Looking for a new truck? Lonemountain just got some. Only $72,500 down & $3,055 for 60 months

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  1. Kenworth6969

    Kenworth6969 Medium Load Member

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  3. diamondd817

    diamondd817 Light Load Member

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    $255,800.

    At least it's a 500 Cummins and a 13spd.
     
  4. 201

    201 Road Train Member

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    What's the hubub, bub? According to some, they make great money,,,this great? 5 years, look at it this way, in 3 years, that truck better have half a million miles on it, needs work, and still those $3000 dollar payments. How could you possibly win here, except buy another new one and start all over. You got that much faith in our society today, by all means, have at it.
     
  5. Oscar the KW

    Oscar the KW Going Tarpless

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    166,666 miles a year? That’s working WAY to hard for me. But yeah, the hell with $3000 payments!
     
  6. Catmando

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    Boy is that a deal ... HARD PASS on that deal especially with the economy the way it is
     
  7. Freddy57

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    My Cascadia I bought last year for 43,000 would cover the down payment part...and only 3k a month....what could possibly go wrong with that deal...LOL
     
  8. andrewsdad

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    With such an aerodynamic truck as that with the fuel savings alone, you'll scrape up the 3K in monthly payments in no time.
     
  9. shooter19802003

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    Same here, I'm lucky to put on 100k a year...and that's too much as far as I'm concerned.
     
  10. shooter19802003

    shooter19802003 Road Train Member

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    There really isn't that big of difference. Kinda apples in oranges, but.....
    My 99 379 with a c15 gets in the low 7s consistently while tooling around the Midwest. Plus it's not down every other week for emissions. Now, I don't know what a new one would get to compare.
     
  11. Catmando

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    Why don't you jump on the deal then with that thought process then let us know a year from now how its working out of ya...
     
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