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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by GLS, Jan 12, 2004.
i'm happy to see you still have/use the chevy
Curious why you went with a regular cab? All three trucks I have right now are regular cab's and it's driving me nuts. Next work truck will be an extended cab. Next personal truck will either be an extended cab or 4 door. I'm tired of not having anywhere to throw a sweat shirt, water jug, set of wrenches, etc.
6.5" caliper is a heck of a tree, best be photos of that install!
The cummins is very nice! What do you think of your 6.7's? You must think pretty well of them since you have two!
you have a shop???
What was the reason for getting rid of the ford? Wasn't it an 08/09? Plow going on this one also?
Thanks. Still miss "old blue" a little, but she was gettin old. We had to put a new tranny in, the motor had seen better days, and a little rust was starting to appear. I think we would have put a lot of money into it to keep it going, just didn't make sense to keep it any longer. It was probably the best looking truck we had IMO, here is a pic of her back in the day...
Don't know how you spotted it, but there are 2 x-country bikes and 2 DH bikes. The DH bikes are a Specialized Demo 9 and a Trek Session 77, both used. Here is a shot of the Demo 9, don't have a pic of the Trek. Just bought them this year, only been on a mountain one time. Hopefully they'll get a lot more use.
Thanks. No grapple, just brush stacked on pallet forks.