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J. Hartner

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About J. Hartner

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  • Birthday 10/27/1999

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  • Year
    2016
  • Make
    Dodge
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    Ram 1500 ST BT-EXPRS

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    Male
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    ON, Canada
  • Interests
    Military Service, Trucking

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  2. Hello and welcome! For the hind wheels I would recommend getting a rear wheel alignment inspection since you said it's the back passenger wheel. It insures the wheels are parallel with the vehicle centerline. Usually tires bent inwards are caused from damaged upper control arm, but it could also be a bent spindle. If alignment isn't the problem then have the vehicle suspension checked for damaged components.
  3. Welcome! If you're looking for a fast truck along with a good look to it, I'd recommend the 2016 Ford F-150 The average price of a 2016 F-150 (based on more than 4,900 listings for the truck on our used car site) is $34,500. That's typical for a half-ton pickup. Prices range from $24,700 to $46,800, in part because the F-150 offers such a varied selection of options, body styles, and trim levels. I know this is expensive but either along holidays or manufacturer sale events are good opportunities to snatch. You'll need to determine the market value of a vehicle before you begin to negotiate. This figure will serve as the backbone of your strategy and will give you a reference point when you start getting price quotes from the dealership. Other than that I'd recommend checking out the 2015 Dodge Ram 1500. It has a good acceleration as well a a hot exterior and interior. It's power is astounding having a base engine = 3.6-liter gasoline V6 generating 305 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. The transmission is an eight-speed automatic. Rather than a traditional shift lever, the eight-speed is controlled by a rotary knob on the instrument panel. I recommended the Ford first because it tends to be cheaper on gas for long distance and it much lighter than Ram. But Ram's percentage by brand, passes all light-duty pickups sold over the last 30 years still on the road by 80%. Ram exceeds GMC, Chev, and Ford by power-train, 4x4 tech, capability, safety, storage, features, and specifics in trucks.
  4. I don't see what this has to do with cars.
  5. J. Hartner

    Classic car

    Emberglo 1966 Ford Mustang
  6. Welcome to Carforums friend! Despite the spam here and inactivity lately it's not easy to chat in order, but I hope you excel far in your study of repairing vehicles - we can only do our best to help. James
  7. Three and a half years maybe? I'd be more concerned about the wheel alignment and possible axle predicament if I were you. What kinda tires do ya got?
  8. "IT'S NOT ABOUT THE CAR YOU DRIVE, IT'S ABOUT THE WAY YOU DRIVE IT." Source
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