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Kayteg1

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Posted: 11/05/19 11:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Something has to be going on with economy as I am trying to get info on 2020 Sprinter vans and dealers still have no clue what is going to be offered.





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Kayteg1 wrote:

Something has to be going on with economy as I am trying to get info on 2020 Sprinter vans and dealers still have no clue what is going to be offered.


Dealers usually have no clue what is offered after a vehicle has been in production for 3 years or longer [emoticon]

The economy? It's called a recession and it started over a year ago. It's all being swept under the rug as it's too close to the 2020 election cycle, and no matter what happens as far as what party wins, loses, or gains, right after those elections are over the rug will be removed.

Just look at the downturn in RV sales, boats, and other recreational big ticket items. The RV downturn started a year ago last June. We never went more than 10 years without a recession, and it's been going on 11. History repeats itself.

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Here's another tell tale sign of what I am seeing around our area. Its all interconnected.

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Bend over and grab your ankles. We're on borrowed time. The sky is falling LOL [emoticon]

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Sure, the sky is falling. Could be everyone who wants an RV already has one. Let us know when your crystal ball is 100%, or maybe you’ll be too busy enjoying spending your market speculation spoils. [emoticon]

Back to the thread, there isn’t a guarantee when new models come out. Sounds like, nobody knows when they will show up on Build a Vehicle on the Ford site or dealers.


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jimh425 wrote:

Let us know when your crystal ball is 100%, or maybe you’ll be too busy enjoying spending your market speculation spoils. [emoticon]


Ok.

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SoonDockin wrote:

If I was going to replace my F450 I would get a gas F350 for the added payload. Diesel is great power but I hate dealing with filling it. Not wanting to start a gas vs diesel argument here. Just my personal preference.

Maybe on paper the payload is different, but the rear axle weighs about the same regardless of engine choice and that is where your camper will sit. The weight of the engine would not be part of my criteria for choosing a camper carrying truck.


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jimh425 wrote:

Truthfully, I’m curious about what the ultimate TC hauler will cost. I’d like to build one just for fun.

You know what I mean by ultimate: a Crew Cab, 2WD, 7.3 Gasoline, and DRW.


Are you talking F350 or F450?
I would also add King Ranch to the package.

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Oregun wrote:

Are you talking F350 or F450?
I would also add King Ranch to the package.


I don’t know. Which one is the ultimate? [emoticon]

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jimh425 wrote:

Oregun wrote:

Are you talking F350 or F450?
I would also add King Ranch to the package.


I don’t know. Which one is the ultimate? [emoticon]


F450, 7.3, King Ranch. [emoticon]

Platinum is just overdoing it. [emoticon]

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Ford didn't do King Ranch with Supercab.
Crew cab is overdoing.

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Kayteg1 wrote:

Ford didn't do King Ranch with Supercab.
Crew cab is overdoing.


Not if you have 3 people or large items in the back seat.

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