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Old 11-29-2007, 08:33 PM   #1
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Pick up truck drivers come in

Am I the only pick up truck driver on earth who doesnt hunt?

Im on some pick up forums and it seems like everyone on there hunts. Maybe I'm to wussy to have a pick up? I dont want to shoot things
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Old 11-29-2007, 09:38 PM   #2
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I'll have to ask you to turn in your truck driving credentials....

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Old 11-29-2007, 09:45 PM   #3
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The only thing I hunt for is change, and pocket-lint by proxy.
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I don't hunt, nor do I have a gun collection that rivals most armories...
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Old 11-29-2007, 11:18 PM   #5
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I used to and am about to again drive a pickup (96 ranger before...big POS. 87 S10 now. quite frankly, I'll take the S10). no guns, no hunting, shot them a few times back in scouts though.
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:30 PM   #6
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no hunting with my ranger. one thing i did notice, at my old work place in central Delaware, 90% of the employees had pickups and 80% hunted. In northern Del. at my new job 20% have trucks and no one hunts. once you cross the canal its a whole different world
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:39 PM   #7
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I'm too lazy to hunt, I would have to eat it right there. I've hit two deer with my vehicles. Killed one and severly hurt (broken back leg) the second. I love pick-ups, my bed is for my secondary fuel tank (veggie oil) when it arrives. It also makes getting large auto parts easy to pick-up and carry. I.E. I have a 3.07 rear that I am swapping in my truck so I can ditch the 3.54's. Also, my Cummins won't fit in some foreign econocrushmetodeathbox car.

I've just had too many accidents where women and senior citizens have rammed me, thats its hard to drive a car that is too tiny. It's also easier to make a pick-up more aerodynamic since its big and I can crawl under it even though its 2wd.
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I can crawl under it even though its 2wd.
one of the main reasons for my interest, I don't need a jack to get more than my arm underneath. (ok actually I can get most of me under the cressida wihtout a jack...I just can't DO anything that way)
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i have one and dont hunt... dont see the point of sitting in a tree all day.

i like havign a truck beacuse it is easy to just go get large bulky objects. or heavy(ie a backhoe load of gravel, cant do that in a car)

and yea getting auto parts is fun too. sur ei could be getting prolyl double the mpg if i had a car but ehh close to 30mpg for where i drive(70% 55mph highway) is good enough for me
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i dont hunt either

i'm not opposed to it; it just doesnt do anything for me
Same here. And for my Dad who does drive a pickemup.
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