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Help me pick a diesel????


Created On Thursday March 15, 2007 04:51 Diesel Talk
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marine6132
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Hello, I'm looking to buy a new truck, I sell tractors ranging from 27hp to 114hp. Currently I use a 2001 Chevy 1500HD ( gas). Even though it’s a great truck it just has a hard time with hauling the larger tractors. This will be my first time owning a diesel and I need some honest and fair comments on which diesel to buy. Whichever one I do purchase I'm planning on having for a long time. I have researched a little and it looks as if I 'm deciding between the new Cummins 6.7 and the new duramax. I saw some statements that the Cummins gets better mpg. Is this true? ( due to it will be a large factor in the purchase ). Make of a truck really doesn’t matter along as I'm getting a durable diesel. Thanks for any comments I would really appreciate them!!!!
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