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Jesse Davidson

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Jesse Davidson last won the day on June 6 2016

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About Jesse Davidson

  • Birthday November 30

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    16 Ferd
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    Boston, MA
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    2016 F150 CC Lariat FX4

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  1. It was great, best of any of the vehicles I’ve ever owned!!! GM(3), Nissan(1), Ford(2) or Audi(2). Unfortunately I was involved in an accident and it got totaled, so I’m currently in an Audi.... wanted to get another, but decided it was too much for driving into the city for work, needed something smaller.
  2. Almost a year since my last login, and only 33 new pages.... I’m disappointed in y’all. hows everyone doing?
  3. I don’t [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Sheesh, where’s everyone at? Can’t imagine this thread is that dead and everyone gave up!
  5. Hey all, long time not talk! Hope everyone is doing well and maybe found some form of solution for themselves.
  6. Yes, they did very good by me. they actually valued the truck higher than I came up with. I also got new vehicle replacement so I got an additional 6k on top of it. Hey SB, yes, it definitely was my lucky day. The 2017 Denali I got after my Silverado had the magnetic ride.....I had it for a week before trading it for the ford. I was informed by the sales manager at the Ford dealer that the person who bought it had the same vibration and is now suing GM over the truck. I had my suspicions when I was driving it. Glad its not my headache though... I'm actually leaning toward getting a fully loaded Audi A4, driving into Boston is a major PITA with a truck, not to mention the Audi costs 21k less and gets about double the fuel economy. I'd use the money for other things haha.
  7. Good to know, I noticed a shake in the last 3 rams I test drove, both coil and air had it. They were short drives, and it seemed like it was going away the more we drove. I'm not willing to risk that and deal with it again. Ram is out.
  8. Thanks SB. It's unfortunate about the truck, but atleast I'm ok. I have prices for a new near identical 2018 F150 = 56,748 A 2017 Platinum (not like my old truck) = 54,930 A new 2017 Ram Limited fully loaded = 47,490 if I finance through chrysler not sure what I'll end up doing, I liked them both but I thought I'd be getting a better deal on the ram after factoring in the below invoice and incentives from my corporate discount.... Thanks for the info. I test drove both the air and the coils tonight, and the Air was definitely a better ride. Just about anything is better than a truck with the shakes.
  9. From what I've read they have been pretty rock solid, and are number 1 or 2 in a lot or reviews. A couple of my neighbors have them and love them. Just wanted an opinion from someone here who has the shakes with their truck. Congrats on the Camaro! I'm just concerned with the old corrosion issues that they used to have.
  10. Yes, I'm ok... to the amazement of everyone. Thanks for asking... cops, fire dept, paramedics, and tow truck driver all pulled up expecting me to be seriously injured or dead.... I was up, walking around perfectly fine. I credit driving a truck with saving my life. Snapped the front cross member of the frame, snapped the front axle, ripped the passenger side suspension out, windshield and passenger side windows cracked, cracked the windshield pillar, buckled the roof, the cab got pushed back into the bed, the engine was pushed into the firewall and the motor mount broke, the side rails of the frame bent and the cab is crooked.... hit so had even the rear bumper split apart. I agree with the look, but I think I could live with it for a $20k savings over Ford.... I'll never own another GM. I think i posted a while back that the Denali I traded for my ford is now going through the same process I went through on the Chevy.
  11. You don't like your F150 anymore? No thats not it. Was in an accident and its totaled. Can't get a good enough deal on an 18.... can save about $20k getting a Ram Limited.
  12. Who on here decided to replace their truck with a Ram? Thinking about getting one.
  13. Hey Guys and Gals, Long time no see. Just figured I'd stop by and see how this train wreck of a product was going. Glad to see some people figured out their own was of getting a resolution. Hopefully more people can figure out their own way. As for me, I'm still loving my 2016 F-150. Radio is great, ride is amazing, looks bad ass. Just a phenomenal truck all around. Hope everyone is doing well, I'll be checking back a little more frequently now. Not being a part of this train wreck anymore makes it a lot easier to come back and watch this sh*t show.
  14. Who could that have been? I'm a Mechanical Engineer... Here is the ASME code of ethics. https://www.asme.org/getmedia/3cd4a989-d024-47cd-93b7-74cf6b257977/Student-Design-Competition-Engineering-Code-of-Ethics.aspx ASME requires ethical practice by each of its members and has adopted the following Code of Ethics of Engineers as referenced in the ASME Constitution, Article C2.1.1. CODE OF ETHICS OF ENGINEERS The Fundamental Principles Engineers uphold and advance the integrity, honor and dignity of the engineering profession by: I. using their knowledge and skill for the enhancement of human welfare; II. being honest and impartial, and serving with fidelity their clients (including their employers) and the public; and III. striving to increase the competence and prestige of the engineering profession. The Fundamental Canons 1. Engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties. 2. Engineers shall perform services only in the areas of their competence; they shall build their professional reputation on the merit of their services and shall not compete unfairly with others. 3. Engineers shall continue their professional development throughout their careers and shall provide opportunities for the professional and ethical development of those engineers under their supervision. 4. Engineers shall act in professional matters for each employer or client as faithful agents or trustees, and shall avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of conflicts of interest. 5. Engineers shall respect the proprietary information and intellectual property rights of others, including charitable organizations and professional societies in the engineering field. 6. Engineers shall associate only with reputable persons or organizations. 2 P-15.7 11/05/06 7. Engineers shall issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner and shall avoid any conduct which brings discredit upon the profession. 8. Engineers shall consider environmental impact and sustainable development in the performance of their professional duties. 9. Engineers shall not seek ethical sanction against another engineer unless there is good reason to do so under the relevant codes, policies and procedures governing that engineer’s ethical conduct. 10. Engineers who are members of the Society shall endeavor to abide by the Constitution, By-Laws and Policies of the Society, and they shall disclose knowledge of any matter involving another member’s alleged violation of this Code of Ethics or the Society’s Conflicts of Interest Policy in a prompt, complete and truthful manner to the chair of the Committee on Ethical Standards and Review.
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