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ForestRangerPaul

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Best truck EVER for forestry workers. Speaking from 20+ years and counting as a forest ranger.
 

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Best truck EVER for forestry workers. Speaking from 20+ years and counting as a forest ranger.
Agreed. I’m a forester and bought mine for work. The factory lift helps from bottoming out on logging jobs. It still has great road manners and comfortable for windshield time. Drive about 30-35k per year.
 
I have to agree. Mine does everything well, including much more varied demands than my earlier Chevy trucks. Offroad on Difficulty 5, maybe 6, trails to recover supposedly more capable vehicles stuck and broke. And ... my Trip 2 Odo with >16,000 miles says Average 20.0 miles per gallon.

Hundreds of pounds lighter and many thousands of dollars less expensive than anything that might compare.

It's no wonder we see SO MANY of these trucks even in a Blue State.
 
AhahaHa! I wanted a red one, but needed a truck asafp so I settled for blue; I gotta admit it's growing on me and I'm thinking it's a pretty fine colour now...
hashtag: BLUECHEVYTRAILBOSSFOREVER!
lol;)
 
Loving mine, I do miss the turning radius of my Jeep in parking lots sometimes though, I find myself parking far away from everyone now :LOL:
 
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Not just for garage queens and city slickers🤣
Agree, Totally off-road here. Has capabilities I wish my other off road trucks would of had from factory in past years.
 
With nearly 35,000 miles on mine now, we are starting to think about new, 35" tires. And new ... probably 18" ... wheels. And Bilstein shocks.
Folks here have said that these are great improvements to an already great truck.
 

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