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Old Yesterday, 01:31 AM
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Looks good, enjoy. You want regret getting the 2500!
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Thanks! It happened. Lots of mixed feelings giving up the old red Ram. It was a great truck. They pretty much already have it sold, which doesn't surprise me. I am feeling the excitement as the day rolls on. Half the family is yet to ride in it, including my wife. She is excited about it as well.

Speaking of experience, the buying experience was much better than the last couple times, but that was 13 & 14 years ago.

It's in the driveway, and the tonneau cover is on. The tire pressure was out of sight, > 80 psi on two tires, and 90+ on the other two. Door jam says 65 cold for rear, 60 for front. I don't want to trip TPMS, so I went with 70 in the rear and 65 in the front. Will see how that rides. I attached a pic of Big Red. Now I'm going to go find some errands to run so that I can drive it
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Congrats!

Odd that is specifies more pressure for the rear than the front. Unloaded its usually the other way around
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sharp truck best of luck to you.
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