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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
For me the line is right under the body....
According to some of the jackasses in the Honda Pantyline thread, if the Manufacturer or the N.H.T.S.A. call it a "truck", then it's a truck. It could be a fucking airplane. But, if either one of the above calls it a truck, it's a truck.
I'm with Motomedic. If you can't weld a gooseneck or receiver plate between two frame rails, it's ain't a truck.
Jurgen would argue that everything in this thread, that we call a "truck", is actually a "pick-up".
It's official, slammers blow!
Looks like it buy the likes, I can appreciate all the work that goes into bagged or lifted nice trucks, but if they go more than a couple inches lower or higher than stock it just is not my thing, but I'm not the boss of the world so continue on gents.
and as far as the truck thing, if it will carry over a ton of feathers in the bed it is a truck, if it will haul less that 1/2 ton it's a pickup
A pickup has a separate open bed [it may be covered (tonneau or shell) or occupied with something such as a slide-in camper, but the base bed is open and not attached to the cab, unlike a ute (Ranchero, El Camino), Ridgeline, or Avalanche] and can be driven by someone with a standard operator's (Class C) license. A truck has a work body (lineman, plumber, electrician), box body (freight, moving truck), or otherwise requires a Class B or A license to operate, because of weight (>24,000#), brake technology (air), or articulation (semi).
Switch countries and those license classes don't mean a darn thing
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That's why I gave a brief description.
Countries? Hell, States.
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Mmmm that doesn't work over here, Holden ute:
Both similar size......
So it's clear as mud then..... cool, as long as we all understand!