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Old 02-06-2011
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Get the 4.0 over the 3.slow 3.0 has the mpg of a 4.0 but the power of the 2.3. 4x4 always i wish i had 4x4 on my truck and extended cab you have no idea how useful that extra space is!
I believe you are wrong. The 3.0 doesn't have as much power as the 2.3. lol
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I believe you are wrong. The 3.0 doesn't have as much power as the 2.3. lol
Prolly not if were talking about the new 2.3 but the old lima 2.3/2.5 i believe it was under 15Hp difference.
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