the salesperson told me that a complete
tune up was done, tires had recently
been put on, and that the truck was
cleaned inside and out except the glove
compartment which at the time the
handle was broken. WRONG!!!!!
i paid $3ooo from the dealer, in the
three months i had to put new tires
(recently done-right) $250, new
battery $75, new starter $110, new u-
joints $150, and basic tune upandthat
the work i did, the dealer had to put a
new timing chain, which cost me $650
all in all for a new (to me) truck that
was supposed to cost $3000, it has cost
me another $1300.tough lesson to learn
traveling 150 round trip everyday, the
gas mileage is excellent 29/25 hwy/city
thats about it
little more head and leg room, im 6'7"
tall and about 250 lbs
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