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A 1992 Dodge 250 Cummins diesel 4wd. I remember someone describing this as a Teddy Roosevelt truck. He went on to say it was a "rough rider". It rides fairly well idf you are over 60 mph. It only hits the high spots in the road then. Mrs. Jim used to enjoy driving it to school. She said she made heads tun when folks heard it rumble into the parking lot. :lol:
 

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bettyp said:
Jim good for hauling your vegies to market.
We use for that Betty. The cover comes in handy especially if it happens to rain.
 

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As far as I know it is stock. We had to have the injection pump rebuilt, and about a year ago the rear main engine seal was replaced. Other than that, drive and bounce :!: :lol:
 

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petra79 said:
Nice truck Jim. Looks in real good shape. How many miles have you put on it?
It has about 180,000 on it. Still runnin' strong :!:
 

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BigDaveinKY said:
Nice truck Jim. At first glance I thought it was this one. ;)
caseman said:
1993 Dodge 150 with 82000 miles

I have seen that truck before too,unfortunately not in person. :D
 

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4020 forever said:
180k miles? Heck that isn't even broke in! Turning the pump up would make an unbelievable difference in power and driving. Some say they get better mileage with that.
I have thought about trying that, but have been advised against it. I sure don't need to be using any more fuel than necessary these days :!: :?
 

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Been runnin a K&N air filter for years for what it's worth.
 

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Melvin, we don't use it often enuff, but we continue to like it. We use it with haying and any heavy stuff we do. I might get to my fertilizer guy today or tomorrow for a load for pasture and hay ground.
I can't justify paying the high prices for new ones. ;)
 
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