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yes or no? and why?
 

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No.
Too much snow, too little traction.
Might drive it daily/year round if I were farther south.
 

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For the first couple of weeks I did but then it got a couple of cars behind it. I like driving it although the long commute to work, 10 mpg, and premium fuel don't make sense. Thats what the R/T is for.
 

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For the first couple of weeks I did but then it got a couple of cars behind it. I like driving it although the long commute to work, 10 mpg, and premium fuel don't make sense. Thats what the R/T is for.
You and I have a lot in common. Multiple cars, Stratus R/T daily driver, no SRT-10 daily-driving due to gas mileage (snow and ice for me as well), and our trucks are both FR.

Are you active or prior military?


For The Black Beast, merge 9 seconds' and SCVette's responses and you have mine as well. I'd love to daily drive it though.
 

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i use mine quite a bit when i'm home, its a blast to drive,i work a 28 day on 14 day off schedule, price of gas or mileage is not an issue with me,not a great grocery getter though,groceries end up all scattered all over the bed! LOL
 

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I plan to replace my 2000 FR Dakota R/T CC with my Ram SRT-10. If it ever arrives...
It will be my primary daily driver. I will rotate it off periodically with my 1996 Dodge Ram Indy 500 edition (intercooled, supercharged and nitrous). My Dakota R/T gets 12-13 mpg compared to my Indy which gets 15-16, so Ram SRT-10 will be similar milage but major increase in fun factor. I'm buying it to DRIVE.
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9 seconds said:
No. Almost ashamed to admit that.
No worries! :) Thought I had read that in another post. Guess it was someone else. Just noted so many similarities that I had to ask.
 
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