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Old 09-11-2014, 09:42 PM   #71
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Old 09-12-2014, 07:38 AM   #72
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Must come from the old Found On Road Dead!...
We used to say "Fix Or Replace Daily".
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We used to say "Fix Or Replace Daily".
And then there are other one's like this that we can't say here.
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Old 09-12-2014, 08:21 AM   #74
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We used to say "Fix Or Replace Daily".
I'd heard Fix Or Repair Daily. This might be a good time to tell a story about
my first new Ford product. In 1987 I took a new fulll size Bronco, a black, 4WD Eddie Bauer, for a test drive. A mile or two off a highway on a nice dirt road it died, just as if you'd turned off the ignition. Hitched a ride to a phone, and the dealer sent a tow truck. I must have loved that truck from the get-go, because I ended up buying it! One of my most favorite vehicles I've owned.
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I'd heard Fix Or Repair Daily. This might be a good time to tell a story about
my first new Ford product. In 1987 I took a new fulll size Bronco, a black, 4WD Eddie Bauer, for a test drive. A mile or two off a highway on a nice dirt road it died, just as if you'd turned off the ignition. Hitched a ride to a phone, and the dealer sent a tow truck. I must have loved that truck from the get-go, because I ended up buying it! One of my most favorite vehicles I've owned.
Just to clarify, did you buy the Bronco or the tow truck?
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Just to clarify, did you buy the Bronco or the tow truck?
they came as a package, Duh!
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And then there are other one's like this that we can't say here.
Oh, sure there are. How about this one below. Note that it can be used for any brand of truck you love/hate.

This is {insert brand name of truck here} country.
On a quiet night, you can hear a {insert brand name of truck here} rust.
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I have owned 3 half ton Chevys over the last 22 years. I have owned and towed 3 RVs with them over that time. If you are "camping" stick with a half ton gas pickup and a RV of suitable weight. If you could be hauling something bigger like construction equipment, livestock trailers, or are considering an RV toy hauler, get a diesel HD, 3/4 ton minimum.
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I have owned 3 half ton Chevys over the last 22 years. I have owned and towed 3 RVs with them over that time. If you are "camping" stick with a half ton gas pickup and a RV of suitable weight. If you could be hauling something bigger like construction equipment, livestock trailers, or are considering an RV toy hauler, get a diesel HD, 3/4 ton minimum.
You stick with your gasser...I will stick with my diesel
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