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    The Original Smartass piginajeep's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmwranglerx View Post
    I just caught your thread and I see that you own one of these you lucky dog!


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    It's not as shinny


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    It's a 170 and damn nice too


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    What's the difference between the 170 and 150? Short bed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    What's the difference between the 170 and 150? Short bed?
    Shorter bed, different tail gate. way shorter wheel base. The 170 bed is about 9 feet long.

    The cabs actually different too. The doors are shorter on the 150. But often we're fucked up on the assembly line anyways. The super hurricane (straight 6)was only available in the 170. Cooling tunnels are different. Axles are different. Long list....

    Basically they look the same.. lol


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