I completely agree with you. I'm 44 years old but have no experience with vehicles. I was mentioning the above mods because I might want to put a motocross on top of the tonneau cover. I see from others' replies as well as yours, that these mods are expensive as well as a big gamble. Thank you
Traditionally the seeds & skins are removed (because ancient tomato strains were poisonous to some degree) so the tomato grinder that utspoolup mentioned is best but if you want to use the seeds and skins (that where all the health benefits come from) then a vacuum blender is best
I heard that Rams run great until they break then they break catastrophically. I only heard this from 1 mechanic so I guess you disagree right? I would also like to ask you what you think of "Chevy as in are they also easy to work on?"
I love the Avalanche for its ability to switch between long bed & crew cab. I also liked it because being GMC it should be easy to work on.
I don't like that if I have the backseat down & converted to a long bed the whole truck is unsecured & the passenger cabin is exposed to the elements
The last mentioned mod would be to make the bed compatible with a RSI smart cap or black diamond tonneau cover.
Judging by your reply this is either difficult to make both sides the same or compromises the structural integrity.
I really like the Chevy Avalanche but want manual transmission. If I get a Silverado or a Tundra how hard would it be to install drop down seats & drop down metal wall so that it has the same feature as the Avalanche?