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“Our rented minivan squatted beside a dusty three-quarter-ton pickup truck.”
“GM could move three-quarter-ton production to Mexico, or possibly Indiana.”
“Unlike several union brothers who were held for rocking a police vehicle, Hornacek allegedly socked one: a three-quarter-ton police horse named Daily News I. Hornacek claims he batted the mount accidentally and offered to smooch the horse to make amends.”
“Three-quarter ton pick: Ford F-250All the three-quarter-ton trucks seem well built, but I felt most comfortable in the Ford F-250.”
“Three-quarter ton pick: Chevrolet SilveradoNow the three-quarter-ton diesel trucks are a different animal.”
“The three-quarter-ton armor that gets plated onto the humvees, for example, limits its carrying ability and puts additional strain on the transmission, according to service officials...”
“After one lesson in “double clutching” to shift gears, I was put into a three-quarter-ton armored personnel carrier and told to follow the vehicles ahead of me in a column.”
“Ken Senior had a four-wheel three-quarter-ton Chevrolet Suburban with 454 cubic inches under the hood.”
“A three-quarter-ton, it boasted a raised roof with black plastic windows embedded in the rear.”
“Then a three-quarter-ton truck came through the trees, followed by some more jeeps.”
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