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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by wazzabie, Oct 13, 2005.
dude its got a dodge bed on it, WTF?
For some odd reason I like it other than the dodge bed.
Yea, that doesn't look quite right with the Dodge bed on that...
because it shares the same body lines as our trucks a dually Chevrolet bet would make that truck look 100% better
thats wierd i saw a 72 1-ton chevy longbed with a 95 or so dodge dually bed on it the other day. i went back to take pics and it was gone but the lines matched up pretty well. not my favorite but nice to see he tried.
Didn't these 2.5 tons come with a bigger engine then the 6.2?
be a good buggy tow rig if ya sold the lame dodge bed, extended the wheelbase some, put a huge/long flatbed on it and some ramps. Throw the buggy up on the flatbed and you're set.
It cant be a 6.2 unless some yahoo put it in there, thats about the same as the trucks we have had at work, anywhere from a 350 in one of ours, to a 366 big block or 427 big block. It would of had a 4 speed manual if it was a deisel but I cant remeber the diesel that went into these trucks, the only one at work we had that WAS a diesel was converted to a 350 when the diesel blew, the rest of the gas trucks were either a 5 speed manual with a auxiarly tranny with 1-2-3-OD or a 5 + 2 manual
I like the truck with the auxiarly tranny. It had a 427 that ran like a top, it was a twin screw too(two rear axles) you couldnt get that thing stuck anywhere tendering and there were some plenty wet drive ways
It could be something other than a chevy 6.2. I think I have seen them with detroits or cats in them.
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