Which full-sized pickup do you prefer?

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  • Ford F-150

    19 48.72%
  • GMC Sierra 1500

    0 0%
  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500

    7 17.95%
  • Dodge Ram 1500

    4 10.26%
  • Nissan Titan

    0 0%
  • Toyota Tundra

    9 23.08%
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    Anybody have the aluminum frame ford? Heard painting after a collision is difficult for some shops?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LIPTON BASH View Post
    Give me the Raptor.
    If the Raptor is an option it's no contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerDurden View Post
    I'm most curious to hear from previous truck owners. I'm not in the market quite yet, but I'm figuring on my next vehicle being a new full-sized pickup.
    Look beyond local dealers. Some times they can be cheaper outside the area depending on how specific of options you are looking for.

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    Have a Dodge 2500 Mega Cab Diesel. Love the room and 20 mpg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Anybody have the aluminum frame ford? Heard painting after a collision is difficult for some shops?
    Don't wreck.

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    Had a 1500 and 2500 as my former trucks. Liked both. My current is a Tundra and I love it. Just over two and half years old at 103,000 and have changed oil and brake pads. Obviously I drive a lot for work. At 80,000 my 2500 was on third fuel pump. When those go out on interstate it's a little scary. No warning.

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    Not crazy about the looks of the new Tundra. Hate the huge Tundra on the tail gate. The prior years I would have said Tundra, 2008 and on, but would have been neck in neck with the F150. Now the F150 is a little in front. Chevy and GMC are closely behind. Nissans I'm not wild about and I wouldn't have a Dogde if you gave me a brand new one. Not really the looks, things a just junk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jim View Post
    Have a Dodge 2500 Mega Cab Diesel. Love the room and 20 mpg.
    I didn't think 20 mpg would be possible, impressive.

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    F150 is built in Louisville also. That new v6 gets 24 mpg. Put a tuner on it and turn up the turbo you then you have a beast.

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    Currently have a Dodge, my next will be another F150

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVMan23 View Post
    Don't wreck.
    I don't, but the wife occasionally drives it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    F150 is built in Louisville also. That new v6 gets 24 mpg. Put a tuner on it and turn up the turbo you then you have a beast.
    F150's aren't built in Louisville. Only 250's and up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    I didn't think 20 mpg would be possible, impressive.
    On a diesel you bet. Theres even a trick to make it get up to 23 to 24 if you want to try it.

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    I had a F250 powerstroke that could get 23 mpg.

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    I've thought about a truck for my next vehicle. I lean toward an F-150 because my dad and uncle had good experiences with them. But I'm also considering a Tundra or a Dodge.

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