Steel wheels are economical and provide proven durability.
Front tow hooks - hook ‘em up. Attached to the front bumper, the tow hooks are easily visible and accessible, and ready for work. Fasten a rope to them and pull your friend’s vehicle out of the ditch. If you’re the one stuck, the tow hooks can be used by the ones helping you. Or give the powerful tug needed to pull up a dead tree. No matter how you use front tow hooks, you’ll pull through.
Class V hitch rating - The haul amount. A class V hitch rating allows you to safely tow weights up to approximately 14,000 lbs. (Weight Distributing) / 12,000 lbs. (Weight Carrying). This includes things like, well, almost anything. Get a ton done with class V hitch rating.
Basecoat/clearcoat paint - Durable duo. Basecoat/clearcoat paint is all about keeping your color. The base layer is covered by a clear coat to help protect it against UV rays, scratches, harmful chemicals, and other elements of nature. It also adds depth and shine! The advantages are clear with basecoat/clearcoat paint.
Spare tire mounted under body with crankdown - flat out easy. When you have a spare tire mounted under body with crankdown, you get the extra space without compromising access. Because the spare is mounted underneath your vehicle you don’t lose any cargo space; additionally, the crank means you don’t have to crawl under the vehicle to access the tire. Spare tire mounted under body with crankdown keeps you off your back, and gets you back on the road.
Front license plate bracket - Idle registry. Front license plate bracket provides a place to mount the license plate to the front bumper or fascia of the vehicle.
Full-size spare tire - full speed ahead. Don’t let a flat tire stop you from getting where you need to be; get back on the road with full-size spare tire. You can drive on it longer and at higher speeds compared to a compact spare tire. Change to a different tire and keep the same size with full-size spare tire.
Galvanizing helps to inhibit corrosion and rust formation.
All-season tires offer an economical, effective choice for most driving conditions.
Manual extendable trailer mirrors - The advantage is plain to see. No matter what you're towing, getting a clear view of what is behind you is easy with manual extendable trailer mirrors. Adjust them to get your preferred sightlines for a safer drive. And when you’re not towing anything or need the clearance, you can tuck them in. Manual extendable trailer mirrors make it effortless to haul.
Rear step bumper - rise up. Rear step bumper is a step up in convenience. It is made to support the weight of a person without causing damage to the bumper all the while giving you easy access to your cargo. It’s all within reach with rear step bumper.
Regular style pickup box - a straight hauler. For regular style pickup box, working hard is the norm. The exterior side panels are flush with the cab for a uniform look along the sides of your truck. You’ll have all the room you need and a no-nonsense style with regular style pickup box.
Trailer hitch - bringing it together. With a trailer hitch you can always bring a little extra along. Whether it's a utility trailer, camper, or boat, the hitch is ready for the hookup. Fun is in tow, when you have trailer hitch.
Trailer towing capability - So you wanna tow. Know how much you can with trailer towing capability. Your owner's guide tells you the specific limits for which your vehicle is approved, based on the installed equipment on your vehicle. Know the number with trailer towing capability.
Wiring harness - back lighting. Connect your trailer’s running and brake lights through wiring harness. It is the electrical connection required to operate the lights so your trailer is more visible to surrounding vehicles. Wiring harness helps you have a safer haul.
60-40 folding rear seat - Down for whatever. Sometimes you need a little more room for your cargo. Other times...you need a lot more room. 60-40 split folding rear seat provides you with added versatility so you can load passengers and cargo in multiple combinations. Fold one side down for long items and still have room for your passengers. Or fold both sides down to load large items. With 60-40 folding rear seat, it all fits.
Front bench seat - three’s company. Get one more up front with front bench seat. It provides a common seating surface for the driver and front passengers, and can accommodate two passengers instead of just one. Get it all in a row with front bench seat.
This enhances cab appearance and adds sound and weather insulation.
