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Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Jan 16, 2020 10:55 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Jan 16, 2020 11:22 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Jan 16, 2020 11:22 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Jan 16, 2020 11:25 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by GlennH [NC]) Jan 16, 2020 11:35 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Live The Dream [AZ]) Jan 17, 2020 12:37 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Fred [NV]) Jan 17, 2020 12:40 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Jeff [OH]) Jan 17, 2020 5:38 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by gevans [SC]) Jan 17, 2020 6:10 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by NE [PA]) Jan 17, 2020 7:06 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Lynn [MA]) Jan 17, 2020 7:19 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Roy [AL]) Jan 17, 2020 7:24 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Jim in O C [CA]) Jan 17, 2020 8:16 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Barb [MO]) Jan 17, 2020 8:34 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by DJ [VA]) Jan 17, 2020 8:41 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by LindaJ [NY]) Jan 17, 2020 8:45 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by RB [MI]) Jan 17, 2020 8:52 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Jan 17, 2020 9:04 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Doogie [KS]) Jan 17, 2020 9:07 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Deanna [TX]) Jan 17, 2020 9:31 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by plenty [MO]) Jan 17, 2020 10:07 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by AllyM [NJ]) Jan 17, 2020 10:33 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Jan 17, 2020 10:48 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Mike45 [NV]) Jan 17, 2020 2:45 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by J.C [ME]) Jan 17, 2020 4:43 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by MikeA [TX]) Jan 17, 2020 5:51 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Cjo’h [CT]) Jan 17, 2020 6:57 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Jan 18, 2020 12:22 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Tim [IN]) Jan 18, 2020 3:18 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Barbara [VA]) Jan 18, 2020 6:53 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Smokowna [MD]) Jan 18, 2020 8:59 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Scott [IN]) Jan 18, 2020 10:25 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Chris [CT]) Jan 18, 2020 11:22 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by razorback_tim [AR]) Jan 18, 2020 11:34 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by TenantWhisperer [MA]) Jan 18, 2020 12:07 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Jan 18, 2020 11:11 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Jan 18, 2020 11:23 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Jan 19, 2020 7:04 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Mickie [OH]) Jan 19, 2020 11:16 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Jan 19, 2020 7:42 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Jan 19, 2020 10:22 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Jan 19, 2020 10:25 PM
       Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Jan 21, 2020 9:36 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by LordZen [MA]) Jan 25, 2020 9:28 AM
       Vehicle of Choice (by GKARL [PA]) Jan 25, 2020 8:36 PM


Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Posted on: Jan 16, 2020 10:55 PM
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If you are a landlord who actually work on your rentals, what is your vehicle of choice for your landlord duties such as:

- Fixing.

- Remodel and upgrades. --99.59.x.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Jan 16, 2020 11:22 PM
Message:

fred,

My Guards Red Porsche 911 Targa.

Each time I fire it up it reminds me how I set a goal to reach my DREAM and my hard work paid off. It got me out of the Po’Boy, Paint on My Pants, I’m not CHEAP I’m “Thrifty” attitude and into “Investor/Business Owner”.

It reminds me to delegate because I cannot carry lumber in it.

By delegating, more gets done, faster, and I make more money.

When I took my tools out of my truck my income mushroomed.

BRAD --73.102.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Jan 16, 2020 11:22 PM
Message:

fred,

My Guards Red Porsche 911 Targa.

Each time I fire it up it reminds me how I set a goal to reach my DREAM and my hard work paid off. It got me out of the Po’Boy, Paint on My Pants, I’m not CHEAP I’m “Thrifty” attitude and into “Investor/Business Owner”.

It reminds me to delegate because I cannot carry lumber in it.

By delegating, more gets done, faster, and I make more money.

When I took my tools out of my truck my income mushroomed.

BRAD --73.102.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Jan 16, 2020 11:25 PM
Message:

PS

As a newbie it was full size Chevy and Pontiace wagons - holds 4x8 sheets, tailgate was a great workbench, roll down the rear window and ladders or long lumber could hand out.

Then moved to minivans with a simple shelf system. The tailgate was a shelter in the rain.

BRAD --73.102.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by GlennH [NC]) Posted on: Jan 16, 2020 11:35 PM
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I've got a Nissan NV200SV (my second actually). It's the same class as the Ford Transit Connect.

