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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by NateV, Feb 6, 2009.
I might have counted those two GMCs for chevy's.
It doesn't really matter. They're the same thing anyways.
heres the 5500, Cant find any pics of the 2500, there some floating around this site.
So put me down for 2.
I'll play along. The ford has a removable ramp.
Sorry, some pics taken with phone.
Wait... We can have multiple entries?
Put me down for 2 internationals 3 macks a peterbilt 3 fords and a chevy. I only have a Chevy because I got it for 1700$ during some family BS. It's an ex-phone company truck. 160k miles on the clock I bought it at 117,000. Only replaced the battery, fuel pump, tires, and brakes since then.
What do you know, a ford that needs help from a New Holland!
Thats my sister's car and the parking break wen't out on it. Rolled down the hill and almost wen't into our pond.
Ksss, How tall is your 5500 4x4? Looks taller than my buddies 2x4 4500. I know it's way taller than my 4x4 450.
Wow, I'm surprised that NW had enough power to pull it up the hill
It was probably your sisters fault anyways. If she hadn't drove 5000 miles with the brake on it might still hold.
I have one, i was the first one to post a gmc
I corrected myself later on. There's 4 GMCs here. 5 if we count Kaiser's 5500.