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Old 11-27-2008, 12:26 PM   #21
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Thanks.
Its the big V8. I get around 12 to 16 mpg

I would love to have a Hackney body - someday.

I just now noticed you are form Mesa. I ate at the Lone Star about a year or so ago.

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Old 11-27-2008, 10:27 PM   #22
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Those sprinters are starting to grow on me..of course the dually wheels ..
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Old 12-19-2008, 12:17 PM   #23
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man, thems are some nice rigs you guys. i'm currently rolling in the company bucket. i'm trying to undo all the abuse that's been meted out to it by all the other guys who've raw-hided it over the years. it's appalling to me how some guys will just wreck a nice truck in no time. these same guys treat their tools the same way. i guess they don't make the connection that the condition of their vehicle and tools is a direct reflection of the image they project about themselves.
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Old 12-19-2008, 09:44 PM   #24
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2007 Ford E450, 6.0 PSD, Curb door, rear ramp, central locking system w/remote, 1500 watt inverter, rear body lights,back up camera, a little work area with bench vise and guarded by a Colt model 1911. I love this truck have been working out of it for just over a year. Can work inside the truck in crappy weather. If I have to work ouside a night just plug my 500 watt work light in and instant light. Just open the cab door in the winter and a heated workshop. Speed rooter 91 rolls right up and down the rear ramp as does HWH and boilers and 4 wheeler. Had a couple of small leaks but got them repaired. Can't get it up some steep drives sometimes tail is long and rear bumper hits. What ta hell nothings perfect. Merry Christmas.
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Old 12-19-2008, 09:57 PM   #25
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I test drove a sprinter today and fell in love!! The whole thing is made by mercades, Gets way more per gallon than the e350. Very heavily considering it. Diesel engine. Fine piece of machinery. Extended warranty is a must though.
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I test drove a sprinter today and fell in love!! The whole thing is made by mercades, Gets way more per gallon than the e350. Very heavily considering it. Diesel engine. Fine piece of machinery. Extended warranty is a must though.
LOTS of problems with the Sprinter! Be careful! I was all hot and bothered for one a year or so ago. I finally started searching online for "Sprinter complaints" and "Sprinter problems" etc. I did the same for Isuzu. I found tons of complaints centering around about a half dozen problems with the Sprinter. I found nothing associated with Isuzu. There is only one thing I don't like about my Isuzu. It can be a rough ride sometimes. However, the thought of losing $1200 - $2500 dollars a day because the truck is in the shop plus the repair costs once it's out of warranty, left me thinking it was in my best interest to go with proven reliability. I know where most of the rough spots are and I either avoid them or slow down.
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:12 PM   #27
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Work Truck Pictures!-p.jpg



Next one is going to be bigger, longer, and uncut.



That truck, just because it is a truck, not a box van has landed me so much work that it's hard to say how much has been earned from it.


Being that it's red, always looks clean and mean, I'm always getting compliments on it.

I should, cost $45,000.00 back in 2005.


Been paying $700/month now for 3 years.



Can you see me urinating in that picture?

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Here`s mine,
I know it needs a little paint work but I have a ton of room for parts and sewer machines
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Hey I saw you pick up 123 mexicans in that truck! You got a lot of damn work to use all them!
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and they work and work cheap
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