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damn...nice down payment on a new truck if they do write it off
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i have had my truck almost 6 years no accidents besides hitting a dog..i have never had to make a claim ..im on quarters now i got to see a chiropractor and possibly physical therapy..the doctor told me this morning that i tweaked something really good in my back..and the uniform people are so used to solders around here it dont phase them..lol kbb on my truck in fair condition is 8300 and usaa told me they would add some because of the modifications done if they total it..they gave me a estimate of between 9000 and 10000k based on the pics i sent them
not you in the past month. us as a forum total. there have been 3 accident theads this month.

that sucks about your back. it may be a month thing, a year thing, or a forever thing. only time will tell.

i forget that a lot of the east coast is military central. around here we have one base up north. 2 hours away. when a service member walks through a public place in uniform it gets really quite and everyone stares. its like an alien just came it. kinda funny actually.

when i was in virginia and north carolina the servicemen there just blend in with the regular people. like its nothing. funny how that works.

that quite sounds awesome. usually they give you the lowest kbb value possible. i can't believe they even taking your modifications in consideration. good for you. $10k will either buy you a really nice 04-06 ranger or make a sweet down payment on an F-150. or a 2011 Mustang GT :)))
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not you in the past month. us as a forum total. there have been 3 accident theads this month.

that sucks about your back. it may be a month thing, a year thing, or a forever thing. only time will tell.

i forget that a lot of the east coast is military central. around here we have one base up north. 2 hours away. when a service member walks through a public place in uniform it gets really quite and everyone stares. its like an alien just came it. kinda funny actually.

when i was in virginia and north carolina the servicemen there just blend in with the regular people. like its nothing. funny how that works.

that quite sounds awesome. usually they give you the lowest kbb value possible. i can't believe they even taking your modifications in consideration. good for you. $10k will either buy you a really nice 04-06 ranger or make a sweet down payment on an F-150. or a 2011 Mustang GT :)))
i need/want a truck because im pcsing to alaska and want something 4x4..im looking at crewcab f150's
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most of the time you have to keep all reciepts for the mods you did to your vehicle...thats the only time insurance companys will reimburse you for mods
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most of the time you have to keep all reciepts for the mods you did to your vehicle...thats the only time insurance companys will reimburse you for mods
they told me that aswell but also said that when the appraise the truck the will add whatever i dont take off into the value..we will see but if they do i will be happy..
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yea do you have the reciepts for your mods
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i have every receipt from every purchase i have made for my ranger. minus some REALLY little stuff.

oil changes, electrical, everything. guess i will be keeping them.
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Keep in mind, any payout for a totaled vehicle should also include the sales tax on it.
If they really low ball you, ask them how they came up with the value, and to show you comparable trucks for the price they want to buy it for.

Document everything, what hurts, how you feel, etc... If you're better in a few days, no big deal. But if you're in pain and it sticks around, you go to the chiropractor and doctors, etc, just document everything.
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dang man, hope you get to feelin better... and it sucks how people just can't seem to pay attention sometimes. Good luck with the truck and the insurance money.
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I feel for you, but you 101st guys are tough and I am sure in time this will all be behind you.
My son in law is MP at Fort Campbell and is a Ranger fan knowing I had a accident last month in my Ranger he saw your Truck and told me about your accident small world. I hope everything works out for ya and your back pain is only temporary.
Good luck!
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im with the mps aswell..lol im in hhd yea definately a small world
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That is hilarious, I'd give you his name but he has been screwing up lately not doing to well with his superiors. I'll be talking with my daughter and him tonight I'll ask if he knows you.
Did you just get back from Iraq also.?
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its official the ranger is totaled usaa called me today and told me to remove all personal items and equiptment from the truck by cob today..i got a rental vehicle until my claim is paid which is a 2010 chevy silveraldo 1500 crew cab z71..emergency room called me and told me that something is severely abnormal in my back and that i need to get a cat scan in the morning..usaa is aware and has informed me i will be getting paid pain and suffering as well as them paying the army for my medical expences..
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damn sucks to hear about the truck...rental truck sounds nice
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Screw the truck, take care of your back if it's [email protected]$k up do what the doctors tell you . Take it from someone who has been there four surgeries later I am walking and having fun again. 15 years mostly pain free.
Also sorry to hear about them totaling it but sounds like you will make out ok.Decided on what color your new what ever will be?
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Screw the truck, take care of your back if it's [email protected]$k up do what the doctors tell you . Take it from someone who has been there four surgeries later I am walking and having fun again. 15 years mostly pain free.
Also sorry to hear about them totaling it but sounds like you will make out ok.Decided on what color your new what ever will be?
im taking care of my back it hurst so bad and i dont want to increase that..i havent decided on what im getting yet..when i get an amount they are going to pay for the ranger im going to use it on a downpayment on a brand new truck full loaded and crew cab are my requirements..im looking at chevys and fords..im really leaning towards a f150 but then again after driving my rental i really like it so im undecided at the moment color options are red, black, blue
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New vehicles are really not worth it.... I have had mine for 2 years and It is on my top 5 most regrettable decisions. WAY to expensive... I think you will be much happier with something that is a few years old.... Although with a truck the value really holds unlike with my car.
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when i say brand new i mean new to me and newer than what i had..lol i cant bite the bullet and buy something new guess i should use the term used
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Definitely part it out...

I bought an 02 Ranger for my son who promptly flipped it one month to the day later. Fortunately we escaped major damage to both my son and the truck but now I'm searching for a new bed and a door for the driver side.

Hope you are feeling better soon and that the woman responsible has great insurance!!
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Come drive my truck around and total It out please!!!!!
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Damn those prices are outrageous, i did a quick search and came up with these.
2005 Ford F150 FX4 in Gulf Freeway, TX- 7015941 at carmax.com

2005 Ford F150 FX4 in Columbus, OH- 6617106 at carmax.com

http://www.rpgreseller.com/ps2-273/*2005-ford-f150-4x4*tuscany-conversion*f150-supercrew*-$9500-444135.html
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that sucks man. i hope things work out for you in hte end. it's good to see that your not gonna be paying for anything.
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That first one is about 10,000 over price, thats insane. That second one I wouldn't pay over 18k for.
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