Paul, Thanks for the t-shirt. It made it to the Arctic Circle and beyond! Too cold to wear it. Winter came early, a bit
tough camping, but better than being in a Louisiana swamp for me. Great talks, and enjoyed visiting. See you next time
in Lafayette. J
hahaha yea it was a ok buying experience , great trip back from Denver tho and then latched on the camper and headed to Biloxi ! did 17 mpg back from Denver , and 14 pulling camper to Biloxi impressed lol .
once I arrived in Denver and arrived to the dealership I was little pissed off, as the sales guy said it was super clean only has 2 little scratches , well it has tons of scratches and buffer trail marks , good thing I detail cars and can fix it all but not th point , also went test drive it and the steering wheels was off a few degrees to the left , and the vehicle was super twitchy so I knew the ligament was off, well it was like 6 pm and alll the tech guys had left and they said I would have to stay till am till get that fixed , sooo I raised hell and told him bring me back to airport I'm done ... he went chat with manager who called the big wig who then gave me 500 off and told me take it and bring to alignment place once home and send them the receipt and they would pay for it , made them write that down lol , any way made it back and first thing in am got it taken care of and faxed them the copy , fun times ... as for s the 2000 miles I put on it in few days it was great !!!
We could all do without those shotty salesman if they would just tell it like it is I guess they wouldn't be salesman. Glad the big wig had sense enough to make good on the deal. How'd it do towing the camper? I hooked up Paul's trailer with the 40 on it last week. It had plenty power but if I towed a load much I'd swap out those rear coils for a heavier set. I went with the mediums when I did the lift vs the heavies I had on the 80. I do need a brake controller the brakes were taxed with the larger tires and trailer.