• rekabis
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    30 days ago

    Now, TBH the truck in the back can carry a much heavier and/or physically larger load. Even though the beds are the same length, it’s bed is slightly deeper and likely a good foot or two wider. But how many truck owners transport such loads on the regular? In fact, how many truck owners have anything other than Pavement Princesses?

    The truck in the front is more than enough truck for most “truck owners”, they just choose the back option for it’s utility as a penis extender.

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      29 days ago

      You’re correct. I managed two raised garden beds with two trips to Lowes in a fucking civic. I moved apartments with one of those tiny pickups.

    • Captain Aggravated@sh.itjust.works
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      29 days ago

      I have an S10 with an extended cab approximately in the class of the little Tacoma above. perfectly capable truck. fits in a parking space, easily carries a sofa, there’s room in the cab behind the seats for baggage so it comfortably carries two people plus gear, I’ve yet to find a mission my pickup couldn’t do that didn’t require a box truck.