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hey guys im in the market for a new truck and would really like to get my self a brand new single cab long bed 3500 but i dont think they will sell me one with a srw.. so if not im just going to ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-24-2013, 06:03 PM
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hey guys im in the market for a new truck and would really like to get my self a brand new single cab long bed 3500 but i dont think they will sell me one with a srw.. so if not im just going to get the 2500 its just going to be a base work truck,.. the question i have is im up in the air on weather to get a std. or auto trans i heard good and bad things about both... what would you guys recomend.. any input would be great Thanks

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i will only own a stick but now there tuned them back compared to the autos cause they wont put a clutch in it

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Old 01-24-2013, 09:57 PM
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the autos are pretty good if you dont run a tuner with alot more power than stock. i got 145k on my 08 with no troubles.

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Old 01-27-2013, 03:48 PM
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besides the clutch and under powered motor do you think in the long haul it would be better than buying and auto.. i've had to get a couple autos rebulit in my newer vehicles and they coast a small fortune.. i'd imagin throwing a HD clutch in would be alot cheaper than rebuilidg an auto trns... the only thing is i sometimes have a lot of diff people driving my truck it is going to be a "work" truck and an auto is alot easier for guys to just get in and go Rather than burn the $**t out of my clutch!...
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when you have to repair, the clutch would be cheaper
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:38 PM
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Get a stick put a clutch and a tuner in it you will love it

double ought's Sig:2011 qcsb 4x4 mini max dpf & egr deletes afe intake

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