Manual reclining driver seat - Lean back. Gain some space between you and the wheel with manual reclining driver seat. It lets you adjust the angle of the seatback for added comfort while you’re driving, or for a more comfortable rest while you’re pulled over. Settle in, with manual reclining driver seat.
Fold-up rear seat cushion - up for whatever. Sometimes you need a little more floorspace for your cargo and fold-up rear seat cushion makes it easy to get it. With very little effort the seat cushion folds up against the seatback for quick and simple space gains. With fold-up rear seat cushion, it all fits.
Front seat center armrest - comfort in the middle ground. There’s room for two to relax with front seat center armrest. It divides the front seating positions with a top that both the driver and passenger can use. Front seat center armrest puts your comfort front and center.
Full coverage flooring enhances the interior appearance and provides an added layer of sound insulation.
Vinyl flooring is durable and easy to clean.
Lightly tinted windows - a shade darker. Sometimes the road ahead being bright is a bad thing. Lightly tinted windows help tame the level of light entering your vehicle, meaning less eye fatigue and a more comfortable drive. Take the edge off the sunshine with lightly tinted windows.
Manual air conditioning - beat the heat. Take the edge off sweltering weather with manual climate controls. You can set the mode, temperature and speed of the fan so you can be comfortable on your drive no matter the temperature outside. Keep it cool with manual air conditioning.
Manual reclining passenger seat - Lean back. Gain some space between you and the dashboard with manual reclining passenger seat. It lets you adjust the angle of the seatback for added comfort during the drive, or for a more comfortable rest during the longer treks. Settle in, with manual reclining passenger seat.
Split-bench rear seat - Down for whatever. Sometimes you need a little more room for your cargo. Other times...you need a lot more room. Split-bench rear seats provide you with added versatility so you can load passengers and cargo in multiple combinations. Fold one side for long items and still have room for your passengers. Or fold both sides to load large items. With split-bench rear seats, it all fits.
This upholstery is durable and easy to keep clean.
Vinyl offers easy maintenance and durability.
2 12-Volt power outlets - Take charge of your drive! Your phone is dying, you need your GPS and to top it off, the kids have more energy than their devices. You need power and fast. With the 2 12-volt power outlets, running out of power is a thing of the past.
Battery charge warning - stay in charge. Battery charge warning helps you keep your vehicle going. Your battery powers the vehicles electrical systems and if it dies, you’ll be stranded. If it is not producing enough charge, a message or specific light illuminates to let you know it’s time for more juice. You'll never be shocked by your battery dying when you have battery charge warning.
Day-night rear view mirror - Getting blinded by the lights can really rev you up. But with day-night rear view mirror you can reduce the glare by adjusting the angle with the flip of a switch. The day-night rear view mirror doesn't let what's behind you affect what's ahead.
Door ajar warning - Closing time. Maybe you were distracted while shutting the door, or perhaps something is preventing it from fully closing; either way, door ajar warning means you don’t run the risk of having an unexpected opening while you’re driving. It provides a message or specific light to indicate the door isn’t latched so you can secure it before you -and possibly your passengers - hit the road. Help prevent the unexpected with door ajar warning.
Beverage holders prevent spills and free the driver's hands, which increases safe operation of the vehicle.
Front reading lights - Bright on target. Turning on the dome light while you’re moving can be distracting for the driver and make it harder to see out of the car. That’s where front reading lights come in handy. They are brighter and more focused than the overhead dome light, so you can use them to look at maps or relax with some other reading material without affecting the driver. See what you need to see with front reading lights!
Key location warning - Saved by the bell. Key location warning helps you keep your keys with you. A message or chime will let you know if the key is still in the ignition when the engine is not running and the driver's door has been opened, or if the key is out of range of the vehicle. Knowledge is...well, you know...and you’ll always have it with key location warning.
Low fuel warning - don’t come up empty. Low fuel warning reminds you when it’s time to fill up. There’s never a good time to run out of gas so don’t play a guessing game and end up stranded. Low fuel warning helps you keep moving.
