Cool Trucks

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. Mrmerlin

    Mrmerlin Rollin a new 2019 R 1250 GS, N a 2011 K1300S

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  2. WARRIORPRINCEJJ

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    My Grandfather's nearby neighbor had one almost identical to this...



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    IMHO, this ^^^ is just such a proper "truck". :nod
  3. 1stgenfarmboy

    1stgenfarmboy The Sherpa Man

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  5. SKT

    SKT Long timer

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  6. bk brkr baker

    bk brkr baker Long timer

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    Nailhead Inclusion Rider

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    SKT Long timer

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  9. Nailhead

    Nailhead Inclusion Rider

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    The important part is the load capacity of the truck: my aunt's '72 F-250 had a GIANT camper on it, which I was dumb enough to volunteer to drive from Tucson to
    WY, riding the bump stops all the way. Any turn was potentially very exciting.
  10. Purcell69

    Purcell69 Mors ex Tenebris

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  11. Purcell69

    Purcell69 Mors ex Tenebris

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    -Joe
  12. Purcell69

    Purcell69 Mors ex Tenebris

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  13. disgustipated

    disgustipated gnardogshredripper

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    IMG_20190923_082857.jpg FWD

    One of the two engines is a Detroit diesel two smoke
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  14. disgustipated

    disgustipated gnardogshredripper

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    IMG_20190923_082951.jpg And here's the cutest little dump truck!
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  15. barkingllizard

    barkingllizard 114146 LIKES STOLEN

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  16. Purcell69

    Purcell69 Mors ex Tenebris

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  17. RidingDonkeys

    RidingDonkeys Purveyor of Awesome Supporter

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    In 1994, my family moved from Alabama to NC. We spent the first couple months living in a hotel. It was a work related move, and my parents wanted to get us kids to start the school year in NC, even though they didn't have a house yet. Luckily my dad's employer paid for the hotel. We had a 1986 C20 3/4 ton, blue with a silver middle panel, and red pinstripe. Something about the relocation package limited weight. But it allowed them to ship a vehicle. So they packed that Suburban full of shit the day before the shipper showed up. He was in a flatbed tow truck, and would drive it on that rig point to point. About the time he started winching the truck up, he knew he was screwed. The front wheels of his rig started bobbing immediately, eventually just lifting up in the air like your picture. He nutted up and kept going though, with the truck eventually returning all four wheels to the ground when the Suburban was fully loaded. He hit the road, and we hit the air. The next day, we linked up when he dropped off the Suburban. My dad asked how the trip was, and he said "Horrible. I knew I should have gotten a bigger truck."
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    All that money & nothing better to do with it than profane that poor WDX.
  19. bk brkr baker

    bk brkr baker Long timer

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    Staying with the 6 , extra points bonus !

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  20. WARRIORPRINCEJJ

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    In my eyes, this thing has a buttload of potential. YMMV...



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