It's a small van with sliding doors on each side and doors on the back. The main reason I picked it: it's tall enough (only by half an inch) to stand up a 4x8 piece of plywood (although it sticks out the back). Transit Connect or RAM versions couldn't do that.

I've got some workbench drawers on the passenger side behind the slider, and slide out trays on the passenger side out the back.

I've got a hitch for towing. It'll take a roof rack, but I didn't get that.

I get 30mpg, SiriusXM radio and GPS.

It allows me to carry 95% of what I need with me all the time so I make few (but not zero) trips to HD. I carry electrical tool kit, plumbing tool kit, carpentry tools etc. Plus all the little stuff (sand paper, 12" drill bits, stud finder etc) that always seemed to be back in the shop when I was on the road

I could have gotten a bigger van, but I really need something inexpensive and inexpensive to run to get me to the next site.

--201.147.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Live The Dream [AZ]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 12:37 AM
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Mine has long been a pickup truck. When I started I drove a 1980 single cab F-100 with worm gear steering and "three on the tree" stick! (My left knee still hurts when I think of the thousands of times I shifted that truck.) Then as I began making money I started driving a F150 super crew 4X4 and have ever since.

I have an aluminum bed box and although I'm retired now, when we had our apts the backseat usually had a person in it or was full of tools.

My personal landlord "dream" work vehicle would be an F-350 super crew 4x4 diesel with a utility storage bed, winch and ladder rack! Like a plumber or HVAC truck. --47.216.xx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Fred [NV]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 12:40 AM
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2013 GMC 1500 pickup with a plastic bedliner (items slide in and out easily), and a fiberglass shell with roof racks. It also pulls my travel trailer nicely, but don't tell the IRS (p.s. Fred isn't my real name and I don't live in NV). --108.201.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Jeff [OH]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 5:38 AM
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Full size pickup. Currently a 2015 Ram 1500 4x4. I always by new, then run the wheels off. Currently a little over 100k miles, hoping for another 100k. BTW, I too have a 911, that I have a picture of Brad 20k and I in front of from the Cleveland convention a few years back. As a Mechanical Engineer, that now does landlording full time since 2013, I actually enjoy fixing things. But, I do look just like he described on daily basis. Lol. --142.54.xx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by gevans [SC]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 6:10 AM
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I started out with pickups, and moved to an SUV about 15 years ago. Currently a Honda Pilot with roof rack and tow hitch.

I prefer an SUV for several reasons:

Tools and supplies are more secure

Tools and supplies don't get rain on them

Softer ride (hey, I'm getting old)

Better sound system (I guess you could get premium sound in a pickup, but I never did).

Stuff that won't fit inside fits the 5X8 trailer just fine.

Taxes: vehicle taxes are HIGH here in SC. But my trailer is untaxed, go figure. Commercial grade vehicles really take a hit.

More versatile: I can actually haul people if I need to, and I go camping in it. Kayaks on the roof and sleep in the back on an air mattress.

My dream vehicle would be an older Toyota Forerunner, back when they were still on a real frame and came with a tow hitch and roof rack. But I'd have to add Bluetooth.

I'm a simple kind of guy. I don't need a fancy car. I don't want to worry about scratching the paint, and I don't need a third vehicle (wife has another).

--216.218.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 7:06 AM
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I had an 02 focus that died. Now I drive a 95 carolla that came with a house we bought and an 04 Dakota.

Run em til the wheels fall off. --50.107.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Lynn [MA]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 7:19 AM
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I have a Chevy Silverado 2500HD extended cab 4x4 pickup with a utility body, a 7-1/2 ft Fisher plow and ladder rack. It works great for 95% of the time. It has good tool and supply storage as long as they are not too big. Can fit 4x8 size material in the bed and good for hauling trash. Also good for plowing snow.

The next truck will be similar but will also have a lift gate --38.142.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Roy [AL]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 7:24 AM
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I have 2003 Ford F-150, ext. cab with 6 ft. bed. However, I really miss my former 1989 F-150 with a long bed. That truck was my all time favorite. --68.63.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Jim in O C [CA]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 8:16 AM
Message:

2009 Toyota Tacoma 1/2 ton 8 foot bed. --99.23.xxx.x




Vehicle of Choice (by Barb [MO]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 8:34 AM
Message:

I’ve got a 07 Dodge Grand Caravan. Stow-n-Go seating, the rear seats and one of the middle seats have been dropped for most of the last few years. The other seat is for Scooter!

