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I'm happy to be part of the community again after a long pause from personally owning a diesel. But thanks to a wealth of experience with work trucks since about 2010 I feel pretty confident about my new adventure!

2011 dually with the cowboy interior, 70k miles
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2013 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 long wheel base 85k miles hammerhead bumpers front and back recon lights
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Congrats good looking ride my friend
 

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More will come I promise, weather is killing me right now LOL


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I bought my 2010 two years ago with 46,000 miles.
 

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Nice rig, that’ll get the job done!
 

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Thank you guys, I can't believe I found a non-def Cummins with less miles than my 2017 gas powered trade had!

I bought my 2010 two years ago with 46,000 miles.
That is awesome find daltana! I had been looking at 3/4 and 1t for over a week and lowest miles pre-2012 diesel I could find was a ranch truck with steel bumpers and trashed interior. This came up with no pictures, I called the guy the day after it traded for a new escalade at a cadillac dealership and "claimed" it, manager was going to send it to auction LOL because of year (people can't finance these old trucks) I'm happy with 68k miles and 1875hrs on the clock.
 
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Gator398, the first 2011 3500 I looked at on a dealership lot was a red Laramie Longhorn that, other than the color, was an identical twin to yours. It listed for 58K and the dealer wouldn't offer any price break even though the 2012 trucks were out. I ended up with a 2011 2500 Laramie from a dealer a few hours away. At 70,000 miles the previous owner did the break-in for you.LOL I swear that my Cummins wasn't fully broke-in until it was over 80,000.
 
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Man that is a great find! 7k miles a year is nothing! It doesn't even have a goose neck or 5th wheel hitch. Probably never even worked hard. Congrats!
 
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