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Me Again

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Posted: 06/12/20 10:32am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

FishOnOne wrote:

One truck is "Made in USA" and the other truck is "Made in Mexico".

Choose wisely...


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Just left the Dodge dealership and was told the HD's are moving to America, built alongside the half tons.

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kellem wrote:

Just left the Dodge dealership and was told the HD's are moving to America, built alongside the half tons.


Fish always seems to forget this when he bashes RAM manufacturing. That is the Ford Powerstroke diesels are made in Mexico.

https://fordauthority.com/fmc/ford-motor........chihuahua-engine-plant-chihuahua-mexico/

All vehicles more or less have parts from all over the globe. Made and assembled are not necessarily the same.

But he bought a 3rd gen RAM that have been used hard and put away wet, and has never gotten over his mistake.

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kellem wrote:

Just left the Dodge dealership and was told the HD's are moving to America, built alongside the half tons.


That was the plan but FCA's foreign leader changed his mind.

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Fish loves that Dodge. He only complains about the cheap dash that disintegrated in the Tejas sun. Apparently ford has better quality dashboards....That’s cool. My Dodge is 13 years old and the dash is like new. Garages are great!


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Me Again wrote:

kellem wrote:

Just left the Dodge dealership and was told the HD's are moving to America, built alongside the half tons.


Fish always seems to forget this when he bashes RAM manufacturing. That is the Ford Powerstroke diesels are made in Mexico.

https://fordauthority.com/fmc/ford-motor........chihuahua-engine-plant-chihuahua-mexico/

All vehicles more or less have parts from all over the globe. Made and assembled are not necessarily the same.

But he bought a 3rd gen RAM that have been used hard and put away wet, and has never gotten over his mistake.


Call it what you want but read the fine print...

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