Are Chevy Duramaxes stronger than Ram?

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Up North
Brain fart. It's fixed. Go look.
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SteveB
Well the ram is DOA. Though the Chevy might be totaled by insurance, it is repairable. This match goes to the Chevy.
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Jon Anderson
Ram not Dodge truck.
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guillemd
Ram not Dodge truck.
Post not meant precise.
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SteveB
Play on words make laugh.
Reply to
Winston
Sorry! Couldn't avoid it. :)
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guillemd
Good metalworker.
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SteveB
On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 23:34:51 -0700, the infamous "SteveB" scrawled the following:
So, does the driver get to take his catch home, or did the cops bag it (so to speak)?
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Larry Jaques
On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 23:23:48 -0800, the infamous Winston scrawled the following:
Heap big injun talk, white man.
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Larry Jaques
Down Larry, we're old enough to be her ancestors.
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Winston
Terminology error: The ram is not DOA, more like DRT.
You really can't say "Dead On Arrival" if there was no transport attempted or hospital to arrive at, and if it was still alive when you tried to resuscitate and get the victim to it in a viable state...
When the injuries are obviously not conducive to any rescue attempts (severe brain and spinal damages for openers) "Dead Right There" is far more accurate. Declare it, a moment of respectful silence and a prayer, and call the coroner. Or the butcher and the taxidermist as the case may be.
As for the truck, it's probably totalled - Notice the airbags are blown. Stupid ram had to hit the truck smack in the airbag crash sensor, and they don't have time to figure out if you hit a sheep or an elephant - they just sense a big impact and blow the bags.
Can't tell from the photo, but this usually breaks the windshield and/or side glass, either from mechanical pressure or as all that volume of explosively generated gas tries to get out.
Between the $3K to $5K to replace all the airbags aqnd sensors, and the windshield, and the ripped up dash, and all the front end damage... If the truck is more than ~three years old, it's salvage.
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Bruce L. Bergman
Injun broken now.
Reply to
guillemd
Oh that looks expensive. One wild turkey only taking out a fender on my Saturn SL1 cost near 800 dollars.
Looks like you lost grill, radiator, bumper and whatnot. Glad it wasn't me in my 2500 pound road muffin.
I guess the question as to stronger is did the Duramax drive away under its own power?
Wes -- "Additionally as a security officer, I carry a gun to protect government officials but my life isn't worth protecting at home in their eyes." Dick Anthony Heller
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Wes

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