Gerry197
Gerry197
5/29/20
8:28 PM
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Sure, but that’s where the Ecoboost shines, it’s has 400 lb-ft of torque with more torque than hp, the opposite for the Pentastar, which only has 260 lb-ft. Read more

5/29/20
6:54 PM
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As a Jeep guy, this is very interesting to me. Also as a Jeep guy, this may finally force Jeep to do something about their engines in the Wrangler. Read more

5/28/20
11:06 PM
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That makes sense, it’s really if you are going to hit the mountain roads or canyons away from home.  Or take a trip to another town or something like that.   

5/28/20
9:36 PM
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That’s awesome. Yup, lots of blue and white ones as I recall. Here is mine back in the day....

5/28/20
9:29 PM
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I have old bikes, luckily I have AAA RV membership, I think $150 a year, which allows up to X4 free (up to 100-mile distance) tows that includes motorcycles. Read more

5/28/20
9:17 PM
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I had one for several years, a teal blue 1991 Geo Storm GSI, with a manual luckily. Bought it as my beater car. Read more

5/27/20
9:42 PM
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I always went for the sensible choice when it came to engines, more efficient, budget conscience, better on fuel and in the case of my Ecoboost 2.7L, faster than most V8s. Read more

5/27/20
3:09 AM
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The difference is that watch will probably be worth what you paid for it years from now, unlikely the case for a scale toy like this. Read more

5/26/20
1:11 PM
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12" of course, but that’s a long bed 4-door. You compared a short bed vs long bed, yea you are going to notice them for any truck including the same model, like a short bed vs long bed Tacoma. Read more

5/26/20
12:31 PM
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Not by much, I’ve seen them side by side. Don’t confuse some publications that measure width including the mirrors and some don’t, making it seem like the one is substantially wider than the other. The overall dimensions are close and both are still mid-sized. Read more

5/26/20
12:05 PM
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Just a note, we can blame the rest of the World for that, since all our mid-sized truck offerings are originally based on international platforms sold Worldwide first.  Read more

5/25/20
8:49 PM
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Sure, that’s a popular opinion.  Mine as well.  

5/25/20
5:04 AM
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Sales numbers won’t bear that out. There is a reason why they didn’t go in-house with the F86/Scion FRS, instead teaming up with Subaru and having them do the build. Read more

5/25/20
4:43 AM
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True is that it’s mostly BMW sourced parts/vendors, but it was a true co-design effort. It’s not based on a previous BMW platform. Read more

5/24/20
3:18 PM
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Seems like the spiritual successor to my SV650S I’ve been searching for.  But just more bike all around, will likely be getting one soon. Thanks for the review!

5/23/20
3:55 AM
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F1 has done that in the past, such as allowing a 3rd car for Friday practice to help lower teams out. Of course it came into controversy when that lower team started doing well, such as BAR-Honda which finished 2nd to Ferrari in the 2004 Championship.  The issue was they BAR-Honda arguably had the 2nd best car, but Read more

5/19/20
10:36 PM
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I had two of these Vectrex systems. First one we took with us to the Philippines on a Christmas trip and someone forgot to plug it into an 220 converter and it blew up. They had a local electrician fix it, but only after I went home. We left it there for our cousins to use. Read more

5/16/20
3:02 AM
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I love their movie reviews when they go over military movies, here is a good one....

5/16/20
2:01 AM
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Sorry to hear that man, currently have a Ram Rebel so I understand how you must be feeling. Read more