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Old 10-10-2010, 02:12 PM
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In an ideal world a TR30, extended cab, would be my choice. Best combination of cab and box space IMHO.

But we won't see a TR30 and it's becoming more questionable if even a TR20 will be available. Am now beginning to plan for a 2012 Jeep Pickup with a long shot hope that it could have a light diesel.

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I don't see the TR20 any less likely to arrive than the TR40.

If they can build it, they will come
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hey I'd buy a diesel 3/4 ton ford in a min if i had the money.
but i dont! so i await the TR20.

I want the 20 because i am a traditionalist when it comes to trucks. my thoughts are "if you want 4 doors and a stubby little bed....why buy a pickup?"
i have 1 child and a wife. she hates trucks so when we all go we either take her Mercury Milan or my classic Buick station wagon if its nice out (and summer).

my DD is a 94 Ford F150 with a 300 and a 5 speed... its 16 yrs old (17 if you go by MY). It was a farm truck before i got it so its pretty beat. I do LOVE that truck, but it was love at 1st sight when i saw the TR20.
rugged, simple, good mpg and it will haul a ton!!! considering that in the spring my brother and i are going to lengthen his limestone driveway...a 1ton would really come in handy.
id prefer it if they would come out with a stick but ill make due with a slushbox...i just wish they would get here already!
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Old 11-08-2010, 02:27 PM
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hey I'd buy a diesel 3/4 ton ford in a min if i had the money.
but i dont! so i await the TR20.

I want the 20 because i am a traditionalist when it comes to trucks. my thoughts are "if you want 4 doors and a stubby little bed....why buy a pickup?"
i have 1 child and a wife. she hates trucks so when we all go we either take her Mercury Milan or my classic Buick station wagon if its nice out (and summer).

my DD is a 94 Ford F150 with a 300 and a 5 speed... its 16 yrs old (17 if you go by MY). It was a farm truck before i got it so its pretty beat. I do LOVE that truck, but it was love at 1st sight when i saw the TR20.
rugged, simple, good mpg and it will haul a ton!!! considering that in the spring my brother and i are going to lengthen his limestone driveway...a 1ton would really come in handy.
id prefer it if they would come out with a stick but ill make due with a slushbox...i just wish they would get here already!
heck all u need is a 4bt cummins its a bolt on for ur f150 try looking at 4btswaps.com this swap is good for 25 to 30 mpg
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