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Old 01-16-2003, 03:16 PM   #1
Gypsy
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Join Date: Jan 2003
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Have the 5er, need the truck

Hi All - It's great to be the proud new owner of a previously loved 2002 Montana 3295RK, and getting ready to become a full-timer. Now I'm looking for a truck to pull it with, and seriously considering the 2003 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4. The weight ratings seem to be in line with advice I've gotten from others, and I'm excited about better fuel economy from the diesel vs. gasoline engine. The 2003 is supposed to be much quieter than earlier models, and Cummins makes a very durable and long-life machine. I've been advised to check out dealers in Kellogg, ID and Portland, OR for the best prices. Does anyone have advice to offer?

Thanks in advance. Glad to be a new member of this group!

Oh, yes, I'm a 56 YO widow with some past experience with 5th wheels for camping.

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