I drive a 01 Toyota 4 runner with rock guards, 2 hella lights, upgraded bumper, upgraded skid plate, new suspension for off-road and rock crawling and some Goodyear mud terrains. My dad got it and now I drive it. But once I get paid for helping work on our jeep, I am looking at getting a late 80's or 90's f150, or a dodge ram 1500. Something I can lift and make it my own truck for doing everything.
2013 spyder turbo, 70lbs black out and 2013 pse omen max 60# stormy hardwoods green
Limbdriver Pro V, Tight spot quiver, Single pin Hogg Father, Fuse carbon blade.
Scott longhorn 3, Easton FMJ's
AKA: Velvet Feather
I finally down sized from a Dodge 4X4 Cummins diesel and went with a 03 Toyota 4runner. Just lifted it 2 inches, added a tranny cooler, and now looking for some taller tires...a work in progress.
Every hunting season you miss is one you can not make up.
Chevy! cHEVY! CHEVY!
If I am solo or just have one other with me I usually take what the family calls the 'Ol Mule. It's a '98 Chevy 3/4 ton standard cab with the 6.5 diesel engine, it doesn't worry about scratches, dents or getting dirty. If I take the family or go on extended trips I take the '01 Ford F350 crew cab with the trusty 7.3, I have to be more careful when I take the family truck. By the way, they are both white for a reason.
If I told you, I'd lose my man card.
I drive a 06 Dodge Ram 2500 quad cab. 200k on a gas job with no problems other then an exhaust leak is pretty good. I heard Toyota might be offering there Tundra with a Cummings diesel in 2017 so that might be my replacement.
buzz mc.. you cant just say that my man. what ya got? subaru brat?
Not that I have any special allegiance, but I sure do like my '95 Jeep Cherokee. Convenient that my daily driver, my bad weather driver, and my hunting rig are all the same vehicle. And I can stretch right out and sleep in the back if I'm waiting in line for a morning duck hunt at Sauvie Island.