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Old 08-30-2011, 06:26 PM
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Ya well said. Another thing you need to consider is that the diesel especially the cummins, needs to be worked to stop plugging from build ups on injectors, valving and what not. Theres also more to go wrong in a diesel and the repair bills are through the roof! Fuel pumps, injectors computers are very expensive. I got a 2011 High Output Cummins and I love it but Im already planning to buy a gas job for the winter and for my normal day to day.
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