Manual first-row side windows - roll with it. You always have access to fresh air with manual first-row side windows. Since they don’t need power to be lowered or raised, you don’t need the vehicle on to get what you want. Crank up the fun with manual first-row side windows!
Manually folding driver side door mirror - I fold. Fitting into a tight parking space or narrow garage is easier with manually folding driver side door mirror. Bringing it inward gives you the extra inches of room you’re looking for. With Manually folding driver side door mirror all you have to do is reach out to squeeze in.
Manual tailgate/rear door lock - all-around security. There are no extra openings for thieves when you have Manual tailgate/rear door lock. A simple turn of the key and your cargo is safe and snug with manual tailgate/rear door lock.
Manual second-row vent windows - crack a smile. Manual second-row vent windows allow air for everyone. The glass on the side of the vehicle can be hinged open manually, so get the breeze in back with manual second-row vent windows.
The addition of a visor mirror increases the functionality of the visor.
Reverse opening left rear passenger door - Open wide! Reverse opening left rear passenger door makes it easier to get people and cargo in and out. Since it’s hinged at the rear of the vehicle, it opens the opposite way of your front doors creating a large opening to the back seat. With reverse opening left rear passenger door, it's easy access.
Reverse opening right rear passenger door - Open wide! Reverse opening right rear passenger door makes it easier to get people and cargo in and out. Since it’s hinged at the rear of the vehicle, it opens the opposite way of your front doors creating a large opening to the back seat. With reverse opening right rear passenger door, it's easy access.
Trip computer - Drive smarter. Know more about your journey with a trip computer. It can calculate and display things like current fuel consumption, average speed, or distance to empty. Knowledge is power, so have more of it behind the wheel with a trip computer.
A trip odometer is useful for keeping track of distance traveled during a trip or between fill-ups.
Variable instrument panel lighting - just right bright. Variable instrument panel lighting helps you see what you need to see. If the instrument panel is too bright, it can irritate your eyes and affect your vision of the road ahead. Too dark, and you can’t find what you’re looking for. You set the brightness so you always get the perfect amount of light for your eyes. Variable instrument panel lighting helps get you comfortable in the dark.
The variable intermittent setting allows the wipers to be adjusted based on the amount of moisture the vehicle is driving through.
Powertrain and Mechanical
It's time to shift gears. A manual transmission typically offers quicker acceleration and better fuel economy by letting you select gears according to your engine speed.
Aluminum construction is lightweight, providing weight savings that contribute to better handling and fuel economy.
Power take-off provision - Ready to take on more. Getting the power you need for your auxiliary equipment is a cinch with power take-off provision. Also known as PTO provision, it is a port on the transmission that can be uncovered for easy installation of a PTO unit. This, in turn, allows you to run hydraulic/pneumatic tools like a snowplow lift or dump body. Install a little extra oomph on your vehicle with power take-off provision.
Firm ride suspension - Weight for it. Your vehicle needs to keep up with your work demands. With firm ride suspension, it can. The durable, heavy-duty components are made specifically to handle increased capability needs, maintaining proper vehicle height and stability under heavy loads. When you have a firm ride suspension, you can haul.
4-wheel drive - All four safety. In wet or slippery conditions the more grip your wheels can maintain, the safer your drive. 4-wheel drive delivers power to all four wheels providing excellent traction in adverse weather and road conditions. Get a firm grip on the road and added peace of mind in poor weather conditions with 4-wheel drive.
Front and rear ventilated disc brakes - increased air, reduced wear. The most basic safety feature of your vehicle is the brakes, so it makes sense you want them to perform at a high level for a long time. With front and rear ventilated disc brakes they will. Air circulates through the channels or vents for better heat dissipation, thus allowing them to last longer and perform better. Get stopping power that doesn’t quit with front and rear ventilated disc brakes.
An anti-roll bar improves vehicle stability by reducing body roll or sway, especially when turning or maneuvering. It contributes to more controlled, predictable handling than suspension designs without one.
