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Well, it was interesting, even if frustrating, the rod bearing was really strange, only heard under a light load, so it took a while for DW to also notice it, and again I was on the road a lot, left it behind with my trusty mechanic to pop in the GoodWrench... by then I was just resigned to it.. When I did sell it, I had it detailed, waxed, it had brand new Michelins on it, we'd planned on holding on a while longer, it had tow setup, front hitch receiver, side rails, trailer mirrors (PowerMax), but all I could get in a few weeks of tries was $3,000 cash, gone, not forgotten...
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