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I had it happen and saw the writing on the wall when I knew my rig was a most sellable desired rig for a used truck lot. Ended up fixing it myself.

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On 2/12/2018 at 11:14 AM, Ben said:


Now once it's paid off do you roll the dice and keep it or trade in and start the payment cycle again. 




I know I can afford something when I can write a check.  I know I want it when I will write a check.  I always pay at once and never advance payment or loan money.  A contractor for example is too broke to be reliable if he is in business and doesn't have enough money to cover until he finishes and get paid.  Loaning money especially to friends or family is a great way to ruin a friendship.

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