Old 10-16-2009, 10:25 PM   #1
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Is it me or does the new 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 look similar to a Baldwin Shark?

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Old 10-17-2009, 03:03 AM   #3
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I thought there was something the first time I saw one of those trucks. Regardless, it's still a Dodge and Consumer Reports does not recommend any Chrysler - Dodge - Jeep products. So ... expect that Dodge to have a similar lifespan and reliability as those Baldwin Sharks.
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I thought there was something the first time I saw one of those trucks. Regardless, it's still a Dodge and Consumer Reports does not recommend any Chrysler - Dodge - Jeep products. So ... expect that Dodge to have a similar lifespan and reliability as those Baldwin Sharks.
Can't believe them, At work we all want a the Dodge's as the fords and chevy's all need to go in the shop. 100% true.
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Can't believe them, At work we all want a the Dodge's as the fords and chevy's all need to go in the shop. 100% true.
Huh?
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The Dodge's are holding up much better. 3 hard core Chevy guys have Dodge trucks at home now, The Chevy 1 toners are not holding up well and lack the power the Dodge's have. We have one Ford 1 toner and I will not say how bad that is, made a good plow truck till it got some miles on it.
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Old 10-24-2009, 12:04 AM   #8
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Ya'll need to leave Dodge alone. I had a 93 Dakota that didn't die until it had 320,000 miles on it. My 97 Dakota is pushing 200,000 miles.
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