Sorry to add to your viewer count, but I came in here to see if I could learn something as well. Guess I should maybe start my own thread about...
I just came across this and found it rather interesting given that this thread has made a left turn - "Unsuccessful people like to talk about what...
Use photobucket or email it to me and I can use my photobucket for you.
Just like my old hockey coach always used to tell us, "Hockey is 50% mental, 50% physical and 50% luck" . . . er, something like that :biggrin_2559:
Sweet! Post up some pictures.
Exactly what I was thinking.
You're probably right. #### crackheads! They ruin everything.
What about Florida is so bad? I hear this a lot and would like to know as I'm just starting out. If no one is making any money here, then who is...
Holy thread from the dead.
Probably should be called "wait" station :biggrin_25525:
80's rock and you live in Florida? I think we are kindred spirits :biggrin_25520:
Only problem is, I don't have a CDL.
Anyway, back to your original question. I have been told that the Dodge with a manual transmission is the way to go. I would go with the Ford. But...
And, doesn't insurance go up with a larger vehicle like that? Also, I think it puts you over 26000 lbs which opens you up to a whole can of...
Good point. A lot easier than buggin you guys about something I could easily google myself. I will definitely do that, thanks.
Thanks, that's exactly what I was hoping to hear.
Since you're in Florida, feel free to pass some tips along in a PM if you would :-)
I would like to get a Duramax, but there seems to be a lot of F350's around that are lightly used and cheaper. How is you Duramax holding up for you?
Well ain't that a booger :biggrin_25512:
I love the idiots that stop at the end of the ramp :biggrin_25510: