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For every inch you raise the suspension or every bump in tire size, you’re burning up thousands of your own dollars.For every extra horsepower you have on tap, the story is the same.You could say a truck needs to carry you and your crew to work, or haul your tools, materials and trailers. Why are you bringing the tools and materials in the first place? These machines are business tools, designed to make us a profit.And you could pretend a truck is a business tool, but that would be ignoring the fact that your choice of truck says something about you – to the ladies, to other men, and to your employer.But with the recent oil boom and bust, and the even bigger housing boom we are just starting to roll with here in the ‘States, there’s a big chunk of your money at stake, and I’d rather see you hold onto it instead of seeing it go up in smoke.So I’m just going to put this out there nice and clear: Your Work Truck is Killing You, and making you look like a Big Dumbass in the process.How to Choose The Right Tool for the Job So now we know a truck is a tool.It’s a tool for carrying heavy shit, and making money.
And unfortunately for most truck owners, this is Always.
At that moment, the truck is earning the money you paid for it.
Unfortunately for most gentlemen, this moment is Never.
With this thing, I can drill 50 half-inch holes through half-inch steel plate without breaking a sweat. Now, when I need to drill a few small holes to set some hinges, which of these drills do you think I grab? And yet, when a man buys a 360-horsepower pickup truck and uses it for anything smaller than hauling an excavating machine, this is what he is doing: See, when you buy a truck, you look smart only at those moments you are maxing that thing out.
Payload and towing load at 100% of rated capacity, 16-foot lumber on the roof rack, and the cabin full to the limits of comfort.