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post #1 of 5 Old 11-17-2011, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Alright so previous i asked a poll on what you did with your truck. I know the poll wasnt the best and i left some areas out but now i need is what you do but your weight that you do. for example

me: I pull a 5th wheel for work/living it wieghts about 12k also during the year i carry a ton of corn every month/ not all the time in my truck but this is an example.

if you remember what you voted in my previous poll just say number 1-4
1. if you pull some sort of trailer or loads alot
2. you cary some loads or pull a trailer sometimes
3. you have a truck and every blue moon actually use it
4. you have a truck cuz you wanted one and do nothing with it. but to look cool
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I'll go with option #3. When I do drive my truck, it is to haul something (usually, or if I'm taking my lady out). If I don't NEED my truck, I am using my beater car that gets 30 MPG...

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ok well do you got some weights for what you haul an average
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Uhh tractor and trailer, figure 9000lbs. Boat and trailer, 3000lbs. Small flatbed weighs around 800lbs empty, load depends on what I'm hauling for the day. Could be a big riding mower, could be brush, etc.

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thanks and come on folks i knw you tow stuff
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