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In the Old West a man's horse was his first love. This is a group for those who feel that saw love for their pickup truck.

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What's in your toolbox?

Started by Terrance R. Last reply by Terrance R Jun 23. 2 Replies

Most of us probably have tool boxes on our trucks.  They are a nice place to store the extra things that would normally just pile up behind a seat or in the floorboard.  What is your box and what…Continue

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Chevy, Ford, Dodge or Toyota

Started by Dave Santuomo. Last reply by Travis Spuhler Jun 23. 9 Replies

Let's jump right into the debate. Which is the best men? Chevy, Ford, Dodge or Toyata? My vote is Chevy. Never had a Dodge but every damn Ford pickup I had I was always working on it. My Chevys have…Continue

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Comment by Terrance R on May 26, 2015 at 8:43pm

Hello there everyone!  My current pickup is a 2000 Old Body Style GMC K2500 Crew Cab with a short bed.  Last year I swapped the factory bed that had seen some pretty interesting damage out for a step side bed I had painted to match the truck. 

Since this picture, I've put the side moldings on and added the factory pin stripe to the bed.

Comment by Jonathan on December 31, 2013 at 4:46pm

2006 Toyota Tundra here.  I had a small '95 Nissan truck, but the engine blew at 222k miles.  Love the Tundra and it's size, bigger is definitely better.

Comment by TKM on June 21, 2013 at 6:47pm

I'm a Chevy and Ford man. Growing up, my dad had a 1989 Ranger 4x4 with a wooden box (because the old one rusted away) and my grandfather had a 1994/95 F350. My first vehicle was a 1994 Chevy S10 Blazer 4x4, and my current vehicle is a 2003 Chevy S10 LS, crewcab, 4x4...She's my baby.

Comment by Rick Shelton on July 11, 2012 at 12:57pm

Debate?  No debate necessary.  I'm all for the Fords.  I owned an 81 Chevy C10 Stepside back in 85.  I also owned a Ford F150 8' 4x4.  I'll take the Ford over Chevy any day.  I liked the Chevy but I loved the Ford.

My favorite (true) story about the Ford happend on a rainy day.  I was sitting at a red light and I heard a thump.  I looked around to see what fell but didn't see anything until I looked in my rear-view and saw the very top of a car behind me.  I thought to myself "He seems a bit close".  I put the truck in park and got out to check it out.  Sure enough the guy behind me didn't stop in time and hit the back bumper of the truck (the I-beam bumper).  He'd sheared off the top of his radiator and was belching steam.  I asked if he was ok and told him I'd call the cops to write the accident report.  He said no thanks and took off (no insurance I'd guess).  I looked at the bumper and it only needed touch-up paint.  I never even felt him hit me, only heard it.

Comment by Andrew Z on March 12, 2011 at 3:22pm
Chevy all the way. In 2003 I worked for a car rental place in the country and drove the new Titan, F-150, Silverado, and Ram at one time or another and I loved the Chevy. Loved it so much, I bought my first truck last year: a 2003 Silverado. Compared to the others I like the steering, seats, bed height, and looks of the Chevy. Next truck I buy will be a 4x4, though, because this truck definitely has its limits but the back country is calling my name.
Comment by Tony Weidman on February 21, 2011 at 3:41pm
you left our GMC Dave, course it's pretty much the same as Chevy. Mine's an 86 Sierra Classic that my father gave to me shortly before he died.

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