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Max The Magnificent
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re: Just call me “Tracker Trucker Max”
Max The Magnificent   3/23/2012 7:02:48 PM
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The backup camera is being installed as we speak -- I'll write a blog about it (with pictures) once it's in...

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Duane Benson   3/23/2012 5:51:29 PM
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Whatever name you choose, I'm glad to hear that you will get good use out of the back come planting season. It's not a real truck if you don't occasionally have some sort of agricultural materials in the back. As a long-time pickup truck driver, I certainly understand the parking dilemma. Whenever I drive to downtown Portland, I just assume that I'm going to need to park a long ways away from where I need to be. Big cities are not big truck friendly. The trade offs are very worth it though. Especially where visibility is concerned. I like the idea of the back-up camera. I may have to look into one of those. Happy driving.

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re: Just call me “Tracker Trucker Max”
Max The Magnificent   3/23/2012 2:36:12 PM
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Oooohhhh Shiny!

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re: Just call me “Tracker Trucker Max”
SteveD_Aus   3/22/2012 11:45:18 PM
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The Mad Max moniker would have been much more appropriate if you got this "pick up", Max: http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/carsforsale/ford/falcon/1381830.html

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re: Just call me “Tracker Trucker Max”
David Ashton   3/22/2012 8:12:08 AM
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DodgeMax has a nice ring to it?

Max The Magnificent
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re: Just call me “Tracker Trucker Max”
Max The Magnificent   3/21/2012 7:40:12 PM
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As has "Max Headroom" :-)

OmegaMan
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OmegaMan   3/21/2012 7:34:33 PM
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I personally like "Mad Max", but that moniker has already been used...



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