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I hate these commercials on 2 levels:

1. Never give me the option between a crossover SUV and a tank because the tank will win 100% of the time.

2. Don't make fun of the GMC commercials stating that their transmission is the same from an M1 tank and very durable or what have you when Jeep does the same thing with their skid plates in a commercial -> Seen here

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In all my years of buying cars the best people to talk to are the parts counter guys. They can tell you what parts they are dumb founded to order for customers. Right now they are telling me for the Dodges are calipers, rotors, and half shafts for cars that are from 2008 - 2010.

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