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  1. Thanks guys for the info. My only problem is that I don't know enough about desiels, mainly the new ones, to know what I would be getting into. I have been doing a lot of ready and talking to friends that own and have owned one. A lot of mixed opinions and I think that is what I am going to get, just like arguing who has the better truck, Chevy or Ford or Dodge. Cowpie: Not sure on the size of trailer yet, planing on looking at them this sping/summer to get an idea of what we want. As for terrain we a looking at the mountains of WV and the Smokey Mountains. Also taking trips to the north east and maybe the beach. Not going out west anytime soon but not out of the question in about 8-10 years. fondupot: I want to get something I am not going to have to trade up for a while. I am trying to avoid have a payment on a truck and a trailer at the same time. I am the kind of person that takes out a three year loan to get it paid off a fast as possible.
  2. OK so I need some help deciding. Currently we have a 2010 Silverado 1500 extended cab. We also have a 9 month old son and we have been talking about trying for our second sometime in August or September. Getting my son in and out of the extended cab is fine but once we have our second it is going to be very hard to have both in my truck so I am looking at getting something with a bigger cab. My wife and I have also been talking about getting a travel trailer so this is why I have been looking at the 2500s or F250s. It will be a little while before we get the travel trailer, 3-4 years. Why not get the truck now so that way we are not buying a truck and a travel trailer at the same time. I really like the diesels but for the first 3-4 years of its life it is mainly going to be a daily driver to and from work, about 20 miles each why, and trips to HomeDepot. Should I get pony up and get the diesel or just opt for the gas? Also I live in West Virginia so we would be travel throughout the state, without a trailer at first and then later with, and the surrounding areas with longer trips as the kids get older. Thanks for the help!
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