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Should I buy a new Ford or Dodge half ton Crew Cab 4x4 in the spring?

Dodge or Ford Crew Cab half ton 4x4?  

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  1. 1. Dodge or Ford Crew Cab half ton 4x4?

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Does your Rubicon fit back there?
Have not even tried to yet. Best guess is the tailgate will not close with it in the bed. The inside of the bed measures 6 ft 3inches. I have a 6.5 ft by 14 ft trailer that I use. When I side load the Ruby it has almost no extra space between the sides on my trailer. Edited by BuckBilly

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I work for the Gov. and we bid out all of our Vehicles....Over the last 15 yrs I have driven them all....I have to tell ya,,,,The F150 by far has been the most reliable so far. We get rid of them at about 100K miles. That happens about every 2 yrs..Seems like the Mechanics are busy on everything but the Fords...:laugh: Just yesterday at work I had to Pull out KW Loaded 5 Yard Truck with my GAS F250 Work Truck....Wish I would have gotten a Picture of that:skeptic:

But I own a F250 PSD and Im on my 5th Turbo....:confused:

Its a Crap Shoot!!!!!!!!

heyyy mwke, what year's your ford? we have an 05 f250 psd and the turbo skips from time to time.....:aargh:

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