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What did you get done on your Bolt today? - 2021 and later
The original thread is still in tact and we have 14 pages already for this time frame. A "mini-Project Journal" if you will.

Stovebolt driving report
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Who uses their truck as a truck - 2021 and later

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Bolters in the Side Lot
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kthomas #1476415 Thu Nov 24 2022 01:37 PM
Joined: Dec 2018
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kthomas I just use cardboard u-know Kentucky carpet wrote an 800 number on there with kentucky carpet above it ,people at car shows really pick up on that and just cackle ! A girl drew a pencil drawing of my 51 6400 pickup last summer,it's the best trophy I ever did get !!

kthomas #1476673 Sun Nov 27 2022 03:20 PM
Joined: Jun 2003
Posts: 522
Weather tech makes a semi-universal that might work for you -

"Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me either. Just leave me alone, you're starting to freak me out."

1957 GMC 150
buoymaker #1477201 Fri Dec 02 2022 02:59 AM
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Posts: 283
kthomas Offline OP
Originally Posted by buoymaker
A towel fits in the washing machine better than a Kenworth floormat.

The long haul truck drivers that I have talked to cover the floor and the seats to catch things that fall down and to make cleanup easier when you're not hauling. Time is money and the boss man always wants a quick turnaround. Only stop for mandatory sleep periods and to refuel. You eat, drink and other things as you drive.

Stovebolt GM trucks were designed to be working trucks. They were expected to get dirty.

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