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Wait until you see what harm the EPA can do with this poll. The trend makes it look like we delete for selfish reasons only. Maybe we needed a third category to say we deleted to prevent mechanical problems instead of waiting around for them to happen and we prefer not to burn 25% more fuel to get the same job done.
Here's a quote I could see them saying to their senator in a witch hag voice...
"Just look at all those country folks deleting without any apparent reason...I told you they needed to be stopped. Please senator, provide us (EPA) with further funding and approvals so we can implement stricter enforcement laws and road side testing. Furthermore senator we wish to stop these performance companies from hiding behind the loop hole of selling products labeled as (off road use only)."
Deleted mine at 15,000. I knew I would run into problems if I would have kept it stock working the truck on the farm ( short trips with idling in the feilds when loading hay). I made my mind up on deleting after I seen the truck say 80% full only one time. I said to my self there is no way Im going to stop loading hay to drive this thing down the highway for 20min to let it regen
2012 Ram 2500 Laramie,Mini Maxx,Trans tune,H&S EGR & Cooler Delete,S&B intake,5''Tbe,8" Tip, All From Rollin Smoke Diesel,5" rough country long arm,37" toyo open country,Ride Rite Air Bags,100 gal. fuel tank,B&M gooseneck,3.73 gears
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