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Old 10-20-2006, 01:58 PM   #1
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ford reliability

I took out rebuilt and put the transmission back in my truck two weekends ago Now the heater core just went out. gotta pull the whole dash to get to it. Built ford tuff. Oh well it could be worse i could have a chevy.
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Yea, you could have a GM or Dodge motor and not need to ever pull it.

What a pitty
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Yea, you could have a GM or Dodge motor and not need to ever pull it.

What a pitty
I said transmission. By the way I'm not daft enough to think that one of the truck companies have more problems than the other.......are you that daft???


they all have their problems. the trans i believe is the previous owners care. My dad has a exp one year late rthan mine and has 280,000 miles on it with absolutely no probs at all.
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Yea, you could have a GM or Dodge motor and not need to ever pull it.

What a pitty


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. You should ask a guy at my shop what he thinks of Dodge trucks.
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