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allright, right now im lookin at used diesels i dont want a dodge that looks good, 4x4 4 door at least but my family and friends keep sayin to stick with an automatic instead of manual. the reason i want a manual is so i can put stacks on and blow smoke on everyone in my path. i have found a few nice 2500 and 3500 diesels that are manual.. but really all im gona use the truck for is daily driver, pull my scuba gear around for diving, pull a boat and rv, mudding and hunting. so im not sure if an automatic would be good for stacks and blowin smoke, but i do know a manual is.. any thoughts of what would be better ...or if stacks on an automatic is good idea. oh yea, im 19 and i live in texas
rofl, so driving a truck is a sport.. i dont think everyone in here is driving on a nascar track. and i hate to tell u but if u come down south u will see allot of people with diesels that have stacks. if u dont like it dont flame me and also go north of the mason dixon line
All of the brand loyal BS aside (i own all brands and they all have their strong and weak points, they are all crap), i would take a ford body/interior with a chev suspension and mayyybbe a cummins in it. That to me would be the cats azz of a setup (unless you want to bag the out of it, then the front end will go cross-eyed!)
Your lack of maturity will also not go over very well on these forums.
People like YOU are the reason diesels are getting nailed so hard by emissions...
If you want smoke, buy a rice burner and light it on fire. to go around with a diesel truck blowing smoke everywhere only makes YOU look like an azz. not to mention everyone with a FAST diesel will just look at your piece of crap setup and laugh. Smoke = waste of fuel, your not running a 3000hp sled puller, you have no legit reason to make anything more than a haze, stop being a poser.
2007 Laramie 3500, 4.5" RevTek, 35x12.5 ProComp MTRs, buckstop front+rear, bullydog TD, BD RFI intake, Lightforce 140s in the bumper, 240HIDs up top
1997 SLT 2500, 5.5" fabtech, 36x13.5 IROKs, 5x12s, s300, 4kgsk, inj pump FUBAR
rofl dude, im not into pulling a sled. i got a tractor for that. i have driven fords and chevy. i dont like them. currently i own a 01 dodge 1500 gass auto, but i want a diesel. i have my own opinions on the different truck brands. also another thing is why flame me for my own opinions?
lol ford and chevy thats funny, anyone who knows trucks know they $uck. cummins is the best at blowin black smoke and for everyone who has one knows it. and stop being tree-huggers. u own a diesel.
So the engines that smoke the least are pieces of junk? Powerstrokes and Duramaxes can be modified to blow excessive smoke too. I just prefer to smoke cigarettes...that way I look cool standing by my truck.
2002 6-speed, 5 inch straight pipe, Icebox, Edge Drag Comp, +100 hp injectors from Diesel Auto Power, Isspro pyrometer, mechanical boost guage & electric fuel pressure gauge. FASS 95, Valair kevlar/ceramic clutch...
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