I couldn't believe this. I was going to the repair shop for some minor stuff on my TC, and saw a Host Everest on a SRW Chevy. I was stunned. It looked like the rear tires were flat, and the truck was sagging.
I mean, I know I was just joking around in my post about getting a Everest on an F150.... Now I know what it would look like!
Check out the tie down chains-- they're loose and sagging!
Dealer probably told them their truck would handle it without problem.
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Well ! I hope your happy ! it would appear that some newbie read your original post and thought if you did it so could they. You have to realize the power of your posts and try in the future to use them for good and not evil.
just kidding of course, ( but not about the good/ evil thing )
Nobody could be that stupid.......well on second thought, I take that back.
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