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Old 11-02-2009, 08:58 PM
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Can't even hide behind the truth I guess.

As both a ford and a dodge owner I can tell you which is a superior ride and which has more power. I won't touch a chevy/GMC even with some slightly better numbers from their diesel. The dodge Cummins makes better power off of 6 cylinders and has a much beefier low-end, and fewertransmission problems now than before since they switched to the allison-clone transmission. Look at what all the sled pullers are running, almost all the top names are running a Dodge Cummins, OR they've got a Ford SuperDuty/cummins swap. Now, the silverados have a smoother ride and better top end when hauling, and their HDs run a Dana60 or 80, I can't remember exactely.
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