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What Kind of Vehicle do you drive

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Jcarter, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. Jcarter

    Jcarter Puppy

    Okay there are pictures of everyone, their tattoos and of course their doggies
    but I want to know what kind of vehicle everyone drives. A car can tell you a lot about someone. As for me I am a redneck as you will clearly see:)

    This is my 1986 Toyota 4Runner with a 4 inch suspension lift 33 12.50 15 Procomp XTerrain's ARB front bumper and an 8000lb warn winch

  2. Teal

    Teal Krypto Super Dog Premium Member

    Gotta love 1st gen runners! What gears are you running? Straight axle or IFS?

    I'm currently driving stock trucks... I couldn't haul my lifted ones up here and haven't been able to afford to do anything to mine!

    The love of my life, my 92 runner... Plans for a straight axle, gears, lockers, and tires in the works!


    My daily driver... somewhere in there, is a 2001 Tundra lol


    The rigs I left behind...

    88 Chevy shortbox, 6" procomp lift on 35s with 4.88s

    78(or was it 79? lol) Chevy shortbox, 11" lift total (was gonna ditch the 3" body lift though) on 39.5 iroks
  3. Obed

    Obed Good Dog Premium Member

    nope... a redneck would be driving a ford or a chevy or a dodge....
    somebody who reads about rednecks might be drivng a toyota
  4. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    I have a first gen (1991) Chevrolet S10, my wife has a 2003 Ford Windstar, never will I drive a foreign branded vehicle

    Teal why did you want to dump the body lift, that truck looks pretty stout the way it sits. Good choice in the SWB, IMO a SWB 4WD Chevrolet drives much better than the standard wheel base or LWB
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  5. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    I drive a 2005 Chevy Colorado Z71 4x4 that I named Dempsey.
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    My boyfriend drives a '98 BMW 328is
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    I used to have a '94 Chevy S-10 named Hank, but we traded him in for Dempsey. lol.
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  6. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    ahhh the Colorado, Chevrolet should have kept the S10 name around, lol
  7. Jcarter

    Jcarter Puppy

    Teal- nice trucks, love the chevy. My ol' man had a 79 chevy he bobbed the bed on it. It had 13" of lift. Couldn't tell you much more about it he sold right after we got together.

    4.88 and IFS

    Obed- I guess I'm still working on getting my redneck status! Around here we drive Yota's and Suzuki's

    Here is a Samurai John had, the white one next to it he's planning on putting Toyota drive shafts and engine


    And just for laughs....wasn't my fault I swear, no comments about women drivers!

  8. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    I thought they did, because when we were looking for trucks, Stan asked me if I wanted another s-10 or a Colorado, and I told him that it was up to him, so, he did the research on it. There was a 2009 Chevy S-10.
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  9. Jcarter

    Jcarter Puppy

    CoolHandJean- Hopefully one day I will be able to afford at least a 20th century car! LOL
  10. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

  11. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    Samuri's make excellent mud toys if you can gear them properly, there are alot of them down here
  12. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    Heres mines!!!!

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  13. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    ummm, they only place Chevrolet is still producing under the S-10 badge is in Brazil. That pic on that site is a Zr2 S10, most likely 2001, the grille treatment on the truck was used in 1998-2001...here in the US the the S10 was replaced with the Canyon, Colorado in 2004. On my 91, I did a Sonoma grille conversion, got the lowering blocks to lower the rear in the shed. Was hoping to do a 3/4 static drop with it.
  14. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    Oh okay, they aren't the same truck, though, right? I mean it wasn't like S-10 and Colorado are the same. Stan's friend is a huge Chevy fan, and Stan asked him about which one he'd rather have. He told us the pro and cons of both.
  15. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    well, it is still built on the same chasis and they have a new 3 cylinder engine for the Colorado and Canyon, where as the second gens were available with the 2200 (2.2 4cyl) and the 4300 (6cyl)...the S10 kicked the Ford Rangers ass along with the Dakota, but with us S10 enthusiasts, the Colorado will never be the same as an S10
  16. Obed

    Obed Good Dog Premium Member

    I am at work and have no pics of any of my rides here... but a list of them

    ford F250 FX4 with an 8"lift... diesel.. long bed .. six pack.. have mickey thompson rims, but got rid of the procomp mud tires.. don't do enough mudding and they were too noisey, so took them off and put AT's on

    wife drives a 2007 ford ranger FX4 with no lift and uses bridgestone AT tires..
    work truck is a standard F150 XLT

    have a harley road king and a sportster for the wife, we also have a suzuki dirt bike...

    my rednecking is done on a japanese tractor though... Kubota...
    my all wheel drive vehicle for working the meadow is a kubota rtv with a dump bed...
  17. PitBullHappeningsRescue

    PitBullHappeningsRescue Rescue Moderator Premium Member

    I drive a '95 Ford Bronco 4x4 Eddie Bauer edition

  18. megschristina

    megschristina Moderator

    I drive an '00 pontiac grand prix...I have a pic...but its not much to look at...lol.
  19. adamwilkes14

    adamwilkes14 Big Dog

    Obed, if you want a good mud tire with no road noise, look into the Multi-Mile Wild Country M/T...same tread pattern as the BFG MT's just not as agressive as the ProComps , but way cheaper. I put a new set on my 75 F250, 33.12.50-16.5, got them new, mounted balanced and bolted on for $400..they wear very true too.
  20. Jcarter

    Jcarter Puppy

    Obed- Can't wait to see pictures of your F250, I love Fords, hmmm I've learned I love a lot of trucks! I want a Harley too one day. John had a crotchrocket and those things scare me to death!

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