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by Murry from Windsor Nova Scotia | February 9, 2010
Nice Truck finally I found a truck that feels and drive`s like a truck should ,However if you gonna play with the big boys expect to pay like them too,parts cost when you need to replace them just like any Dodge or Toyota 4WD vehicle front wheel bearings ("basic cost of 385") is really not bad considering a Dodge or Chev costs are above that .This Truck rocks for showmenship and also during the times i have used it on trails in the woods .
The only downfall i have found is the mudflaps if you plan on going off road do yourself a favor and take them off as they do nto stand up and very easily get broken