what is most important to you in picking out a truck

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  1. flynfrog

    flynfrog Cool isnt Cheap

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    me its room for stereo and power then towing abilty then how much can i beat teh piss out of it till it breaks
     
  2. jeeps4u

    jeeps4u OT's Master Tech

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    suspension and axle config.
     
  3. twistid

    twistid Banged By Super Models Moderator

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    durablity, easy to maintain, towing, payload
     
  4. Wolvrin704

    Wolvrin704 Guest

    Power and styling.
     
  5. nucl3ar

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    off-roadability
     
  6. Defiantguy21

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    Stereo potential, engine power, room, and obviously how it drives.
     
  7. TriShield

    TriShield SPERGING COREY 2020 Super Moderator

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    Overall package, ride, quiet, features, design, engineering, power, etc.

    My favorite truck right now is the Silverado. Though I hate IFS, I like the rest of the truck enough to where I could live with it.
     
  8. wfo

    wfo "Delivers Ultimate Traction"

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    Power, Durability, and Solid Axles, everything else will be taken out and/or upgraded
     
  9. Thunderbear

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    Ground clearance, tire clearance, moddable platform? , aftermarket support, custom potential, engine swap available and feasible? interior appealing, comfort, mobile multimedia capable or installable?
     
  10. SycoPhant

    SycoPhant Get out my way

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    Power, looks, modifications. In that order.
     
  11. Coma Black

    Coma Black Guest

    Driveability and power
    For my choice it's either the Chevy Silverado or Toyota Tundra V8.
     
  12. Surgie

    Surgie Mein Führer, I can walk!

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    Room for stereo, pretty good power but dosn't need to be a Syclone or anything crazy like that :)

    Gotta be sporting a bowtie too :big grin:
     
  13. wfo

    wfo "Delivers Ultimate Traction"

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    That came out to be a ZR2? :big grin: Just kidding
     
  14. Thunderbear

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    the Z came from these parameters:

    Insane factory ground clearance, overbuilt rear axle w/ decent rear gear, best all terrain tires ever mounted on a stock truck, moderate approach/departure angle, biggest V6 ever made, great interior, good low range, high, flat torque curve....

    I should have added this to the criteria in the first post: Not a Jeep :p
     
  15. nucl3ar

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    :rolleyes:
     
  16. GoldRanger

    GoldRanger New Member

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    Indeed :)

    Plus its nice on the interstate to look 360 and see all cars.
     
  17. Thunderbear

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    :rolleyes:
     
  18. Thunderbear

    Thunderbear Guest

    :rofl: bring it. ain't shit that ford makes that owns my truck.
     
  19. wfo

    wfo "Delivers Ultimate Traction"

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    cough...solid...cough...axle owns...cough
     
  20. Thunderbear

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    Really? I've got twelve successful ford extractions that say it does. No less than twelve separate Fords that supposedly 'own' my truck. I don't think so. Pulled out Jeeps, F150's, F250's, 1500s, 2500s, Rangers, Toyotas, Nissans, even a Land Rover.
     
  21. jeeps4u

    jeeps4u OT's Master Tech

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    just because you towed someone else out dosent mean your truck is more capable offroad :fawk: if a 85 celica pulled my sniperoff a certain stick... well you get the point
     
  22. Thunderbear

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    Hmm. When I cross the same obstacle effortlessly, and then proceed to extract them on top of that.. that = ownage.

    You're just mad I pulled one of your precious Jeeps out :fawk:

    actually, it was 3 or 4 :rofl:
     
  23. jeeps4u

    jeeps4u OT's Master Tech

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    so driver skill dosent come in to play? :fawk:

    jeep taught your company everything it knows about 4wd. The day that anyone other than jeep is the legendary 4wd, is the day that pigs fly. you cant deny tradition :fawk:
     
  24. Thunderbear

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    Price of ZR2 $15,000
    Price of 20,000 pound tow strap $29.95
    Hooking tow strap up to said tradition = priceless. :rofl: :fawk:
     
  25. wfo

    wfo "Delivers Ultimate Traction"

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    Where did you find a ZR2 for that much?
     

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