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    Default topkick'en some #@!... up here in Canada new to the site but not to the shop

    Hi yeah All,
    Just stopped in to find some other Top Kick/ Kodiac C4500 C5500 4X4 Duramax Folks, as up here in Canada, there are very few, and even less parts, tech and know how up here.unless your fixing your ford..So now that its ready to go I will just spend my days pulling dodge trucks out of the mud, and snicker at the ford logo(found off road dead) ...lmao

    If your working on a topkick or Kodiac and want to share tips, tricks, and part sources, lets Rev it up, and getter done


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    ohh For got a pic...... here is the DirtyDog..... but its clean
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    Welcome! (And nice rig!!)

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    Thanx surreal....thats a sweet ride your waxing too....

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    Thank you kindly. What do you do that requires the strength of a TK?

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    we haul a 36 ft flat deck loaded to the max maybe more, with multi terrain track loaders and excavators in to the valleys and hills around here. and in the wet seasons we actually use the truck to pull out our loaders when they go down......mud glorious mud,,,,lol i will find some pics of it in action and post them.

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    You've certainly got the right tool for the job. I look forward to the pics!

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    Welcome to the Club and that is a very nice rig you have there!!!

    (Scott) Myrtle Beach, SC
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    Welcome to the G M T C !


    2010 Z/71 Colorado C/C
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    w/8.1L Chevy & Allison 6spd.
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    Welcome to the club! That is mighty nice truck you got there.
    Adam
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    Default some work pics

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    pic 1 - loaded a little over the rated
    pic 2 a lot of chain and a little tug
    Pic 3 loaded as heavy as i could go,

    But its a GMC and its tuff

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