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2003 RAM 1500 QC 4x4 with 5.9 L engine

From : miles

Q: damn! you drove within a 1/2 mile of my house! well damn......well have to hook up next time through! -- nathan w. collier http// .


From : bdk

adam root@localhost wrote not entirely sure what you mean by economy of scale here but... simple you have a few computers to support chrysler has millions of vehicles to support. if you had millions of computers to support you probably wouldnt be offering the guarantees and warrantys that you do now. dell doesnt ibm doesnt hell even panasonic doesnt. yes if they are willing to pay for it i buy premium parts. even those can be defective though and if that happens i am there to support the system. for example a video card unceremoniously died a week after the system was built. i was out there within an hour its a half-hour drive out to the sticks with a new card that i purchased and had the system fixed. that just dont happen with dell/compaq/hp/etc. so yes because ive only a couple computers to support i can offer very good support. economy of scale. yes the manifold gasket did last a long time and yes i do engine-brake with the manual trans. i will try to stop doing that. brakes are for stopping clutches are for starting. unless you like replacing parts needlessly. lol and what parts would that be. it puts no more stress on the clutch to engine brake then it does to accelerate if you do it correctly and adds a little life to the brake wear components as well. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving .