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Subject: Help Me Truckin' Magazine!!

Dear Mini Truckin',
Hey, I was wondering if you have ever featured a 03 body style f250 super duty that is 2 wheel drive. I want to lower mine and I have called everyone from Maine to California and nobody can help me. If there was one in a back issue maybe I could. Contact the guy that owned it to ask where he got his parts? Please help if you can.

Kyle B.
Lewiston, ME

Kyle, you must be referring to the Ford truck that was available with a new-at-the-time 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engine that cranked out 325hp and 550 lb-ft torque. The same model that has a 21,500-pound towing capacity and a manual electric shift-on-the-fly 4x4 system? Yeah, that's not a minitruck. Sorry we can't help you. Maybe we can borrow your ride to trailer one of our trucks around some time.

Just for writing in, we're sending you this Jaws Blu-ray/DVD combo that features digitally remastered and fully restored picture and 7.1 sound—out August 14th! "Here's to swimmin' with bow-legged women.”


Fresh Blood
Now don't get too excited just yet, but there have been whispers from Volkswagen about selling its neat little Amarok pickup in North America—Canada to be exact. Thomas Tetzlaff, media relations manager at VW of Canada says the German automaker is "presently in the ‘evolution stage' where we are pouring over data with a fine-toothed comb.” Unfortunately, VW of America has absolutely no plans to sell the current version of the Amarok in the U.S. Bummer.


Browsin' Around
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