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RE: GRRRRRRRRRRR!

Move South!! It will slow your pace of living,rearange your priorities, and add years to your life. Dont sweat the small stuff.:B
Bluhorn 04/20/15 12:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: New Ram owners; you may want to know this:

I am glad we cleared up the fact that we need to move the key away from the vehicle to disable the feature while camping. Nice catch. It is a neat feature though,and these vehicles are Smarter than me. My wife bought a new 2015 Chrysler 200C. Very impressive. Still learning the bells and whistles. My Son sold me his 1993 Dodge D-250 Diesel. Nice truck. No bells and whistles. I push on key fob, nothing happens. Wont even open door when I grab door handle. Something must be broke.......Damn Dodge.
Bluhorn 04/20/15 07:37am Tow Vehicles
RE: FCA Woos Potential Buyers

Some of you really,really need some happy pills!:B
Bluhorn 04/17/15 01:00pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Don't Buy a Dodge, There is a Good Reason Why .

I agree with others that it would have been better to blame the previous owner rather than the manufacturer. It doesnt matter what manufacturer it is. You can get a good or bad used vehicle. Previous owners can do some crazy things to vehicles especially ones that tow. There are a few on here that bash certain brands because they had a problematic vehicle that was bought used. Yes you can save but you take your chances.
Bluhorn 04/09/15 10:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: Truck purchase....I survived!!!

Geez its getting deep around here:W Really if you can get a good deal on a diesel its probably the way to go. Nothing wrong with gas. It will always be cheaper initially but diesel will hold its value better. Do your research,offer a fair deal,be an educated consumer and treat people respectfully and expect the same in return. Always worked for me.
Bluhorn 04/07/15 07:18pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Morning chuckle

Funny pic! The Ecoboost is a good engine,just not for everybody. Its probably that the owner believed the hype and found out it wont fit his needs. People sure are touchy over their trucks.
Bluhorn 04/05/15 05:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2006 Ram 2500 diesel reliability past 135K?

I had a 2007 Ram 2500 with the 5.9 Cummins and 4X4. I sold it last year with 170,000 miles,many towing my fifth wheel. It was the most dependable truck I have ever had. No problems except a blower motor and pinion seal. I only sold it because I did not need to tow much anymore since moving to Florida. I had this truck since new so It was taken care of. My son has a 1993 Ram D250 with the 12 valve Cummins and 300,000 on the clock and runs great. That engine has not been touched except oil and filters and of course reg maintanance. Keep yours!
Bluhorn 03/08/15 08:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Did your parents own a Ford?

My Mom and Dad had a couple of Ford coupes back in the fifties. I remember a Chevy Biscayne and Chevy Bel Air in the early sixties. Then he inherited a Rambler and a Caddy. He pretty much stayed with GM after that with a 68 Nova. Did not go back to Ford until 73 with a Gran Torino. I started out with that hand me down Nova then a 66 Ford Fairlane, 74 Gran Fury, Chevy Chevette, Malibu, Olds Cutlass Diesel, Misubishi Eclipse, Ford Mustang GT in 93. Couple of Pontiacs and then pretty much had Plymouth, Chrysler and Dodge since then. All were good cars except the Olds and Mitsu, major issues both of them.
Bluhorn 02/23/15 08:03am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2.7L EB vs 3.0 ED 0-60

They both have their place in the scheme of things. Both do the job extremely well. I cant wrap my mind around some of the towing figures that Ford puts out. Sorry. And they need to come up with a better warranty. Call me old school but when or if I get a new truck it will be a Ford 6.2 or Ram 6.4.
Bluhorn 02/20/15 04:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: Our Prayers to Our Canadian brothers

Prayers go out to the soldier and his family and others affected by this violence. So much madness in the world today.
Bluhorn 10/22/14 07:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: Redneck Engineer Exam

I think Crowe nailed it. Except for # 3. No radiators used in our "shine"!
Bluhorn 10/13/14 07:40am Around the Campfire
RE: A short, fun quiz

1955
Bluhorn 10/13/14 07:33am Around the Campfire
RE: 5,000,000 Super Duty's Produced at Kentucky Truck Plant

Man do some people on here have thin skins.I am happy for Ford.I am happy for Ram too. That these companies are doing well helps ALL of us! I would rather that Rams heavy dutys were assembled in this country but a lot of parts are built here. All manufacturers build parts and vehicles in other countries. Including Ford. We cant change that. But at least a lot of Americans are reaping the rewards of jobs and incomes from employers that are doing well. What started as a great post was again brought down by a few, including the OP.
Bluhorn 10/13/14 07:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Happy Thanksgiving all

Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Bluhorn 10/13/14 07:06am General RVing Issues
RE: 5,000,000 Super Duty's Produced at Kentucky Truck Plant

Quite an acomplishment. Great to see this American success.
Bluhorn 10/11/14 08:01am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford's Epic Gamble

I think that this will be a homerun for Ford and I commend them for taking a gamble. We the consumers are the winners. More choices, more jobs, stronger economy. I wish them much success.
Bluhorn 10/10/14 05:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Drag Times: 2015 Ford vs Chevy vs RAM

I am in the market for a new truck. I am keeping my options open on all of the manufacturers. I will be getting a gas motor this time because I wont be towing as much and the truck would be a daily driver. I definately would like my truck to be able to move. With these new trucks I should not have a problem in that regard with any of them. I think this video is more of a Ford commercial but they should be commended for thinking outside the box. I need to check these vehicles out and will do very soon. One thing with Ford that I dont like is their lack of a good warranty. Five years and 60 K does not cut it anymore. Go to 5 and 100K like everybody else. Especially with the highly stressed engines.
Bluhorn 10/01/14 10:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Today is the day

Congratulations!!! And a big Amen brother!
Bluhorn 09/30/14 11:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Here is my damage

Sorry to hear of your blowouts but you should be fine with the Maxxis. These tires (towmax) definately have issues and they should recall the lot of them. They all fail the same way (tread seperation). I replaced my towmax after a blowout and the remainder were seperating also at 4 years old. I replaced with Maxxis and no more problems, even after 25K miles of travel.
Bluhorn 09/29/14 08:46am General RVing Issues
RE: How Many RV'ers are also Nautical Buffs Too?

We have a beautiful 27 foot Catalina Sailboat. Use it regularly.
Bluhorn 09/17/14 07:12pm General RVing Issues
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