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    I like it better that way. Nice truck
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    Moi aussi

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    Beast

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    Looks better this way
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    Neat.

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    I like it both ways, Depends if you are using it for working or not, Hard to keep tools or anything dry and hidden this way but it looks meaner

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    liked it with the cap. but that's me

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    I guess "Rigg" isn't slang for hot GF

    moving along...

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    Looks wayyyy better that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93GTCANADA View Post
    liked it with the cap. but that's me
    you're french though.

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    j'aime le capot argenté

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    where the fuck are those naked pictures of that blond I met? Drunken or not, a promise is a promise.

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    Nicer without the cap for sure. Caps are for old men or wana' be contractors who aren't established enough to provide their fleet with proper cargo vans (ie: boosted_nismo).

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    Saw this thing parked on merevale, looks badass

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    Quote Originally Posted by jza View Post
    Nicer without the cap for sure. Caps are for old men or wana' be contractors who aren't established enough to provide their fleet with proper cargo vans (ie: boosted_nismo).
    give it up. Cargo vans are okay if you can't afford pick ups and trailers. I don't prefer a van , as I don't like getting pulled out of job sites ! there are lots of contractors that use trucks, I personally dont use caps like these, I use pick ups with the full out contractors caps ($3500) and newer pickups all 4x4 ya I guess that makes me poor? anyways this isn't about how much you envy me JZA this is about a truck that doesnt belong to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted_nismo View Post
    give it up. Cargo vans are okay if you can't afford pick ups and trailers. I don't prefer a van , as I don't like getting pulled out of job sites ! there are lots of contractors that use trucks, I personally dont use caps like these, I use pick ups with the full out contractors caps ($3500) and newer pickups all 4x4 ya I guess that makes me poor? anyways this isn't about how much you envy me JZA this is about a truck that doesnt belong to me
    what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted_nismo View Post
    give it up. Cargo vans are okay if you can't afford pick ups and trailers. I don't prefer a van , as I don't like getting pulled out of job sites ! there are lots of contractors that use trucks, I personally dont use caps like these, I use pick ups with the full out contractors caps ($3500) and newer pickups all 4x4 ya I guess that makes me poor? anyways this isn't about how much you envy me JZA this is about a truck that doesnt belong to me
    this makes no sense. we use cargo vans because they are way more practical than pick-up trucks and trailers. the only people i see using that shit are residential guys. maybe that is how they do "commercial" in smithfalls? i'm certainly not going to show up to a fit up for a class A office building hauling a fucking trailer behind my pick up, have to tie up an entire bay in a loading dock to park. A van will carry full lengths of conduit and is much easier to get into to get stuff than a truck with a cap, overall more practical and I have worked out of both. Here in the city I would wager to say 85% of commercial electrical contractors rely mostly on vans.

    What does the cap for your truck costing 3500$ have to do with anything? or having 4x4? Any company can purchase these things. Unfortunately you don't get rich from write-offs. The less overhead the more money you make. Having a ton of expenses is nothing to brag about. I know it was your defense to being called poor but buying a truck and cap through a business doesn't mean you are rich. Besides, who cares? Someone called you poor online, big deal.

    Turthfully if you hadn't brought up your company to prove your worth then JZA wouldnt be using it as bait to get you wound up.


    Oh and btw Donny. Truck looks way more badass without the cap.
    LOL

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    I took the cap off cause of cause I couldnt stand bending over crawling around my truck to grab chains and ramps. I had I deliver two transmissions on pallets yesterday and it's much easier without a cap. But my line of work doesn't really require an element free area, but I could see an electrician. Hell I don't know how guys have a cap if they have to crawl in there bent over fetching equipment. But to each their own
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edison View Post
    But my line of work
    I thought you said you were retired?

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