I found rust on my vehicle after it was
delivered to the lot. Apparently this
Truck was sitting on a lot somewhere.
The rear bumper was covered in rust on
the underside. I did a little research
and found out there was an undercoat
issue from the supplier for the bumper.
They were improperly undercoating the
bumper, and the chrome ones are likely
to rust. Likewise, the same individual
informed me of problems with seals
around the cab of the truck. Water was
getting in on the early production of
the 2002 models. Take a good look at
your bumper, cause if it looked like
mine, get them to put a new one on!
Also I found various paint flaws on the
The Tires. They are big, and adds to
the look of the truck. It is a nice
thing to look at...just don't get to
close, the bumper will cut you, looks
like little balls of chrome on the
edges. And the paint runs on the body
don't look good at a close distance
Put more emphasis on quality. The
truck looks nice, but when you analyze
the features, it acutally is using
cheap parts, which means cheap
suppliers. I don't think quality
control has been doing their respective
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