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ok guys/gals,
where is the largest diesel community ? north,south,east,west? cali,texas,new york,VA, ? post up your opinions and why along with your local info.......who has the most sled pulling,lifted,custom,and big power non stock diesels? lets see if we can make this a fun thread :drink
 

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no intrest in this?
 

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Well its not us out here in NY although were getting a good group going. I would say Cali... Unfortunately.. seems everyone on here is out tthere.
 

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My guess would be texas if you are talking states.

nevermind, misread your post!
 

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I would say the midwest, there are a ton of trucks in my area and seems like there is a truck pull every weekend during the summer.
 

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I'd say in the south.
 

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Texas, they even use duallys as daily drive there. I've worked in most states and I see more dually trucks in Texas.
 

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ive been thinking of moving to texas ..... i like the sound of this
 

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per capital really i think the midwest up here would probably get it. most of them are stock but alot of people drive diesels up here. i bet 50% of the pickups up here are diesel and probably 35-40% of the non commercial vehicles on the road are pickups.
 

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texas has my vote hell i can drive through every single town and atleast find a couple of diesel trucks to race lol cant get any better than texas
 

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Texas accounts for almost 14% of the truck market, one state! Gonna be hard pressed to find a better performer than that.
 

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I have to agree, I live 20 miles north of Texas. In southern Oklahoma and North Texas, every other vehicle you pass on the road is a diesel truck. I'd say the southern states take it hands down.
 

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Texas. Gotta be. I searched on houston and dallas craigslist for weeks before lucking out with mine locally.
 

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Texas. Gotta be. I searched on houston and dallas craigslist for weeks before lucking out with mine locally.
I wish I could find yours sitting in a parking lot with the keys in it. I'd be the proud new owner of a nbs! You have a dang nice truck man.
 

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I wish I could find yours sitting in a parking lot with the keys in it. I'd be the proud new owner of a nbs! You have a dang nice truck man.
appreciate that man. :drink

bought mine from Chevy, was a Repo truck, lookin' real real sad on mismatched steelies and stock stock stock as all getout.
 

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Well, you've done a good putting a smile back on its face!
 
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