Front coil springs - A better ride blossoms. Front coil springs help smooth out uneven driving surfaces, maintain the suspension system’s height, and keep your vehicle from sagging under added weight. This means increased comfort, precision, and capability. They also work with a variety of different suspension systems. Stay level headed under any condition with front coil springs.
A front engine location permits greater design and packaging flexibility and contributes to balanced vehicle dynamics.
Heavy-duty alternator - power up. Heavy-duty alternator provides additional charging capacity to accommodate higher service loads. This could be anything from cold climate operation to trailer towing to having a lot of interior electronics. With heavy-duty alternator you get the extra charge you need.
A heavy-duty battery provides increased capacity to accommodate higher service loads, such as cold weather starting.
Heavy-duty rear springs - Weight for it. Your vehicle needs to be able to keep up with your work demands. With Heavy-duty rear springs, it can. The durable, heavy-duty components are made specifically to handle the increased capability needs, maintaining safety, ride comfort, and stability under heavy loads. When you have heavy-duty rear springs, you can haul.
Heavy-duty front shocks absorbers - No surprises here! Your vehicle needs to be able to keep up with your work demands. With Heavy-duty front shocks absorbers, it can. The durable, heavy-duty components are made specifically to handle the increased capability needs, maintaining safety, ride comfort, and stability under heavy loads. No matter how uneven the road, you stay level headed with heavy-duty front shocks absorbers.
Hydraulic power-assisted steering - Turns out it’s easy. The term crank the wheel was obviously coined before Hydraulic power-assisted steering. Using an engine driven pump to pressurize hydraulic fluid, the system multiplies the driver’s steering input for effortless maneuverability. With hydraulic power-assisted steering there’s no cranking required.
Iron construction provides strength and durability.
Leaf springs have a simple design that can be built to accommodate very heavy weights or dynamic loads. For heavy vehicles, they have the advantage of spreading the load widely over the vehicle's chassis.
A longitudinally oriented engine allows for optimal weight distribution, which contributes to neutral handling characteristics. This layout is most often found in rear-wheel drive vehicles, where the power must run from the front of the vehicle to drive the rear wheels.
Manual locking 4-wheel drive hubs - get a grip. Manual locking 4-wheel drive hubs are ready when the road conditions are changing, or the inspiration to go off-road strikes. When the vehicle is stopped simply twist the dial on each hub, locking it to the axle. No matter the terrain, keep going with manual locking 4-wheel drive hubs.
The hands-on involvement of a manual shift transfer case is preferred by traditional off-roaders.
A monobeam axle provides rigidity and strength and is used in severe service applications, such as heavy-duty trucks, because it can support extremely heavy loads.
At highway speeds an engine runs quieter and consumes less fuel when overdrive is engaged. Engine wear is also reduced.
The radiator prevents the engine from overheating.
Re-circulating ball steering effectively multiplies steering effort and helps isolate unwanted feedback of uneven road surfaces. It is more rugged than rack and pinion steering, making it desirable in applications such as heavy-duty trucks.
A monobeam axle provides rigidity and strength. It is used by most trucks and large SUVs because it can support heavy loads.
Stainless steel exhaust system - don’t get rusty. Stainless steel exhaust system is built to keep you going for the long run. It is less susceptible to corrosion thus making it more durable and less expensive to maintain. You won’t ever tire of a quiet ride thanks to stainless steel exhaust system.
This system provides 4-wheel anti-lock brake effectiveness with less complexity than four channel systems.
Variable valve timing - Change your output. There are a lot of variables in your drive, so why should your engine always operate the same? With variable valve timing, the engine is efficient at both low and high RPM’s, so you get better fuel efficiency, cleaner emissions and improved performance. Variable valve timing provides a better drive, every time.
V8 engines typically develop excellent low- to mid-range torque, provide superb acceleration and operate smoothly. V8's tend to be very durable and are a popular large engine choice for a wide range of vehicles from sedans to performance cars to SUV's and pickup trucks.
