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The new truck ... part 2

Discussion in '6.7L 3rd Gen Cummins' started by fatcat, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. fatcat

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    Just in case anyone is interested in what the 4500 looks like with an 11' AirFlo dump body ....
     

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    Sweet looking work truck.

    Didja keep the 97 for play?
     
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    Sweet Baby!!!!!!!!:thumbsup:

    I would love to borrow that for a couple days
     
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    Ah yes, I am keeping the old 97 just in case (knock on wood) any EGR or DPF gremlins appear that keep the new truck down for a day or two.

    That old 12 valve is just too good to give up and to damn easy to work on.

    The new truck will be a worker only and mainly on weekends, so the milage will be low every year, but hard miles.
     
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    You and everyone in my neighborhood and at work.

    I got people asking to hire me for some work with it, but since its a "Not For Hire" truck (Ahhhuumm), I can't leagally take any money for doing any work for someone using the truck. :angel:
     
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    Uh huh! :rolleyes:
     
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    Looks better now with the box on it. ;Really :thumbsup:
     
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    NICE MOPAR ;Sweet
     
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    hows the miles per gallon
     
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    At this time I only have a little over 600 miles on the truck.

    The computer tells me I am getting just under 13 mpg. I have yet to hand calculate a tank full since I have only burnt about a tank and a half.

    It is only a weekend truck used for hauling and towing. Its basically a 50% empty and 50% loaded situation.

    Hopefully it will see a little better milage as the miles go by, but then again I didn't buy the truck for its fuel efficiency.
     

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