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Well, after being one of the longest time members here, my Titan is on the way out the door. I picked up a 2008 2500 Suburban to replace it. Needed the extra seating capacity that the Titan didn't offer. I also couldn't resist the price! It isn't brand new, but close with only 12000 miles.

Now I have to get rid of the Titan. 1st I guess I will have to take off the cap and put back on the OEM tires. Then I will see if it is worth it to sell, or just give it back at lease end in two months.

I will probably buy another in the future when the kids stop playing hockey and I don't need the seating capacity anymore.

Keane

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konigfritz said:
good luck!

the 2500 is a nice truck
Thanks - I hope it is! I am not to thrilled about going back to NA after many years of buying Japanese. I have also NEVEr bought a used vehicle in my long life.
 

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Congrats on the new ride!!
Hang around and let us know how the Suburban is holding up.
 

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Don't be a stranger.
 

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tnbowhunter said:
Congrats on the new ride!!
Hang around and let us know how the Suburban is holding up.
will do - been here a long time - won't leave until the Titan is extinct!
 

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TitanThunder said:
Did you give the Armada a looksie before the burban?
Yes...no room behind the back seat means no hockey equipment on tournaments.

no go for the Armada
 

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Congrats guy I work with just bought a 2500. To bad Nissan did not come out with that 3/4 this year huh?
 

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Wow. I'm not familiar with another actively posting member with more tenure. Sad to hear the Titan is going, but I hope that Suburban works out. LOTS more interior room, and a little more payload capacity to boot. Congrats. :)
 

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You will love your suburban. I owned a 94, 97, and still have the 2001. The only problem with the Suburban is after you own one, you can't live without it. After our twins were born, I told the wife that we need to get a suburban. She wanted a van and said she won't drive a BMW/MAV. She even refused to go with me to the dealer to test drive one. I bought our 94 against her wish and have not seen the keys since. By the way, all of my Sububans were reliable and aged very well. Our 2001 has 80000 miles and it drive and feel like the day I bought it. Still have the original brakes and all I done is regular maintance. Good luck.
 

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burbans are great trucks....grew up with them all my life. We calle the Texas land yachts.
 

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Keane,

It's been a pleasure to have your "northern" Titan owner insight, eh. A 'burb' is quite the family hauler. Just because you're switching doesn't mean you have to leave.
 

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Show us pictures of your new ride-at least put a Titan burger on it to remember us by!
 

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I won't being leaving because I still love Titans! I was playing in the snow last night one last time! Went through 2-3 ft drifts and banks and it performed great!

Will post pics of the Burb when I get it home. I am gonna have to sell the BFGs and the Cap soon.

Didn't like hearing Nissan is thinking of canning the Titan - numbnuts they are!
 
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