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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Tharrell, Feb 9, 2008.
Ha ha ha ha, Here's some snapshots of something I swiped off the net.
Looks really nice,I like it.What are the specs on it? Don't know about it for a work truck but I would love it as a personal vehicle.
Looks nice , lets see if it becomes real !
Maybe they should give out a few , let us put plows on them and work the crap out of them and see how they really hold up.
anyone notice that it doesn't have a trailer hitch on it? it has a 5th wheel in the bed, but not a bumper pull one.
well give a bit of a break it is a show vehicle....take a look at the Chevy Cheyene...not even a rear bumper..Gasp.....
or the ford super chief
I don't know of anyone who tows with a bumper hitch anymore, spend 2 or 3 bills on a class 4 frame hitch and quit whining....
bumper pull refers to a tag along trailer opposed to a 5th wheel trailer. i have a class IV hitch on my truck, and the trailers that hook up to it are bumper pull style trailers.
looks like chevy and ford are gearing more towards these city a-holes that drive big 4x4 to and from work...at the office, and not toward people that use trucks for work...that IMO is why people that need trucks, can't afford them anymore.
Anything like the Tundra should be a heck of a truck
is that a ford.