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Dual Crew Cabs

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mountainexplorer, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    People looked twice when I passed them on the freeway.
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    Probably not the smartest thing to do... but I did get up to about 80mph on the freeway just to see if I could. I promise, I don't normally speed.
     
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    Doesnt look like a Chevy on the trailer....Taillights look different.. They look a little Moparish...
     
  3. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    no it is

    look at the dual headlights in the first pic , its a gm.:cool1:
     
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    Im talking about the truck on the trailer not the tow rig, thats obviously a GM but the trailered truck is in the dark I cant see anything distinguishable on the front end...
     
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    Right on! first of all; <chris slaps chris for not knowing what a chevy looks like> Nice dual crew cabs. Only better thing than that is dual crew duallys :grin: also cool to see a fiero in the foreground :waytogo:
     
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    Mabye my pics are darker than yalls, I cant see anything on the truck on the trailer except a little reflection on the front fender marker, rear taillights, I see big mirrors and a rather large exhaust pipe... :confused: :confused: :confused:
     
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    quit yer whinin chris, turn up your monitor brightness, this chris can tell thats a gm, and so can the other chris. so chris & chris agree that chris doesnt know what a gm truck looks like. Good job chris.......
     
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    set to night vision

    night vision shows up good for me . the regular white is just to bright for me.
    look at the 4 headlights and the grill , the side marker lights. it has aftermarket mirrors on it . most likly a trailler haller in past life before he got it.:cool1:
     
  10. mountainexplorer

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    Does this show up better? It's an '84 soon to be a parts rig for an '82... being towed by an '81. The 60 was already robbed out of it before I got it. :(
     
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    Good work man!
     
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    You know I think they have a cure for the 4dr problem that you have:grin:
     
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    Nope. No cure. :D
     
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    I have a 4 door prob too. Once you go crew you never go back! Or at least I never will. Maybe only to get a K5 set up to wheel, but I still would rather have a 4door! :waytogo:
     
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    Nice work I passed one up 2 weeks ago. Was going for 2700, I only had about 1500 avail, and he wouldn't take it. but o well, someday I will have a "fleet" as great as yours
     
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    Same here. I gots me two atm one 4x4 and one will be someday :whistle: But I'm hooked on the crew duallys. They are big, long, and wide :dunno: Just love em to death!!!
     
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    nice score...... you bastard
     
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    one ton of fun....

    That trailer is stronger than it looks I guess!--I'll bet that truck was a stress test for it,it probably weighs between 6500-8000 lbs!:yikes: :yikes: --is it hard to tow it at 80 mph??:blush:--the trailer I borrowed from a friend,a homemade one with dead axles from caddy eldorado's would start fishtailing violently at 67+ mph,but towed perfect at the speed limit of 65 or under--sort of a built in speed controller!(I was a wimp and drove no faster than 55 with it after the first "experience" I had with it!..(I towed a junk car on it,an eagle medallion).

    Anyone else notice a trailer makes a dandy anchor if there is any snow or ice on the road--it was quite a chore to drag it out of his backyard and up a hill to get it to borrow it,and I hope he forgives me for what we did to what used to be his lawn and backyard--looks like a rut factory now...,it took several attempts and 4wd,4-lo to get it to the street!!:blush: :blush: .:doah:
     
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    Ah shutup Chris yes I see now that its a Chevrolet, I checked on another computer and it was plain as day, something must be up with this monitor...
     
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    do 3 chris's make a right?... or a wrong?... :dunno:
     

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