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Old 02-17-2012, 01:16 PM   #1
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Default Pictures of your truck at work or hard at work

Well I don't use my truck at work much but just wanted to see people's trucks at their work or hard at work. This is my two fav trucks together! Think it would be cool to see some pics. When not at work I do put it to work sometime hauling boats and motorcycles.
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Old 02-17-2012, 01:20 PM   #2
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It didn't even have 1000 miles at this point. It is a truck after all.
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Not going to be as hardcore as all the pictures I'm sure will be posted... but loading up a bunch of snowboards, surfboards, and climbing gear and getting them to the sometimes remote locations I need to get to use them is what I got the truck for - so... counts?

As awesome as the truck is, she doesn't float, so I can't really offer up an at work photo.
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Looks like the operator of that bucket has it about 15' too far to the right.
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firezach - first, thank you for your fearless service in protecting our lives and homes. It's often thankless...always dangerous.

I will admit I'm ****, and too obsessive about keeping my vehicles clean. I'd love to have a 4X4, but I'd literally have either a stroke or heart attack if I ever went off-road and got it muddy. I know....but I'm just sick that way. But I do haul loads of shredded mulch in the bed during spring or pick-ups from Lowe's or Home Depot. Of course...I pressure wash the bed immediately afterwards.

As I posted in the "dumb two-tone paint" thread, I'm picking up my '12 Lariat Screw this afternoon 150 miles away. I'm going to hit some pretty good storms coming home, and I'm already wincing about rolling into my driveway in a brand new truck...already wet and messed up from wet road film.
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This was the 3rd load of the day.....Feb 2011
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Looks like the operator of that bucket has it about 15' too far to the right.
haha that's funny. It was a pretty good truck but probably the last chevy I will buy. I love my ford. I actually went to the auto show a couple weeks ago and really liked the dodge. I know it it is a dodge but that power wagon was pretty cool.
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Mine with a few pounds of #57 stone in the bed.......
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