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Old 09-18-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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Ram Long Hauler maybe will see production

Wonder if this will make it to production. Some interesting ideas included in this truck.

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Old 09-18-2012, 09:15 AM   #2
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Wow...this RAM would not fit in 95% of the typical residential garages in the US. Neat ideas, like you mentioned though. I hope they make it to production.
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170 gals of fuel!!! Sheese
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170 gals of fuel!!! Sheese
That is $663.00 to fill that monster up in West Texas today.
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Great idea. Sign me up Jack.
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Yeah 60-90 grand is mere pocket change to Clutch. Chicken feed. Chump change. Order early.
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Yeah 60-90 grand is mere pocket change to Clutch. Chicken feed. Chump change. Order early.
Crabman, the Mayan calander ends on Dec 21, 2012. The end of the world. I am thinking about just charging everything in sight because there will not be a Dec 22, 2012. I won't have to pay for it and nobody will know or care cause we will all be gone. Dosen't that make sense??

Just incase the end dosn't come I think I will keep the old truck.
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I wonder how you would manage 1,700 miles without the pit stops at the gas stations you would pass ? The DW would hate that, and then there is the need to stop along the road for the dawg to potty. Think I'll just stick with my Ford for the duration and save a ton of $$ for camping fees.
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I wonder how you would manage 1,700 miles without the pit stops at the gas stations you would pass ? The DW would hate that, and then there is the need to stop along the road for the dawg to potty. Think I'll just stick with my Ford for the duration and save a ton of $$ for camping fees.
Adult diapers and a couple tubes of pringles. Good to go
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Adult diapers and a couple tubes of pringles. Good to go
What about the Dawg - she doesn't like pringles ? And where do you get dachshund diapers ?
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