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  • n. a pickup truck with four wheels on the rear axle, two on each side.


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  • A few years ago, a big six-wheel "dualie" pickup was sent back to Detroit before I ever even saw it, because colleagues kept crunching the extended rear fenders.


  • The supreme court (sic) (nine political lawyers with government jobs & perks) supposedly “ruled” that it was OK to be a “dualie”.

    Abrams Confirms His New Role « Blog

  • In CA, we spelled it “dualie”, or as my daughter says “training wheels”.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Proofs

  • Sometimes we played a game where you got points for spotting certain things: a dualie, a speed trap, a box turtle crossing the highway.

    What You Have Left

  • Toyota showed a Tundra dualie with a Hino 8-liter diesel engine under the hood.

    2007 SEMA - Diesel diaries

  • A dualie double stroller might have bigger wheels for more control over those that are equipped with smaller wheels.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • The super old ones are an 8500 and 9600 working as web servers, while a relatively modern G4/450 dualie serves as a file server.

    MAKE Magazine

  • I keep a G4 dualie around for Mac work, but it's basically a space heater.

    Slashdot: Ask Slashdot

  • Fresh from his tour of Hitler's bunker at Berchtesgaden, Lee told me that Chrysler would help Mercedes reclaim the "Joe Hofbrauhaus" market with the introduction of Europe's first dualie, the HummDee.

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  • Charge truck owners the true, total cost of hauling the full load capacity of trucks and see now many REALLY NEED a dualie to haul a few tools.

    Bacon's Rebellion


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