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Cummins12V98

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Posted: 01/19/20 04:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I must have been sleeping. SRW or DRW?

Whatever it is good for you!


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Posted: 01/19/20 04:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cummins12V98 wrote:

I must have been sleeping. SRW or DRW?

Whatever it is good for you!


Ron,

almost pulled the trigger on the DRW, but with the numbers what they are now I went with the SRW.. I was at max before, now will I have padding... perhaps the next truck will be our retire truck, at that time we'll go all out for traveling.

I do too much snow removal in smaller driveways in the winter to drag around those hips...

payload was - 3364#... WILL BE - 4561#- I was over
GVW was 11,500#... WILL BE 12,400# . -I was over
RAWR -was 7000#.... WILL BE 7340# - I was right there

And I'm gonna sell the 2 year old Pullrite superglide and the rail kit and already ordered the B&W Companion 20k OEM

* This post was edited 01/19/20 04:50pm by ford truck guy *


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Posted: 01/19/20 05:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cool! Since you are getting the B&W I give my blessing. [emoticon]

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steve-n-vicki wrote:

If anyone has ever ask an engineer to explain something to them , you will understand what I just went through, after an hour and 45 minutes of talking to a power train engineer he finally got down to the nuts and bolts and told me the transmission fluid is designed to Run at a certain temperature, he said that because the transmission shifts are controlled by solenoids, that having the fluid a certain temperature , they know what the viscosity and the flow characteristics of the fluid is ,So they can maintain optimum shift quality

Two posts above you, I kind of already said that [emoticon]

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mountainkowboy wrote:

I can say that we're lookin REAL HARD at getting a 2020 version of Red. If I can get it for around 42K we'll probably pull the trigger in the spring.


The Ford dealer might laugh a bit, then tell you to get off the property. [emoticon]

In Lariat trim, DRW with 4WD and 6.7, $42K? I'll take one also, maybe two.
May get kinda close with an XL with 6.2 gas, but I doubt it.


Yea, I'd cancel my order and go get matching ones...

I did get a killer deal for the Platinum trim from my local guy, only got me for $25,000 AND my trade , which he gave me 40k for.. 2015 with 58k on it. The Lariat trim was a few grand less


Who is this dealer? pretty much 20% from sticker on a straight deal as I assume you had 100% equity on the $40K trade, so $65000 + $3900 tax out the door other than tag/ registration incidentals, for a truck with an $80,500 sticker?

The only options added to the below were 4X4, 6.7 Diesel, and electronic locker.

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My fat finger mistake.. should be 28... NOT 25

MSRP - $83,000.00
Trade - $40,000.00
Cost to me -$28,000.00 + tax

He is just about family and has told me that he will not give the same deals to others, but will be the lowest..

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ford truck guy wrote:

My fat finger mistake.. should be 28... NOT 25

MSRP - $83,000.00
Trade - $40,000.00
Cost to me -$28,000.00 + tax

He is just about family and has told me that he will not give the same deals to others, but will be the lowest..

Kennedy Auto Group


Thanks. And congratulations.

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ford truck guy wrote:

My fat finger mistake.. should be 28... NOT 25

MSRP - $83,000.00
Trade - $40,000.00
Cost to me -$28,000.00 + tax

He is just about family and has told me that he will not give the same deals to others, but will be the lowest..

Kennedy Auto Group


Thanks. And congratulations.


SURE... I deal with Chris Kennedy.. PM me if interested, ill set you 2 up

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ford truck guy wrote:

GDS-3950BH wrote:

ford truck guy wrote:

My fat finger mistake.. should be 28... NOT 25

MSRP - $83,000.00
Trade - $40,000.00
Cost to me -$28,000.00 + tax

He is just about family and has told me that he will not give the same deals to others, but will be the lowest..

Kennedy Auto Group


Thanks. And congratulations.


SURE... I deal with Chris Kennedy.. PM me if interested, ill set you 2 up


LOL, thanks, may take you up on that at some point, but think I'll do some BSing with the local guys first and see what I can do. I say BSing because not sure if I want to get another new one, or hang onto what I have that will be paid off in about 11 months. 2015 with 38K. Not having a payment looks really good also.

Nothing more fun than playing around with some of the sales people / dealers, feeling out who the real ones are and who the jokers are. It can make for a fun Saturday morning/afternoon. The only thing more fun is talking to them at an RV show.

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I will say this, The guys down at Sheehy Ford in Ashland VA are always low priced as well.. They are who I use as a price check usually.

Just looked online.. they are showing 2 platinum trims at $9k off without haggling...

* This post was edited 01/20/20 09:39am by ford truck guy *

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