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Old 01-13-2013, 10:54 PM
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I'm waiting for Toyota to come out with one, because I will be at the dealer the day they do.
 
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Old 06-17-2016, 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by In2Trux View Post
Bad *** That looks awesome. Finally somebody using his truck for what it was ment for.
Kills me when people buy 4x4 then try and get 34 mpg


Trucks are made for work. 4x4 is on trucks because it improves their performance off-road on farms and construction sites. I don't necessarily disagree with you on the mileage issue, however, Nisaan's mileage on the older Titans is abysmal!

Any time you substantially modify a vehicle, you are not "using it for what its made for." By that logic, a kid that turns a Civic sedan into street racer is "using it for what it's meant for!" Nissan would never recommend you lift their trucks and tear around the backwoods in them because it would shorten the life of the truck.

Your truck looks nice and I hope you enjoy it, that's one of the great things about truck ownership, but don't get overly enthusiastic with your claims of what they are meant for.
 
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