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This site was mentioned in a post over at ecomodder.com. I am a new owner of a 2006 3500 QC ST dually 5.9 with a 6 speed manual. It was a lease truck with a flatbed and 133k miles on it. The family-owned dealer said he put on all new brakes (rotors/drums and pads), new heater core, all fluids changed including the rear end. Detailed by his daughter. New motor was installed around 90k - so says the dealer. I think the PO might have meth injected it. There were a couple of plugs in the exhaust manifold that might have had a couple of "somethings" installed and removed, most likely from the old motor. Regardless, the engine had no signs of head coking or other leaks, shifts great, drives straight. I had to replace the radio, install the missing front speakers, and replace the radio bezel. Other than that, it's flawless!I have a 1988 24 foot gooseneck stock trailer for the horses/whatever and hauling hay. I hail out of Nunn, Colorado in the Pawnee National Grasslands in Northern Colorado and commute to Fort Lupton, Colorado. Truck is used mostly on the weekends, but I occasionally take it to work for a couple/3 days.

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