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Old 08-11-2009
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Well I have driven a duramax for a while and in the last month or so I have put a little less than 2500 miles on it and my dad said I could have it if I take over the payments. Which is 500 a month. So about 750 or more in a month for a truck that I dont even need. So I have been in the market for a while. Tomorrow there is a auction and I am looking at 2 trucks. Both need work.

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2004 120k. Would need to do something with bed.

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If anyone put a bed on there truck and painted it could you give me a ***** park price.

Or give Ideas for making a bed.

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is the ranger 4x4? if so flatbed/SAS/wheels and tires
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Yes it is and you have alot of money.
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if you buy the ranger you should be able to find a complete bed pretty easily and chances are you could even find a white one.
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not all at once. lol. at least w/ a flatbed you wont have to worry about painting and makin sure the paint looks good and matches. sell the bed on it to make up for the flat bed.
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I would go for the ranger, its got 4x4 while the Chevy doesn't going by looks. I don't know if you get a lot of snow where you are, but 2x4 doesn't cut it for me personally. And with the bed, sell it and with the money I would just try to find a another normal white one.
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I knew it wouldnt last long.
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get the ranger and sell the ugly work box
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It went for 4500. Should have bought it. Oh well. I could have put axle on dog shed and made 1500 for that and had a bed painted and stuff.
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