02-26-2012, 07:25 PM
Join Date: Jan 2011
IMO, if you don't have experience with a 03 then I would recommend a 04 and up. If you plan on modding it then there are trucks that pop up that have a lot of work done to them already. Usually these trucks get sold relatively cheap for the work that has been done. Of course you are taking on problems associated with it nolonger being stock. But if you know your trucks these problems can be fixed relatively easily. Planning ahead is a great way to find a good deal. Good luck...
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