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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-07-2009, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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full size vs small (4x4 1500 vs s10 zr2)

I have got the choice of gettin a 05 chevy silverodo 1500 4x4 (not z71).
The other choice is a 00 s10 zr2


I like to hunt and fish i wanted to know what would be the best choice to get thinking about and ride around : the 1500 has got a little more miles but i hear it can take it

Gas millage

best riding

most reliable

best in mud and gravel

logest lastin

and is 4x4 and z71 much difference?
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Don't get hung up on the Z71 v 4x4. At the end of the day, 4wd is what will matter. Other parts are easily upgradeable, with money of course

If you haul a lot of stuff inside, gear and such, get the fullsize truck. Nothing worse than being cramped. It'll be much more versatile than a midsize. I've driven both midsize and fullsize. Hands down full size is better. Don't get me wrong, I love the ZR2. It's a hard choice.

Mileage, can't say. The ZR2 should fair slightly better than the 1500.

Longest lasting - that varies truck to truck with maintenance and abuse/lack there of

Mud/gravel - depends on tires.

It'll be a personal preference as to the truck you get. What are the specs of the ones you're looking at?

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