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Major Malfunction
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Feb 23
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Some tires are better than others even if they are from a “lower tier”. And in most cases, the driver really has zero ability to utilize the tire to its limits or made for intentions. Most people just have no idea or concept of how a vehicle could/should handle, stop, traction, etc. The average consumer is an idiot Read more

Nov 24
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This is a perfect example for people who think its so easy to get a gun or carry a gun. Once you look at what you have to do in order to follow the law, you realize it takes ridiculous amounts of red tape and MONEY to get what you want. And you can also see why laws like this only cause more problems then they are Read more

Sep 18
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One important detail you didn’t mention. You see, in the travel trailer business, these things are built as cheap as possible. That means the axles and frame are the base minimum. Adding batteries would require massive beefing of these components. You now just made the price go up by 30-50% for a recreation vehicle. Read more

Sep 15
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This bullshit of defunding the police and instead channel it to social workers is fucking hilarious. I was a firefighter for 17 years. My wife is in EMS for 25+. Plenty of friends and relatives in law enforcement. If you aren’t in the game and have real world experience with it, how can you say THIS is the answer? And Read more

May 20
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The 14" electric chainsaw was incredible for me....until I couldn’t shut it off. Checked their website and sure enough, safety recall. I had used it for a couple of years before it stuck. Took it in and they replaced it with a new one. I have a wood burning stove and its great for cutting things down to size before I Read more

Apr 21
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The problem with that is the unique situation we are in. It doesn’t matter if you are under or over water with the quarantine, etc. Who you going to sell it to in order to get out of this? Either way, your credit is wrecked because you default. And once we are out of this mess, the used car business is going to be a Read more

Mar 11 2020
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I’m a unmodified diesel owner of a 2018 Ram 2500. To me, the modern diesel is simply amazing. But checking the internet and forums, its equally amazing how many owners think its absolute BS that the EPA sticks their nose in my business. Doesn’t matter that at one point the Cuyahoga River actually caught on fire Read more

Mar 10 2020
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2 simple answers to why traffic is worse. One, way more distractions to the driver via phones, texting, touch screens, etc. Driving their vehicle is almost a distraction to whatever they are doing at that point. Read more

Mar 10 2020
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I think this is a win,win. It keeps this cretins off the street AND anyone dumb enough to stand that close to these “professional” drivers doing burn outs will also be naturally selected.

Mar 2 2020
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I’m 50. Owned and driven cycles the last 30 years. I could never understand the appeal of the Harley. To me, always seemed way over priced and way unreliable. I looked at a Sportster before I bought my Honda Nighthawk back in the 90s. I fondly recall the stock gas tank was 2.3 gallons. Uh....who at the company Read more

Feb 17 2020
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Way back in 1992, I had a Honda Nighthawk 750. Jetting it out, K&N filters, and Supertrapp exhaust; I could hit 12s with a standard motorcycle that redlined at an “incredible” 8,000 rpm. This was my everyday driver in my poor early 20s and still got 40+ mpg! Read more

Feb 16 2020
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This is the very reason I’m scratching my head why so many people think electric pickups are going to be incredible. If you buy a half ton and is it as a grocery getter, then maybe there’s a market. I have 3/4 ton diesel and pull a travel trailer all over the country when we go on vacations. An EV is never going to be Read more

Feb 14 2020
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Is anyone else lost on the fact that Nissan and Toyota absolutely dominate the mid size pickup market but absolutely suck at the full size pickup market?

Feb 10 2020
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 My wife wanted a new 4 door Wrangler. Like most uniformed buyers,I just went with it. And once you get to a dealer and get the bells and whistles, it’s $40k or more and is just terrible as a daily driver. Looked at used ones and they just hold their value a little too much for my taste. I can’t see spending $30k plus Read more

Feb 3 2020
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I’m 49. I have seen plenty of my portly friends buying Peloton, posting about how great it is on social media, and then its collecting dust within 6 months. That’s usually the norm for almost any exercise equipment or gym membership these days with people in my age group. These people have been out of shape for so Read more

Jan 31 2020
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Yeah I went there looking for information about the Cybertruck. WOW WOW WOW is the Kool-Aid strong there. Tesla’s could regularly catch on fire and they would dismiss it by saying “so they run a little hot, HATER!”. I asked if there was a legit SAE test for the tow rating on the Cybertruck and you would have thought I Read more

Jan 7 2020
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That model was terrible. That revision of the engine was a generation behind and unrefined. Every review of the truck with the diesel was piss poor. And for all the extra money, it towed about the same as the gas model. I looked at one before buying a Ram 2500. The Titan was as expensive but only 1/2 ton performance. Read more

Jan 4 2020
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I’ve owned all different kinds of pickups over the last 25 years. I have no brand loyalty. I find it so dumb to not explore the best value, technology, reliability, etc. Wheni shopped for a new 3/4 ton, I researched every brand. Even a Nissan Titan XD with a diesel. Oh what an overpriced outdated platform. Read more

Dec 16 2019
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If the batteries are depleted, there’s a good chance the tow vehicle would no longer be capable of actually towing the dead weight on its own. So you are right back where you started at for safety reasons. I would not be able to take it out for the week end and use it if there’s a chance I will kill the battery. And Read more