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Discussion in 'Trucks' started by sonic, Mar 31, 2009.
Thanks, air conditioned seats are nice here in AZ. 68RFE 6-speed auto.
Congrats! A necessity in Texas as well. Enjoy all that power and run that exhaust brake all the time to help keep the turbo clean or just go ahead and delete now.
New tow vehicle
I picked this up a few weeks ago from Mr Jason Holley.
Air bags installed after this pic so no more squat.
Mine was from Jason also🏻
Good guy a very easy deal
2004 Chevy 1500 LT loaded 2wd, sold it to myself when I was at the Anaheim dealership. Definitely adjusted the position of the chevelle on the trailer to get the tongue weight right on the way back
Bad photo, but was trying real quick that day to get a pic of the boat, the truck, and the hot rod.
Saw you this weekend at Campbell cove gas station, bitchin truck, wheel and tire size is right on the money
My Sport Chassis....
04 4Runner v6 2WD. It tows and launches the boat really well all things considered. I added air bags in the rear springs for when I tow my race car or the boat on the highway. I also added a large trans cooler.
2004 F-650, 28K miles, Caterpillar 3126/C7 Engine, It has a special ECM unit, PDI High Velocity Turbo, high pressure injectors and fuel pump, RBS exhaust, dyno 500 horse power rear wheels, Allison 6 speed automatic, limousine lighting, touch screen cd/dvd system with navigation, front and rear cameras, top of the line K40 radar system and jammer, LED lighting underneath truck, hidden electronic step system, 250 gallon hidden gas tanks, Burlington train horn. 445/65R-22.5 Super Singles, Over $24,000 put into the lift kit (Monster King Shocks). $15,000 in accessories on the motor alone. $59,500.00
My tow vehicle, 2008 Ranger XP 700, 40HP, lifted with king coilovers on 26" Baja Cross tires I use it to move my boat around when I need to get the 5th wheel out.
1973 Chevy Crew Cab C/30 with 1974 19' Schiada V-Drive
2007 Dodge Ram 2500 with 1995 Eliminator Eagle 250
Love the Chevy. Bad ass
2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 with a 6" lift on 35's.
Same tow vehicle I posted 6 years ago with some minor changes. And a newer one for long trips with the kids.
My 2005 F150. Don't have any with the boat connected yet, summer needs to hurry!
I just bought this..
C2500, belltech lowered, rear air, magna charged.
Matching shell for river trips..
Sold the fleetside and picked up a new dually megacab CTD.
So got a new towpig, just finished with some upgrades. No pic pulling the boat yet it's still in winter storage.
Picked up an old 3/4 suburban with the big block, 4l80 Trans and 4:10 gears and only 100k miles. Found some old weld one piece forged wheels and polished them up and threw on some tires.
That's fantastic. So clean and with the big block should be great towing. Cool.
07 Tundra 4x4 6" Skyjacker full leaf pack in the rear, 35" MT, rear end 4:30
New 2015 and Old 2000
What brand of shell is that?
I'm thinking of getting one,I like that it's a bit taller but not too tall.
My '04 super duty. I sprayed bedliner up to the top bodyline. It's a work truck. I also use it plow snow.
With the bedliner up that high, the tree branches don't mess up the paint when I plow my snow. I stopped giving a shit about door dings in parking lots too.
Here are a couple pictures of my tow vehicles.
Scott's bitchen rides!