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Old 07-31-2012, 12:02 PM   #29
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I own a Dodge Dually personally, but the best choie of a tow vehicle is the one that has the support of a caring dealer network to back you up! In my area I would not send my worst enemy to any of our GM dealers, and the Ford dealer is WORSE! All 3 makers have their quirks, but which one you can find an HONEST dealer to support and take care of your equipment is a true WINNER.
That is another great point...

Buying a new vehicle, you will have to deal with the dealers around you. As much as I personally prefer Fords, I wouldn't send the sociopath coworker I despise to deal with the morons at the Ford dealer close to my home, instead I drive ~30 miles (which is a lot considering how much closer I have so many other Ford Dealers) to a different one to get decent and honest service.

You should join the various forums for the big three to get input and see if there are any reviews of the dealers in your area.
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I may be missing something but I could not find a place where trucks may be up for sale. If there is such a place here on iRV2, could you please point me to it? I have found several possibles on the 'Net but thought I'd check here as well. Thanks.
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If you go to the top of this page, just below the banner panoramic photo is a light green menu bar. One of the options is Classifieds - you might check there.

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