My turn: GMC 1500 Diesel PICS

Jay ALC

Senior Member
Location
Saint Joseph, MO
I started a trend. :D Nice looking truck, we all know they never get cleaned too well so long as temps are hovering around freezing. I know I wash mine after every storm but it never looks perfect till temps warm up to be able to clean and chamois it all. I wish we could have the nice blue lights you guys have. :) BTW, what's that piece sticking up behind the rear glass in the front of the bed? Just curious.
 
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Nova

Nova

Member
Location
Toronto, Ontario
btw, for those who contemplate using rear ballast, check out my rear tires. The front have a little more tread, but the extra 660lbs in the rear helps out a lot. I'm hoping to make it through this winter on these.

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Tim1075

Senior Member
Location
Allendale, NJ
Hey Peter nice looking truck. How do you like the ultra-mount? I just got one last season and i love it even though i havent been able to push any snow with it.

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gordyo

Senior Member
Location
Taxachussets
Nice Looking Rig.

Blue Light?? What are your color's up there for Emergency vehicles. I assume Police must be Red, What is Fire??
 
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Nova

Nova

Member
Location
Toronto, Ontario
Police/Fire/EMS around here use red/white.

As long as the red is in there, people know it's emergency.

Everyone knows blue is used for snowplows/snow removal equipment.
 

90plow

Senior Member
Location
New Jersey
What kind of suspension are you running in the front Nova?? I know if that was my truck it would be a low rider where yours is sittin high.
Eric
 
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Nova

Nova

Member
Location
Toronto, Ontario
Originally posted by 90plow
What kind of suspension are you running in the front Nova?? I know if that was my truck it would be a low rider where yours is sittin high.
Eric
Everything is stock, but I have the torsion bars cranked. Plus the 660lbs of weight in sand bags in the back.
 

THREE W

Senior Member
Location
Walla Walla, WA
The New ones are sure nice looking.

However since we do not get much rust on vehicles here,
I feel it is important for me to show a photo of good old
working trucks.

1976 Dodge 300, short box one ton, photo was taken prior to
Fisher HD installed.

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