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Old 01-17-2017, 09:12 PM
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I have come here to gain some info and advice.

I drive an '88 chevy crew cab 3+3. 5.4 liter.

Currently in the market for a "one ton" crew cab pickup. I am not wanting a "too highbed on the truck and I don't understand why they have grown so high.

I use my trucks to carry heavy loads every week and I load by hand items as heavy as 200#. That's why I want to save my back by leaning on the gate to get it at an angle.

Glad to have the chance to learn from this body of knowledge.

Robert
 
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Old 01-18-2017, 08:32 AM
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Good Morning Robert,

Trucks do seem to have gotten bigger, and I've read that the payload on a new Colorado is higher than that of a full size truck in the nineties.

I do know that with Fords, the Dually models are more squat and sit much closer to the ground to assist with hooking up fifth wheel and gooseneck trailers. I would assume Ram and Chevy are the same
 
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