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      QUADZILLA TUNE REPOSITORY - There is now a Quadzilla tune download area. When you submit a tune file to the download area it will automatically create a forum topic that allows discussion of your tune. So export your tune and upload it to the site. Then we all can help out in building better tunes. Check it out gang...
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Another Million mile Dodge to the record books...

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That is just amazing. This guy said he had a 96 Ram at home with 850,000 miles on it. This guy must have his employees drive until they drop. :thumb1:

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CajFlynn here has 815K on his 2001 Dodge... Here is a copy of his signature...

2001 qdlb, stage 2 f1 injector, 3 disc tc, 4 inch exhaust, arp head studs, ats co-pilot, power puck/smarty, j-hook, lots of gauges, lots of mag-hytec, bhaf, vulcan big line kit, 815K miles

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I posted a link to a Duracrap owner on the Tractor forum, that said Dodges are unreliable and fall apart. He has never responded to the link, but he swears a V8 Diesel is just as good and long lasting as an Inline. :lmao:

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I posted a link to a Duracrap owner on the Tractor forum, that said Dodges are unreliable and fall apart. He has never responded to the link, but he swears a V8 Diesel is just as good and long lasting as an Inline. :lmao:

i have found most people's definition of "a good vehicle" is the interior and if it can make it to 200k... the world now treat cars/trucks like computers and cell phones. "I don't need to know how or why it works, only how to turn it on and operate it." i cannot think of anyone in my family and close circle of friends that drive a stick(other than my wife, we have 4 of'em). of those people only one ,maybe two, actually change their automatic transmission fluid per manufacture's spec(or ever). :lmao2: i have come to realize that with V6s and V8s...most people don't realize a head gasket is going until they've warped the head(s)....:mad:

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i have found most people's definition of "a good vehicle" is the interior and if it can make it to 200k... the world now treat cars/trucks like computers and cell phones. "I don't need to know how or why it works, only how to turn it on and operate it." i cannot think of anyone in my family and close circle of friends that drive a stick(other than my wife, we have 4 of'em). of those people only one ,maybe two, actually change their automatic transmission fluid per manufacture's spec(or ever). :lmao2: i have come to realize that with V6s and V8s...most people don't realize a head gasket is going until they've warped the head(s)....:mad:

Oh so very true... My first truck I had in Idaho is a 1972 Dodge PowerWagon 3/4 Ton. I managed to put over 202K miles on it before I gave up on the truck. I bought it with just about 70K miles... But it had a broken piston ring and a few other minor problems. I pulled the engine and rebuilt it myself. When I gave up on the beast... The interior was complete shot. But the engine and trans still kept going the proble I had was I was breaking outer axle stubs (4WD and early 72 axle will just being discontinued). It a poor pic but... (really good truck I really do miss it!) http://forum.mopar1973man.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1073 http://forum.mopar1973man.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1072

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