Fuel Economy and Emissions
This helps reduce exhaust pollutants, thereby contributing to a cleaner environment.
Safety and Security
The combination of seatbelt and airbags greatly reduce the possibility of serious injury occupants may sustain in the event of a crash, compared to a vehicle without airbags.
Four wheel Anti-Lock Braking System - A break in the weather. When you need to stop fast, you can't have it depend on the road and/or weather conditions. Four wheel ABS Brakes pump the brakes more quickly than a driver could, so the wheels won't lock up even if you slam on the brakes. That results in significantly reducing stopping distances and improved steering control. Get the stopping power you need with Four Wheel ABS Brakes.
4-wheel disc brakes - covered all the way around. The most basic safety feature of your vehicle is the brakes, and 4-wheel disc brakes have you covered from front to back. Instead of being located on just the front wheels, there are discs on the rear wheels as well, increasing your vehicles ability to slow down quickly without over-heating the braking system. Get stopping power that doesn’t quit with 4-wheel disc brakes.
Analog instrumentation display -- A dashboard revolution - Get nostalgic with analog instrumentation display. We love our technology, but there's nothing quite like burying the needle. Wherever you’re going, take tradition with you with analog instrumentation display.
Cancellable passenger airbag - the right protection. When it comes to safety one size doesn’t fit all, so there is cancellable passenger air bag. If your front passenger is too small for airbag inflation to be safe in a collision, simply deactivate the airbag. While it’s always safest for children to ride in the back seat, cancellable front passenger air bag puts their safety up front.
Delay dome light - Don’t be left in the dark. Delay dome light ensures that when you’re putting your stuff down, or gathering it up, there will be light. It remains on for several seconds after the doors have been shut or the vehicle turned off, making it easier to handle all the extra stuff you’ve brought along. Delay dome light makes your cargo a little lighter.
Driver front impact airbag - Safer on all fronts. Driver front-impact airbag is designed to decrease the risk of serious head, chest and knee injury that can be happen when your body is thrown with force against the steering wheel or dashboard. When used in combination with your seatbelt, airbags greatly reduce the possibility of serious injury, compared to a vehicle without airbags. Be prepared for the worst with driver front-impact airbag.
Height adjustable front seatbelts - A better fit where you sit. It turns out, you’re not average height, so the seatbelt likely doesn’t fit you as well as it should. With height adjustable front seatbelts, you can get it exactly right by moving the upper anchor point to the spot that’s best for you. Move it up or down to get higher levels of comfort and safety with height adjustable front seatbelts.
Halogen beam headlamps - light up the night. Halogen beam headlamps have plenty of benefits outside of giving you a clear view of the road ahead. They use heated tungsten filaments to produce light, meaning you have low replacement costs. See the light with these halogen beam headlamps.
This safety feature is more easily visible to following drivers and helps them react quicker to a slowing or stopped vehicle.
Low tire air pressure warning - A heads up when you’re down. Consider Low tire air pressure warning a performance feature. A low tire can negatively effect gas mileage and the safety of your vehicle, as well as cause costly damage to your rims. When a tire is running low, a warning light appears so you can attend to the problem. Get the most performance from your tires thanks to low tire air pressure warning.
Pickup box cargo light - Light it up to load it up. The sun may have set, but the work ain’t done. Beat back the dark with pickup box cargo light. It provides the light you need so you can keep loading up when the sun is down. Pickup box cargo light can’t lift the cargo for you, but it can show you the way.
The additional chest coverage provides upper body support during a collision.
Replacement and aiming is easy and economical.
Ignition immobilizer - Theft is a non-starter. You can feel more secure about your vehicle being there when you come back. Ignition immobilizer is a passive security system consisting of a transmitter in the ignition key and a sensor located in the vehicle. If both are not present or do not recognize each other, the vehicle will not start. Ignition immobilizer a sure-fire way to prevent the theft of your vehicle.
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