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  1. That’s a beauty! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Good. Yea when my problem happened it was like the trans just didn’t know what to do then bam. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Most definitely will take it back. Just glad it was under warranty. So far so good [emoji1696]. I thought it had been shifting a little funny leading up to the failure. Seems these transmissions just have issues. Has the reman transmission been trouble free? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Not a frequent poster to the forum but I thought I might share my issue. I was driving along at normal speed approaching a turn up the mountain. My speed slowed slightly and as I went to give it some gas and the transmission decided to make some hard shift and loose power. I was able to limp it back to my house which was 3 miles away. Had it towed to the dealer and here is the results. I will add a couple pics of the truck also. One with her summer shoes and one with the winter boots. Truck has right about 60k. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Your insurance should be working it all out for you. That why you pay them. I would also be talking to Dr. to get that sore body of you and your daughter checked out. Then a lawyer for all your pain and suffering. Yes a lawyer will take his part but thats just how the system works. You need GOOD LAWYER not a bum. I have never been in your situation but have had friends who have and they seem to come out with a nice chunk of change.
  6. I have the KO2 and love them so far. What ever tire you chose I don't think worrying about a couple MPG's is that big a deal. I mean we did buy trucks rght?. I bought a set of 18's from Craigslist a and went with the 285 KO2's. Have not gone back to the 20's since.
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