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Old 08-14-2010, 08:00 PM
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Show truck or work truck?

Was at landscaper supply yard today getting mulch in my trailer. Guy in front of me driving new King Ranch got 1 1/2 yds crushed concrete. They dropped into his bed.
Ya, I know that's the purpose of a truck and weight is no problem, but that was a 60k retail truck.
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I wish I could afford to fleet my business with KRs, don't begrudge his/her success.

A local competitor of mine has an 09 F350 Harley with an ARE cap on it. My first impression was "way to eff up an awesome truck" but on second thought...more power to him. He's obviously proud of his success and has the stones to use an F350 for its intended purpose regardless of its' trim level. Be happy he's driving a Ford.
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maybe that's his DD and he just needed to haul something just one time.
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Old 11-07-2010, 09:22 AM
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Was at landscaper supply yard today getting mulch in my trailer. Guy in front of me driving new King Ranch got 1 1/2 yds crushed concrete. They dropped into his bed.
Ya, I know that's the purpose of a truck and weight is no problem, but that was a 60k retail truck.
It's still a truck, who cares what option package it has. It's no less of a truck than an XL with vinyl seats.
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:35 AM
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any truck should be worked like it owes you money...lol
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I'd do the same if I had the money... wouldn't you?
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I love the ford trucks. I have now opened a car rental in israel and the majority are trucks that are from FORD.
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Old 02-24-2011, 05:42 AM
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Well Pop's 1982 f-150 might pass as a ...

Show truck when compared to mine! But, my 4x4 short-bed version of his
is what we use for our "dirty work" & hunting big game in the fall. (Pop
mainly uses his nowadays to drive Mum to work when the roads are too
treacherous for her Toyota Corrola!) (Pop retired a few years ago), soo he
really has no need for the TANK he owns... BUT, heaven help the fool that
crosses his path like the fool that nearly sent my Toyota Camry to the
junkyard when I should have been driving my "TANK"!!!
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