Pics of my truck(s). Just cause

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I think that generation Tundra is one of the most trouble free trucks around. We have 2 in the family and they just keep running with minimal repairs. Only drawback is the gas milage, but if you are looking for a reliable truck hard to beat. Curious to see the next generation when it comes out.
 

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Bought this Nissan Frontier after i got my first job. I wanted a truck with a manual transmission and without all of the bloat. 2008, 4.0L V6, 6speed manual, Dana rear end, 4wheel drive with limited slip deferential. It has everything i want (cruise control, radio, cd player, power windows and ac) and nothing i dont . If i had my druthers i would love a simple 90s type GMC 4x4 1/2 ton, 5 speed, but unfortunately no companies seem to be interested in a simple manual transmission truck (even dodge dropped their manual option on their 3/4ton + diesels). 3 Pedals all the way!!!!!

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Ya I’m not sure Stu it’s definitely a rare truck now a days. They build them much higher than the old 2wd. I can’t say anything about the snow yet but we will see. I think I put my last truck in 4wd a half dozen times in the 90k miles I drove it. I’m just gonna have sand bags on standby
Same I generally put the truck in 4wheel only a couple of times a year, i tend to drive with it off to keep me from driving faster than is wise (something about 4wheel drive doesn't mean 4 wheel stop;)). I do agree with Jerry though, despite not using it a lot i don't think i would get a truck without it, i really like knowing that its there when i need it.... and when i need it, i REALLY need it:D
 

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1996 e250 Quiggley 4x4. Rhino lined inside and out rod holders thru out interior as well as surf racks. My wife hates it but I can hold all my toys. Tow my stuff around and drive on the beach. Waves are best winters down here on Long Island. The older I get the harder it is to get motivated. Was 16 degrees today fun waves. Got my wetsuit on in the truck and left it running while I surfed back into a warm van. The rooftop tents pretty cool too. Kids love it. Just dropped in a new jasper crate engine last month. All freshened up!

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