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This is a farly small unit, but the suspension allows it to do a fair bit of travel on dirt roads. Weighs roughly 6,200lb.Traditional exterior, but updated interiors.




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Nice looking rig! I like the recessed lighting, among other things. do the axles have full spring suspension?


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Now that's an impressive frame and suspension system.

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westend wrote:

Nice looking rig! I like the recessed lighting, among other things. do the axles have full spring suspension?

Coil spring not leaf springs yes

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RobertRyan wrote:

This is a farly small unit, but the suspension allows it to do a fair bit of travel on dirt roads. Weighs roughly 6,200lb.Traditional exterior, but updated interiors.




Cool trailer ! I want the truck ! Looks like a Toyota ??

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Cool trailer ! I want the truck ! Looks like a Toyota ??

Yes it is a Hilux. They are bit old in the tooth now(9 yr old chassis), but bulletproof reliability. A completely new model in about 12 months time with much increased towing ability.

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That looks very cool! Especially the suspension Does it do well offroad?


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Frame and suspension looks well built.


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Cool trailer ! I want the truck ! Looks like a Toyota ??


It looks like a Toyota Hilux. I wish Toyota would make a diesel PU available in the US


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