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RE: Truck Seat Repair

The part of the seat that wore out is called the BOLSTER. I just had my 06 Ram leather bucket seat recovered. Total cost was $425 including new OEM leather cover (seat only) and labor. I removed and delivered the seat to the 2 man shop. My 06 dually Cummins Laramie with only 98,000 miles stickered at $51,000........a new one stickers at $84,000! Investing $425 for a new leather seat cover is a bargain. BY THE WAY, I asked the owner why Dodge Rams have this area wear out, where you slide in and out. He said that area is called the seat BOLSTER. He said ALL trucks (Ford/Dodge/GMC-Chevy) have this area wear out. I said if it is so common, why don't they reinforce this area.........knowing that it will wear out. He said because it is one more reason to buy a new truck!
camilllit 02/19/21 10:11pm Tow Vehicles
How do you value your RV?

Other than NADA, how do you place a value on an RV?
camilllit 11/01/20 07:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Colors of trucks!

Guilty! 2006 Ram 4x4 3500, 2013 Chevy Equinox, 1966 Pontiac GTO. All white.
camilllit 10/16/20 07:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Are other drivers killing your RV experience?

Yes! We actually cancelled our trip from PA to Myrtle Beach SC because at 65 years old driving around the Baltimore and Washington outer loops scares me stiff. I know what its like just driving my 8,000 dually, they play with me like I'm a toy. Don't they respect size and mass? Pulling a 41' fifth wheel with a dually 4x4 8' bed is Xanax time, I can't stop this train on a dime! I try to maintain safe following distance to give me some room to stop......forget it. Three cars cut in front of me. I guess if I leave at midnight is best, shouldn't be too crazy at 2-4 am?
camilllit 10/16/20 07:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dualie vs SRW benefits?

I've pulled with everything short of a rickshaw. A dually is boss, period. My 2006 Ram 3500 8' bed 4x4 tells my rv where its going, not the rv trying to be the boss. Stability, braking, sway, this is the peace of mind you want. If you know how to drive parking is not an issue. I will admit washing it is a pita! I miss car washes.
camilllit 10/16/20 07:25pm Fifth-Wheels
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