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Well I'm sad to see my 2014 silverado go, but I couldn't pass up a deal on 2007 dodge 3500 quad cab SRW cummins 6 speed manual. I bought my truck new and have kept it well maintained. I will stick around the forum because I like to hear the topics that are talked about. 

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4 hours ago, lordathey said:

Well I'm sad to see my 2014 silverado go, but I couldn't pass up a deal on 2007 dodge 3500 quad cab SRW cummins 6 speed manual. I bought my truck new and have kept it well maintained. I will stick around the forum because I like to hear the topics that are talked about. 

Congratulations on your new to you truck!

 

Life is about driving what makes you happy.

 

 

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I’m sort of in the same boat as you, except I hung on to my 2015 Sierra Denali, but I purchased a 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7 Cummins a year ago. I’m now well versed about this truck and have done a lot to it, so if you need any suggestions/input, shoot me a PM.


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