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Old 04-06-2016, 07:17 AM
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I guess this is what happens when a fellow enthusiast calls and needs a hand moving.




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That's a whole lotta sexy going on right there.
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Old 04-06-2016, 09:42 AM
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Old 04-06-2016, 10:13 AM
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Haha I figured the whole setup weighed about 28k. Which is a whole lot of sexy, I think!

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Haha I figured the whole setup weighed about 28k. Which is a whole lot of sexy, I think!

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Heck I don't need a new truck to pull my 13K fifth wheel camper.
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Oh yeah!

Just gotta clarify that the only reason the other trucks are trailered is because you can't drive all three at once
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Heck I don't need a new truck to pull my 13K fifth wheel camper.
I don't need one either, but it sure makes it nice to cruise 75 mph with 2 rows of seating and no wind noise competing with the satellite radio haha

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Oh yeah!

Just gotta clarify that the only reason the other trucks are trailered is because you can't drive all three at once
That's about half true. The black one on back is a running, driving truck. The white one, however, is a recent purchase and hasn't ran in a couple years. There is a large gaping hole where a carburetor should be. But yeah, trailering with the diesel means 13 mpg, vs 8 mpg each, trying to drive them all up there.

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Took my old beast elk hunting for a couple weeks. First real work it's done in a long while.
It started out my son's project, wound up mine. It's been a tinker toy for a while. It was fun getting it out in the mountains. Seemed appropriate.
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^^^Archery? Truck is earning his keep.
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