I can got most of what I need in it, plus I have a trailer hitch on the van, and a 5x10 trailer to haul other stuff.

Most of the time now, I hire someone with their own van or truck though. --64.251.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by DJ [VA]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 8:41 AM
Message:

2004 Ford Ranger, regular cab, 6 ft bed, 4 cylinder stick shift, almost 245K miles. I have a ladder rack, tool box, and can carry 4x8 sheet goods on top of the wheel wells & on an old tire in the center (or a small bucket/paint cans).

Bought it used a couple years ago for $3K, and plan to keep it as long as possible. I'll have to - they don't make small, simple pick-ups any more : (

I want the truck just to carry stuff - don't want a giant, 4-door cab, I want a bed.

When I carry people, I drive my car. All the new models of trucks seem to have gone "luxury" and have 4 doors & short beds.

I don't WANT to haul / do everything myself, but when you just need 1 sheet of drywall, or a couple bags of mulch, etc - makes no sense to pay & wait for delivery. Plus, I can carry ladders where I need them on the rack - I keep them there all time. --68.10.xxx.x




Vehicle of Choice (by LindaJ [NY]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 8:45 AM
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Just got a Chevy Colorado crew cab. Back seat for tools and supplies, although it is not as well engineered as my previous Dodge Dakota back seat. In the Dakota the doors opened to a full 90 degrees and the seats flipped up with a flat floor. That allowed lots of bigger stuff to slide in nicely. Also great for groceries and the dog. The Colorado has some weird storage under the seat that is not covered and has a bulge that does not give a flat floor. There also seems to be less leg room between the back and front seat that you can't get stuff on the floor if the seat is down.

I have had midsize crew cab trucks for over 20 years. Gives you the truck box, inside storage (passenger room too) and still small enough to easily get into parking spaces. Roll back tonneau to keep the bed dry and hidden, yet easily rolled up to put in taller items. --108.4.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by RB [MI]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 8:52 AM
Message:

I drove a 1994 Cavalier (4 cylinder) for 15 years.

Currently driving a 2004 Cavalier for the last 16 years.

When needed, I pull a 5'x8' utility trailer.

Everyone has their priorities.

No dreams or personal image required or implied.

PS: My riding lawn more is worth more than the car.

--184.53.x.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 9:04 AM
Message:

I know a filthy rich landlord (in his 80s) who recently bought a RR (an English car).

Three months later the State took his DL, after multiple speeding tickets.

"God gives nuts to people with no teeth". --99.59.x.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Doogie [KS]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 9:07 AM
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I have always driven trucks. My first vehicle when I turned 14 was a truck given to me by my grandfather and I've bought trucks since then. A few years ago, I did buy a car as a second vehicle to make it more comfortable to haul the rug rats around. I still have it as a second vehicle, but I find myself driving the truck way more. The current truck is a Chevy 1500 crew cab. Always been a Chevy guy. One of the Chevy's I had made it to 300k before I sold it. My plumber bought it from me and it's still going strong. He uses it for a hunting truck. --68.102.xxx.x




Vehicle of Choice (by Deanna [TX]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 9:31 AM
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I'm satisfied with my 2009 double-cab Chevy Silverado. I use it because it's the truck we had before we got into ll'ing, but I like it enough to consider getting another when we have to replace it. We had taken it in for a spray-in bedliner, which we like for all of our trucks, and it has a towing hitch for our little flatbed and box trailers. Anything we can't fit in the bed of the truck-- 20' rafters, for example-- I'll pay $25 for delivery. (And by that point, the objects are probably bulky enough that I'd rather get someone to do the heavy lifting for me. The delivery, however, only applies to getting it "onsite", not "in the house".)

Once in a while, I'll have to make two trips... I can only fit about 2, 2.5 pallets' worth of Allure, for example. Or like if I want to buy 20 sheets of drywall and 12 rolls of insulation in the same trip. But for 99.9% of the stuff I need to do, my Silverado is just fine.

