Join Date: Oct 2017
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Then I'd do the Build and Price thing, write down the options, prices and some notes, then get the real option list from your dealer and go over it.
Yes, it can be a bit time consuming, but that way you'll get exactly what you want, or at least as close to it as conflicting options allow.
Maybe if we start telling people that the brain is an app, they will start using it?
'14 1500 V6, '17 3500 C&C, plus a '19 3500 6.4 in the household.