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My Favorite Dually
by Interstate Trav from California | June 20, 2011
I got my 1997 Chevy red crew cab dually a few years ago. The 454 has a lot of power, but not so great on gas, on average I get 8-12 mpg. Usually ends up being about 10. Rides a little rough, but it's a 1 ton. Fits 5 very comfortably. I have the bucket seats up front. Love driving it to Las Vegas, can handle a lot of weight. Just drinks a lot of gas.
Pro's, lots of power, leather seats are comfortable, roomy, reliable, does what you want it to
Con's, mpg, and some parts on it are expensive, hard to fit in a drive thru, and won't fit in most carwashes.
Overall I would recommend this truck.