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Old 05-11-2015, 02:48 PM   #1631
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Gave mine a good washing yesterday. For the outside, I manned the hose and my father-in-law worked the brush. I then did all of the windows inside and out and vacuumed it.

Tell me it's normal to need a ladder just to wash your windshield?!

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Old 05-11-2015, 03:20 PM   #1632
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Tell me it's normal to need a ladder just to wash your windshield?!
It is when you have a big boy truck. :thumbup:
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Old 05-11-2015, 03:36 PM   #1633
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I would still need a bigger ladder then that Doug
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Old 05-11-2015, 03:52 PM   #1634
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It is when you have a big boy truck. :thumbup:

So that's why all of the 1/2-tom guys are jealous. They don't get to be cool and use a ladder to washer their windshield...

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I would still need a bigger ladder then that Doug

I barely ever wash my truck. I can't imagine how much more rarely I would wash it if it was a big daddy truck like yours!
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:32 PM   #1635
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Gave mine a good washing yesterday. For the outside, I manned the hose and my father-in-law worked the brush. I then did all of the windows inside and out and vacuumed it.

Tell me it's normal to need a ladder just to wash your windshield?!

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Hubby wants a toolbox. He can't figure out how to get to it though. LOL We have a Ram 3500 8 ft bed. That is like driving a semi to me. When we go full time. I'll be driving that to get around places. UGH

And I do need to do the inside of the windows. We have dog art on the back windows.
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:34 PM   #1636
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Hubby wants a toolbox. He can't figure out how to get to it though. LOL We have a Ram 3500 8 ft bed. That is like driving a semi to me. When we go full time. I'll be driving that to get around places. UGH

And I do need to do the inside of the windows. We have dog art on the back windows.

Yep- Ram 3500 dually; in-bed toolboxes would be fairly inaccessible!

You can get low profile toolboxes that fit between the fifth wheel hitch and tailgate. They're short enough to not interfere with the pin.

And driving it- you got this! My wife drives the truck all over with no hesitation!
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He's been researching toolboxes He also wants a tonneau cover. Oh I've driven the truck. It's just that it fits in no parking spots and I'd like a smaller car to run errands in. But that won't work. Can't triple tow in most states.
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Trailer life (magazine) just arrived today, they had a write up regarding an in bed toolbox that may be worth looking at.


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