Small pickup to haul ATV?

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  1. dr.zed

    dr.zed DR.ZED OT Supporter

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    S10s are hard to find in and around the GTA.

    What other small pickup could haul an ATV, have a manual transmission and is mildly able to navigate somewhat offroad?

    I'm looking at 5 - 20 year old vehicles. Thoughts?
     
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    F100? :dunno:
     
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    Not sure what you guys have over there in the way for tray backs but most quad guys over here have something like an old Hilux or something. Cheap and easy to mod for a bit of offroad work.

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    They're just called Toyota Pickups here.
     
  8. Saluki

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    I had an old Dakota to haul my Brute Force around back in the day. It actually fit perfectly with the tailgate up it was nice and snug and if I wasn't paranoid I wouldn't have to use straps.
     

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