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Proud younger dmax owners

I been a forum member for awhile now but never really introdused myself, im Eli and im 19years old and work for one of my buddys dads on thier farm and run a dozer and backhoe for my grandpa, i have owned 3 dmax's in the last two years and i can proudly say that iv piad(tech sill make monthy payments to the bank haha) for all my trucks and all iv done to them. the only thing i havent paid for was the 8in stack in my truck that my girlfriend bought me for xmas and my gandfather buys my tires for workin for him.but its a tax write off for the old tight a$$ lets hear it for all the younger people out there workin for there rides! im not knockin the kids that get thier stuff paid for and have nice trucks..but i was always told theres sumtin to be said for a man that works for what he loves and wants and i believe it. lets see sum pics guys

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2006 LBZ White Regular Cab Long Bed.

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It gets with the program,its mine,i like it, I PAY FOR IT


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post #2 of 195 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 04:45 AM
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:welcome !!

I see you have been a member for a little bit. that is awesome that you can have one of these trucks. It took me quite awhile to get one...of course I didnt really have a need for one..never thought I would ever buy a 3/4 ton truck...but its better to have and not use it, then need it and not have it.

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I bought mine when I was 18 and ordered it from the dealer, 24 now and will still probably have my truck for a long time....I bought mine to use and to have something nice to go out in. Just got it payed off this year and I think it's awsome to have such a nice truck and still be fairly young and have no payment on it.

My suggestion is if mommy and daddy don't pay for it younger guys can still get a brand new truck. Providing they are willing to work for it...about a year ago I had some really tough times making the payment but I never missed one and now it's all done!!

Good luck getting these girls payed off!!! It's well worth the struggle in the end!

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-Cognito Braces, PPE tie rod sleeves,60" traction bars
-4" banks turbo back and 5" MBRP miter cut stack
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Welcome, Eli-
Good to see some of you "young'uns" still have some work ethics, I see a lot of guys your age think they are entitled to a free ride from mommy and daddy or the government and all they know is gaming and MTV. Bought my first car when I was 14, paid $45 cash for it I'd saved from shovelling snow and mowing lawns, had to wait two years before I could drive it legally and gas was about 25 cent a gallon. That was over 50 years ago!! I've paid cash for almost every vehicle I've owned, drove some pretty crappy cars but learned how to keep 'em all running.

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Work 40+ hours a week and beyond pay my dues since I was 16. Yes this is my 4th truck but I payed for the last 2 and learned a lot. I pay my hefty bill monthly and so long as I keep plowin and townin for my shop I get a few benefits. I keep it under my shops insurance as a company vehicle and I pay the rest and all my mods. 0% interest 72 months that I do plan have having this truck running strong. I pay all mods and expect my consiquences.

Young doesn't mean a thing. There's young who still live in there basement or don't do shit with there lives.

And then there's the rest.

I by the time I'm 40 I'll have more under my belt than the rest will be able to handle. So if your a workin person and know you earn your stuff, the others are just entertainment for you. Cause I plan on runnin my family motorcycle business until my idiot of a kid can take over and I can have him do all the shit I hate that my ol man makes me do haha. Can't wait

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i am 18, i have worked since i was about 13. i have done plumbing, building, farming, logging and other stuff. i run grapple skidder for a logging crew now. i also have my own firewodd business. my father let me drive his LBZ when he bought his new dually. i did buy my own truck though. A 95 cummins. i have payed for mods to the LBZ. it was stock when i got it

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im 21 now i bought mine a year ago its my fourth vehicle(which ive paid for all of them) i hauled hay and did whatever i could to earn money but now i got my dmax and an awsome job so let the modding begin!!

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21, First d-max ever, 26K miles on it when i bought it. got a smoking good deal on it, couldnt pass it up. $322/mo. $75 allstate full coverage = no brainer.

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21, First d-max ever, 26K miles on it when i bought it. got a smoking good deal on it, couldnt pass it up. $322/mo. $75 allstate full coverage = no brainer.
dang that is one heck of a deal wish my payments and insurance was that cheap!!!

2005 D-MAX LLY
EFI live tuned by MMLMM
S&B intake
6in black stack
PPE race fuel valve
Glowshift gauges/boost/pyro
more air more fuel

http://www.getsomeperformance.com/
Dont you think its time you got some!

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dang that is one heck of a deal wish my payments and insurance was that cheap!!!
national city 3.5% fixed apr for 60 months on any used vehicals 10 years or younger, $15000 minimum :rockin

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