Where might one read about this infamous gas station incident?
I have no thought either way if Bob is making this up or not. You always hope that people are what they say they are.
What I do know that picking up a brand new truck that breaks (and in a big way) on the ride home needs to be returned for a full refund.
Very scary handing over money to a company that may or may not be there 4 years down the road. Oh, that's right, The government is going to cover the warranty :thumbsup:
Bad machines do slip out once in a while but that doesn't mean the end user (Bob) has to take a less than perfect truck. Buying something for the long term as he stated, he should run away from it as fast as he can.
Personally, I kinda think it's bull**** that he is not replying to this thread. If someone called me out, especially publicly, I would surely defend my good name.
Bob, I enjoy reading your posts, even if this is bull****, just come clean so we can all decide how we feel. You obviously know that we have asked you to respond. When we don't ask you, you are all over stuff.
If I am wrong and this is really happening to you, I want to help. I will write a letter to the GM of the dealership, I will email and call him, just tell me what dealer and we can all tell him how BS this is.
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