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Old 03-30-2017, 01:55 PM   #1
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Like a Bad Habit

I see lots of reintroduction here, so I will do the same. I sold my last CTD in 2011, as diesel reached 4.50/gallon. Regretted it ever since. After a 2011 Tundra (great truck for a gasser) and an 2014 Ecodiesel (great truck for a commuter), I am finally back in a CTD. Although never far away (with Ranch trucks and family) it is nice to be back in a CTD for a daily driver. As usual it is great to read all the info shared and will be looking to get more as I "improve" on FCA's idea of what my truck should be. Thanks and a pic of my new to me ride. 2016 Ram Laramie. First month has been:Tires, steps, Rhino Liner, B&W gooseneck, all speakers replaced.




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