It's currently just shy of 240k miles. It's had a lot of problems around the 175-200k mark, so hopefully, I'm at the end of those and am good for the next 150-200k. --96.46.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 10:07 AM
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When Brad2000 ssys something three times, i read it and follow. Start shopping for his recommended vehicle today! Wink, wink. --99.203.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by AllyM [NJ]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 10:33 AM
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We kept dad's Oldsmobile wagon and a sheet of plywood could fit flat in there so I used that until it started to go bad. It was diesel and he actually had an oil tank in the carport to fill it from. Then the inspectors said it had to go. So I gave that to a kid who was learning to fix cars. My 89 Bronco II was for travelling in snow but I could carry a lot of stuff in the back of it. Mom needed a handicap van and I bought a big Ford van and had a ramp added so I could push her wheelchair in. That held full sheets of plywood again. After she passed and I started to get too old to carry plywood and had the cancer issue, I sold it to my cousin for a dollar and he has a ski and scuba shop and uses it a lot. So now I have two Subaru. One is a Forrester and holds things I can use like hammers, paint, cleaning supplies as I can still use those. No ladder anymore. Then I have an Outback which is much larger and six cylinder. A wealthy business owner turned it in with low mileage so I got it. I call it my Escape Car. If anything went bad wrong here in NJ, I could just load up my dogs, food and water and take the back roads on out of here. Nothing dirty goes in there. Leather seats. One of the pork roll people owned it. --173.61.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 10:48 AM
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I drive a Yukon or an HHR. I can't drive the HHR when there is snow because I am afraid the snow plow will come by while I am away and block the driveway and I won't be able to get the HHR back into the driveway. It will go anywhere that it has clearance, but it doesn't have a lot of clearance.

I have access to a large diesel pickup and a smaller 1/2 ton pickup and a 14 foot fully enclosed cargo trailer and a 10 yard dump trailer, that can be pulled by the large pickup or the Yukon.

Also a little flatbed trailer to carry the riding lawn mower. --98.146.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Mike45 [NV]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 2:45 PM
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For a work vehicle, I love my Ford F-150 long bed. Only seats two (or three if we crowd), but I would not sacrifice the extra length in the bed for a second row of seats.

Need to transport appliances? No problem. Need lumber or ladders or snake or …? No problem.

It is beat up, but on a job site,, it fits right in.

--71.222.xx.x




Vehicle of Choice (by J.C [ME]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 4:43 PM
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I drive a 94 day 2wd Toyota extended cab pickup with 180k miles, great on gas, low insurance, low registration, just big enough to get stuff from the lumber yard, anything more and I have it delivered. --45.46.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by MikeA [TX]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 5:51 PM
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F150 super cab that I took the back seat out of. Drawers on half and tool bags on the other half. It also has an 8 foot bed which is really nice. --50.26.xx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Cjo’h [CT]) Posted on: Jan 17, 2020 6:57 PM
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Like LTD,I too are retired,still have the old Ford 150,,needs air in the right front, maybe should give it a wash job, maybe in the Summer.Still have the ‘95 Lincoln Cariere Town Car in case,like Miss Ally says we may have to get out of Town, in a hurry?.....................charlie..............might have to wash it too............... --32.214.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 12:22 AM
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I'm glad to see how many here are squeezing these old trucks to the last drop. --99.59.x.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Tim [IN]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 3:18 AM
Message:

2016 ford transit 250 low roof. Has bays and shelf for tools and parts... can haul 4x8 sheets of anything.

Next time I want a mid or high roof so i can walk in it. Knees are getting old.

Done the truck ride. Cant haul enough tools and parts. Van is the way to go. --76.77.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Barbara [VA]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 6:53 AM
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2007 ford explorer sport trac. 170k miles. Somehow I have managed to keep it in great physical and mechanical condition. It looks like a newer car. --174.255.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Smokowna [MD]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 8:59 AM
Message:

99 2wd Tacoma, 92 2wd Toyota pick-up, Soon to switch to a 90 2wd Toyota pickup.

the 99' drove 23,000 in 2019....I spent $56 and change on parts. (02 sensor, front pads,) --74.96.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Scott [IN]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 10:25 AM
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Bought a new Saturn in 1998. Drove the wheels off that car, then gave it to my daughter 2 years ago. She stripped it down and put it on the racetrack. The concrete wall on turn 3 ended its long service to our family. --107.141.xx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Chris [CT]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 11:22 AM
Message:

Vans are the best if you actually plan on doing work.

