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Farm trucks are small four-wheel trucks or transporters artisan-made (small rural and peri-urban workshops) in developing countries of Asia and elsewhere that are classified as an intermediate means of transport. They usually consist of simple rail-type frames, with axles, brakes and steering assemblies cobbled from new or second-hand vehicular spare parts and are generally powered by small single-cylinder diesel and petrol engines. i really like these trucks .
 
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what does that have to do with anything?

i have seen no where that anybody asked what a farm truck was
 
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Originally Posted by Timotheren View Post
Farm trucks are small four-wheel trucks or transporters artisan-made (small rural and peri-urban workshops) in developing countries of Asia and elsewhere that are classified as an intermediate means of transport. They usually consist of simple rail-type frames, with axles, brakes and steering assemblies cobbled from new or second-hand vehicular spare parts and are generally powered by small single-cylinder diesel and petrol engines. i really like these trucks .
Well sorry asian boy but as you can see this aint asia!!! its AMERICA!!! I have a Suzuki Carry that could fit your definition of Farm Truck but I cant fit in the damn thing, and I can carry it in the bed of my pick up.. Farm Trucks here are TRUCKS!! not some golf cart with a three banger... with pistons the size of my valves...
 
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Only pic I have of her. 317,000 miles and still kickin. This is when we broke the frame and had to change it. Let's see the farm trucks?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1345691668.534570.jpg

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don't have pic of the old farm girl but she been rode hard and she's rotten up to the door handles this truck has hit everything but the lottery but she is still runs last i knew but she moved to a new home to rot in peace in the back yard
 
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Dodge ram is no doubt a very heavy duty truck and it delivers the very best in every climate and i said it because of the overall performance and even in rough areas this beast never stops providing and delivering the best out so i was planning to buy but recently i had cleared the leasing of the BMW7 series.......
 
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i wouldve picked the dodge if i were you!
 
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That's a good lookin truck 1stgenfarmboy
 
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Here's my truck with a brand new deck I just built for it
http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Rx7man/media/Photo0091_zps838e74ca.jpg.html
Here's one of the heavier load's I've hauled (Heaviest was a D3 Cat on the same trailer)
http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Rx7man/media/misc/IMG_0483.jpg.html

I tried posting pics and it didn't work, so you'll have to settle with the links
 

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I think in the first pic the climber should be the puller..but your truck did a fabulous job pulling that mammoth..i guess the truck is loaded with an staggering torque out there...thanks for sharing.
 
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