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Old 09-09-2013, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by brandonjansen View Post
No worries Kyle, unfortunately that's how things go sometimes. As you said, your truck looks great the way it is now anyway.

I definitely see where you're at with spending the money to get the BDS kit as well. I don't have any issues with RCX but if you plan on keeping the truck for quite a while I'd spend the cash and get the BDS kit. So far that's what I'm leaning towards for my 3500 as well (a few years down the road).
if I didn't need a truck so damn bad, I'd get rid of it and save myself some money for awhile. I have my beater car, so I wouldn't be vechicle-less. but i dont know what I'd do without my truck. None of my friends have one...we would never be able to go camping/tailgating/fishing all of that. It'd be horrible.
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