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  1. Man that’s some crazy ****, err stuff. all the best to your daughter! It’s awfully scary being a parent. At work we are essential too, but trying hard to maintain some distance and stay healthy incase were called upon to help.
  2. I’m sorry for your loss I don’t have much time in my brothers’17 F-250 but each time I’m in it I respect my Ram more. But in reality they are good trucks too, and it seems Ford might finally have a decent engine again. I do really like how Ford does their front hubs and sunroof!
  3. Stay home, hoard TP. j/k, don’t hoard TP.
  4. That quake was quite interesting! I've been thru quakes before but was still in disbelief for a few seconds as Boise isn't a common place to shake.
  5. I'm pretty excited, more so than I should be for a fuel tank.
  6. The problem with the current numbers and mortality rate is that we know a lot of people have it and aren’t being tested... we just don’t know how many. I’ve seen it estimated that this is less deadly than the common flu, and I’ve seen it estimated as more. I’m inclined to think it’s the lower number, based on how mild the symptoms can be. People with mild symptoms aren’t even being tested for the most part. I’m betting it ends up around polio on that chart, maybe even more to the right... but I don’t think higher. Of course that’s just my opinion based on combining all the info I’ve seen, and my lack of a medical degree. The effect on the economy will be far worse that the effect on the population. That’s what’s so scary about this reaction.
  7. It's installed and ready for a test drive... just waiting on a part to finish my Titan tank install. Removal at the spindle was easy, but removal at the pitman arm was a PITA. All in all it's a good looking piece. Reimbursement form has been submitted to FCA and I'll update with their answer. If they deny it then I'm still happier spending $137 than a ridiculous weld fix.
  8. Dodge was long known for a great Powertrain with a lower quality wrapper.... Ram is not known for that, but carries the previous Dodge stigma. I have had an 05 Dodge 3500 SLT and now my 18 Ram 3500 Laramie. I never had any issues with the 05’s cab/interior but the 18 has a better fit and finish, and feel to it. My brother has a 17 F250 and it’s more like my older dodge than my newer Ram. Yes it has bells and whistles (and a bad *** sunroof!!) but the build quality doesn’t feel like it’s there. Time will tell I guess. But you’re asking these questions on a MOPAR forum, we’re just a little biased. Chevy has good interiors, good frames, decent Powertrain, but also IFS. I grew up on bow tie and don’t want to deal with IFS suspensions on a HD truck. I want a solid axle front end. I’m also a Toyota fan and still own a 4Runner. I’ve had several Toyota’s over the last 20 years and they are great but they don’t have a truck worth buying for use as a HD truck. Same with Nissan, thou the Titian HD is a decent 5/8 ton... ugly, but decent.
  9. I would try to avoid the 07.5-12 6.7 Cummins for emissions reasons. Poor mileage, hard on the motor, etc. It’s also getting harder to delete. I also wouldn’t ever own a 6.7 Furd, but they are seeming to hold up. Hard to do any maintenance yourself though, as they really need the cab to come off for any decent motor work. If it were my money it would go towards a 14+ Cummins. 2500 vs 3500 will depend on use, and transmission desire. The frame/suspension is also greatly improved over the 03-12/13 frame/suspension.
  10. The US had the most cases, but not the most deaths. China still has nearly 3x the deaths. Thou the US death rate will likely rise in the coming days based on how far into this we are. Idaho went form 0 to 3 deaths in a 30 minute span yesterday. You also have to consider the availability of test kits today versus December-February. More people being tested means more known cases. There are still presumed to be a large number of mild cases not being tested/treated.
  11. I went to the downtown Winco yesterday. They are only out of paper products, and some bulk stuff..rice/flour/ some beans. Plenty of other food, meat, fresh produce, beer, wine, etc. the store looked mostly normal and wasn’t very crowded. I also went to Costco for some moonglow juniper bushes and they weren’t busy. Most things in stock. Food is likely to not be an issue now that the initial panic is over.
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