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    Yeah the Tundra's are just to far out of my price range, however there is always one that pops up. A friend found a Tundra the same time I found the Dodge and his was better with less km's and was mint he even paid less. So it's possible

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    Perfect, a great excuse to pick up a used Tundra! Always drove Chevs before, and last August bought a Tundra. Never looked back!

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    Well they got the truck out, took it 3.5 hours to hook it up and bring it out 11 km's.

    My Buddy thinks we could repair it possibly if they give me the option to buy it back he thinks 1500 - 2000 in parts plus our labour.

    The process will begin shortly with the insurance so will see what transpires.
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    Just got My 2021 Warlock with the off road package! it's a beast!!! Lol


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    Very Nice, but a bit out of my range.
    "This is about unenforceable registration of weapons that violates the rights of people to own firearms."—Premier Ralph Klein (Alberta)Calgary Herald, 1998 October 9 (November 1, 1942 – March 29, 2013) OFAH Member

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerivercrossbowhunter View Post
    Just got My 2021 Warlock with the off road package! it's a beast!!!]
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    Well just checked my insurance claim and it appears they are going to fix it a least according to what I read when I checked my claim online.

    I am quite surprised my Buddy and I wrote up a list of what we thought would be needed for parts and the cost of each parts excluding body work. We came up with 1500 alone in parts based on after market plus costs to put on and taxes.

    I noticed I had the truck listed as 13000.00 + the new tires they would have probably seen them listed at close to 2000.00 for 4.

    Considering my truck has not gone down in value I am thinking they priced it at 15000.00.

    Doing some reading they might repair if the repair cost is less than 50% of the value.

    SO 1500.00 in parts + labour they say 5 days + not how many hours, so I am thinking 20 hours @ 125 / hr so 2500 (I have no idea for sure my buddy forgot to take pics). That brings us to 4000 + new fender and paint say 1500. So 5500 bucks.

    I was kinda half hoping they would write and let me buy it back cheap repair it like I did once with my Jimmy when they wife was hit.

    Anyways suppose to be ready Friday or Monday I will call the insurance tomorrow. Crap now I am going to go up to Pembroke to retrieve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I noticed I had the truck listed as 13000.00 + the new tires they would have probably seen them listed at close to 2000.00 for 4.

    Considering my truck has not gone down in value I am thinking they priced it at 15000.00.

    Doing some reading they might repair if the repair cost is less than 50% of the value.
    Trucks are worth a mint right now -- I'd say consider your self lucky on this one that they're willing to repair it! Any time there's a payout you lose -- as with any insurance.

    As for tires -- what the hell tires did you have on there that are $2000? I didn't pay $2000 for my brand new 35"x12.5" BFGKO2s!

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    These are like the tire I bought mine are discontinued and I got them cheaper 400.00 each + 20 eviro fee X 4 + Tax = 1898.40
    + Installation .

    The truck was appraised at 15K I originally paid 10K with taxes. So it actually went up in price. Cost to repair was 3200.00 I spoke to the collision place and they are way cheaper than the place my Jimmy went to in Ottawa. This place charges 62.00 an hour the place in Ottawa was 125.00 and hour.

    The guy said although my truck the paint is rough (Typical of someone who will drive through anything) he said it was quite solid and only 165000 km and it was the Larmine edition fully loaded.

    Crap now I have to pay for the plate fee for last year and this year I was thinking I would get out of that, if I had bought a new truck I would have gotten new plates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprite View Post
    Trucks are worth a mint right now -- I'd say consider your self lucky on this one that they're willing to repair it! Any time there's a payout you lose -- as with any insurance.

    As for tires -- what the hell tires did you have on there that are $2000? I didn't pay $2000 for my brand new 35"x12.5" BFGKO2s!

    -N.
    "This is about unenforceable registration of weapons that violates the rights of people to own firearms."—Premier Ralph Klein (Alberta)Calgary Herald, 1998 October 9 (November 1, 1942 – March 29, 2013) OFAH Member

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    I suggest a Tundra, hard on gas but the most reliable trucks out there

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    I have to agree my 2010 F250 has 150K on it, built like a tank and eats gas like a tank. However, it has been paid for 7 years now. The dealer will give me 25K on trade in for 2021 F250 with 7.3 L , but the truck is 80K and would be 500+ bi-weekly...no thanks. I put about $2K a year into this truck in maintenance, drives straight & true, 4 X 4 works perfectly.

    GW, glad you are OK, that is all that matters.

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    Nice work there buddy

    No way after having 3 3/4 ton pickups would I ever go back to a half ton pickup especially a new one
    Far as make lets face it they all burn fuel and break down.
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