i woulda pumped gas in a bucket and took it home for that price.
ignoreme: im wit ya 3.79 on the way to work this monin' 56.00 for half tank
'01 5.9 Dakota R/T
HU: Pioneer Premier 680
Front Stage: highs: B&G neo8 planars
mid-bass: Hi-Vi Research 8" (x4)
Subs: MB Quart Rwe304(x2)
ported 4 cubes @ 30
Amps: MB Quart Reference 4x50
MB Quart Premium 1200.1D(1ohm)
$4.29/gal for reg 87 at Sunoco down the street. $96-$98 per tank. 22.5gal tank. I fill up about twice per month. Sometimes more and sometimes less. I get about 12-14mpg city and around 19-21 highway. I only really drive an avg of about 4 miles per day.
Any long distance travel we use my wife's 06 WRX.
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Sitting at 3.99 here...
Luckily I filled up at 3.82, truck and car were about $112...
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here in LA i picked it up for 4.69
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Front:infinity Kappa 4X6
Sub Amp :RF4000.1
Sub:18 inch Atomic APXX CF Dust Cap (Thx To Mike Woofercooker)
Box:6.0CF Tune to 35hz (Made By Fastime)
$4.03 for Regular for Military in Hawaii about $.10 more for civilians.
Then $.10 more a gallon for Super and then another $.10 for Premium.
And I just turned down a Honda Civic to buy a Mustang GT Convertible.
It's Hawaii, which would you rather have?
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$4.69 for premium here it *****
filled up for 3.89 last night about an hour away. around here currently 3.95-3.99
About $3.62. Not as bad as some of ya'll.
Only 3.83 here in Jackson County Tennessee!!!
2001 DODGE RAM QUAD CAB
2 Kicker CVX 15's
2 Memphis PR 1000d's
1994 Honda Civic Ex
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I FEEL SO ALONE GONNA END UP A BIG OLE PILE OF THEM BONES
INTO THE FLOOD AGAIN, SAME OLE TRIP IT WAS BACK THEN, SO I MADE A BIG MISTAKE, TRIED TO SEE IT ONCE MY WAY
3.91. i filled my tank when it was 3.70 something friday night... plus if its about to get a big jump my parents just tell me to hurry and come up there and fill up before they up the prices lol
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took me $75 to fill up on a tank that still had a gallon left
i have been car shopping for the last week, and have found a couple nice older civics that im looking through to try to take it up the *** a little bit less than i am now with my explorer. supposedly get round the 37mpg range. should be a nice improvement for my 85 mile round trip work commute, over the current 20-22mpg that im getting now.
i feel bad for the diesel guys who are shelling out $5.50 and ****
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4 and change in the Philly area. It's paid off so gas doesn't kill me like it would if I was still makin a payment and I'm still survivin. I've never thought once about trading and takin on 4-5 more years of 300-plus per month on something brand new to save 1-200 in gas. At best it's a wash. And I'm not interested in insuring and maintaining a beater so I live with(actually still love) my Dodge truck. I'll take gas prices into consideration next time I need to hit up the dealerships but I'm not rushing out to spend thousands of dollars on something else when I know I would still need to keep the 4-banger for a few years to make out on the deal. I have one vehicle, it's perfectly maintained and paid for, I have no interest in complicating the situation.
My buddy just got rid of a real nice 04 F150 supercrew and traded it for a girly compact. It's all fine and good if you want to conserve but at the end of the day he will have made car payments for over 8 years and financed negative equity. Maybe the big savings are there and I'm just too dumb to see it, but I don't get it.
They've started getting more flexible at work about taking work vehicles home with gas on the company dime so I'm not exactly turnin my nose up at the offer. Don't get me wrong, until recently I was driving in 5 days a week and it wasn't breakin the bank or anything but it's too good to pass up. Between that and takin the train once or twice per week I'm down to driving my own vehicle to work on average about twice per week, other than that I mainly enjoy my truck on the weekends. The plan is to start using the company ride most of the time. I'm actually not doing it so much for the gas as for the fact that it's a 3.5 year old truck with nearly 68000 miles and I'm tryin to slow it down a bit.
04 Dakota Quad Cab 4x4 V8
Step bars, bull guard, driving lights, dynomax exhaust, K&N intake, billet grille, American Racing Baja 2 wheels, plus-sized Bridgestone Dueller ATs, and lots of other fattening accessories.
10 inch pioneer premier shallowmount in custom box behind rear seat driven by Soundstream Rubicon Lil Wonder
Eclipse SC 8362 6.5 front comps
Infinity reference coaxes for rear fill
Eclipse EA4200 speaker amp
Almpine CDA 9883
Sound deadening in front doors for component woofers.