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Old 06-14-2012, 11:06 PM
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want to buy a work truck

I am in colorado and am looking for a work truck that is gooseneck ready and capable of towing. I have browsed craigslist but nothing seems to have caught my eye but one truck. If you guhys know anyone or have one for sale let me know. My budget is 1800$ so I don't expect nothing clean nor pretty. Just work ready
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Not gooseneck ready, but could be. It already has trailer brakes on it. And I could definitely dip below your budget.

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I've been browsing CL and have found quite a few pickups for under $2000 around Pueblo and CS. I don't know if any of them had gooseneck hitches but you could pick up an old truck for $1000 and afford to put one in. There's a chevy down the street from me for sale and someone put in a cutout in the tailgate for a 5th wheel/ gooseneck and it looks decent just from driving by. I saw it on CL I think it's $1800.
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