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Discussion in 'Tow Vehicles, Hitch & Towing' started by firepit, Aug 31, 2021.
My next TV will have Roku built in ;-)
Can’t imagine why ppl are buying them. I used to be a Chevy guy, but that was a long time ago. Sad how unreliable they’ve become.
They’re not good at pulling big stuff? I keep seeing big 5th wheels out and about…then look to the TV and it’s quite common for it to be an F350!
Camping right now. Walked out to the front of the site. Can see 5 Fords, 3 Rams, 1 GMC. Plus a Class C built on a Ford E-450 chassis.
Poll results so far seem accurate to the real world!
We have a 2019 ford ranger. Packed and raring to go. Usually in the past Chevy, but the ranger is great fun.
Must be a geographical thing Because around her it goes Chevy...Ram.. Ford and Minivan...LOL.
I hope to never have to drive a minivan regardless of who makes it.
We always had Chevy, our ford ranger is the first for us.
I got Jeep because they've got really good transfer cases compared to other brands, and I may end up needing 4WD for stuff not directly related to camping. Any V6 two- row SUV would've gotten the job done, to be honest. I got the year I did because I like the style better than the newer ones, and the price was right.
Even after a ton of repairs.
just saying, im guessing im driving one of the OLDEST trucks:
1996 toyota, T100.
pre tundra or tacoma!
v6, but it gets me there!
& as of this post, 343 THOUSAND MILES.
all but the first 30k are mine, all mine.
I have you beat on age. I have a 1994 Toyota pickup I bought new. I towed the Apache 8 years with it and the boat 20. It's been a great truck.
I have a 1977 F150 I tow the TT with. My family bought it new. It's been the tow vehicle for over half a dozen TT's.