I have a 17 Silverado LTZ, lease is up in 3 months I think I'll get a 20 GMC Sierra Denali next.

Trucks are comfortable and useful, like Brad I try to do as little physical work as possible. --24.45.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by razorback_tim [AR]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 11:34 AM
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I drive a 2004 Silverado with 316,000 miles. Planning to drive it at least through the end of this year which would put me around 330,000.

I have a 99 Chevy Express cargo van with 237,000 miles that my helper/handyman drives. I'm hoping to get it to at least 300,000.

It's hard for me to get excited about spending $40-50,000 on a new vehicle that will go down in value every day that I own it. --70.178.x.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by TenantWhisperer [MA]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 12:07 PM
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A green Miata and a white Sprinter. Driving the Miata for LL business still feels like I'm cheating somehow.

--73.16.xxx.x




Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 11:11 PM
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1994 ranger small pickup good for city streets. Steel tool box, steel lumber rack, step bumper with hitch, upgraded springs, extra tranny cooler, lt tires. 4x8 one ton rated utility trailer for more capacity.

Other vehicle is 2005 Jeep Liberty, veery versatile. Can put eight foot 2x4s in it into front passenger wheel well. Rear window pops open for longer lumber. Roof rails can take Thule crossbars and carry Sheetrock. Tows 5000 lbs. Rear seats split so can put one down for three people plus cargo, or both and carry even more. --69.248.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Posted on: Jan 18, 2020 11:23 PM
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As several posters have noted, a small utility trailer is the best investment you can add. Doubled the capacity of my pickup when I needed to carry sand and stone for concrete work, or debris to the dump. Unhitched it when not using it. Get one with at lest a 2000 lb. capacity and twelve inch wheels. I had one with a 1000lb. Axel and eight inch wheels and every time I hit a pothole with a heavy load the rims just crushed. --69.248.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Posted on: Jan 19, 2020 7:04 AM
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It sure looks like pickups rule. I prefer a van though.

I have a Chevy Express extended body - it can carry 16' lumber, 4x8 plywood standing or laying flat.

Not frugal on gas, but does the job. --99.59.x.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Mickie [OH]) Posted on: Jan 19, 2020 11:16 AM
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Nissan Pathfinder. Pathfinders run forever. I'm able to keep things in bins in the back. Seats fold down, no worries about stuff getting wet and it seems like a rarity to see a full size bed on a truck anymore. God forbid there be one with an actual manual stick shift. (Which is too bad). --199.253.xxx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by fred [CA]) Posted on: Jan 19, 2020 7:42 PM
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In around 1980 there was a movie "Urban Cowboy" and after watching that movie I realized that only a few pickups are "working pickups", but the majority are for show.

That was the beginning of the double cab and shorter bed. --99.59.x.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Posted on: Jan 19, 2020 10:22 PM
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Ally, no one outside the my, no, philly area knows what pork roll is!

--69.248.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by Don [PA]) Posted on: Jan 19, 2020 10:25 PM
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That is ny, nj, philly. Autocorrect sucks. --69.248.xx.xx




Vehicle of Choice (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Jan 21, 2020 9:36 AM
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Like Don said - Trailers. An inexpensive tool. Easy to carry bulky or long stuff and mowers. Bed is low so easy to shuffle appliances.

We leave one at each project for trash.

Added a dump trailer but it needs a lot of muscle to move it.

BRAD --73.102.xxx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by LordZen [MA]) Posted on: Jan 25, 2020 9:28 AM
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All good selections, just taking notes for one day when i get to this moment and had money enough!. --98.216.xx.xxx




Vehicle of Choice (by GKARL [PA]) Posted on: Jan 25, 2020 8:36 PM
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I drive a Hyundai Santa Fe, the seven seat version. That provides enough room for my tool bags. Also have a utility trailer for larger stuff. I try not to do any work in the rentals that will require me hauling too much. I generally hire out most handyman tasks. --209.122.xx.xxx





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