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Dodge 7 20.59%
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post #31 of 38 Old 09-02-2009, 01:48 PM
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It's funny because not long ago I had a client (male) who informed me that if you know how to drive, you don't need 4x4. Understand, he doesn't plow, and travels intown/city roads. Well of course you don't need 4x4.
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post #32 of 38 Old 09-02-2009, 05:52 PM
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Does Toyota actually count as a truck? :p

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post #33 of 38 Old 09-02-2009, 06:46 PM
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My personal opinion what good is a truck when they can't pull or haul anything? A truck is MEANT to pull and haul stuff. If you want an offroading thing get a jeep or a Geotracker. I think the Nessian trucks are a joke aswell.
lol, not all trucks are meant to pull. What im saying is a toyota is not meant for that, I REALIZE that. Im saying they are for off roading. You don't need a dinky jeep to go off roading, trucks are meant for that as well. JMO, you like dodges or whatever, I like toyota. Everybody needs a truck for different purposes, not just to pull stuff like you.

Since your so big into vehicles, you might want to spell Nissan correctly.

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Does Toyota actually count as a truck? :p
Not if you are going to haul more than a bag of feed or tow a trailer.

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post #35 of 38 Old 09-02-2009, 11:09 PM
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Not if you are going to haul more than a bag of feed or tow a trailer.
ha ha ha, very funny.

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Not if you are going to haul more than a bag of feed or tow a trailer.
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What good is a truck if it can't haul more then as Kentucky said a bag of feed. What good is a truck if your not going to use it for hauling. And btw those "dinky" jeeps can rock crawl and pull thro mud pits better then any dinky "Toyota". Jeep Wranglers are about the size of a Toyota "truck" anyways. You need "dinky" vehicles for mudding unless you have a lift, which cuts down your turning ability by quite abit. The lighter the vehicle the better. In my opinion Jeeps are the best mudding and off roading vehicle outthere. Toyota just made their own version of a truck to try to fitin with the big boys like Ford, Dodge, and Chevy. Heck, the Nissan Titan can pull and haul more then Toytas largest truck model. An that's something they shold be embarassed about.
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What good is a truck if it can't haul more then as Kentucky said a bag of feed. What good is a truck if your not going to use it for hauling. And btw those "dinky" jeeps can rock crawl and pull thro mud pits better then any dinky "Toyota". Jeep Wranglers are about the size of a Toyota "truck" anyways. You need "dinky" vehicles for mudding unless you have a lift, which cuts down your turning ability by quite abit. The lighter the vehicle the better. In my opinion Jeeps are the best mudding and off roading vehicle outthere. Toyota just made their own version of a truck to try to fitin with the big boys like Ford, Dodge, and Chevy. Heck, the Nissan Titan can pull and haul more then Toytas largest truck model. An that's something they shold be embarassed about.
just drop it delete, I like toyota, you like dodge, were both happy. Like I fricken said before, everybody needs a truck for a different reason! You need to haul things, I don't, kappish ?!?!?!

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