree on the 3.73 rear end or not. I haven't driven a gasser with that rearend. My thinking coming from th Cummins was so get the best towing gears I could. That's why I chose the 4.10.
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