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Old 03-02-2011, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hino MDT Pickup

only picture I could find:

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dump the bling and it would be pretty sweet...

anyone have more pics or specs? One of project or aftermarket conversion like the 650's and Kodiaks?
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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None of this type but we run Hinos at work and they do pretty good. They are made by Toyota so if you like them you should like a Hino. Ours come with a 265 to 385 HP engine and the Allison Tranny and the tranny is the only major problems we have had other than stupid little things on trucks that do 200 to 350 miles a day on routes and with stupid drivers. One thing though, they have a very big windshield, think like a cab over.

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Very FUGLY.
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Looks kind of like a Sterling.
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have heard from diesel techs that they are good trucks but very expensive to fix if something goes wrong.
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make'r a crew cab, then we're cookin' with buttah....
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:23 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Hinos are not Toyota hino motors of korea Toyota motors bought them out.
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Hino has been a part of Toyota since 1967, pretty hard to argue that they haven't become part of their parent company in the last 44 years.
I suggest you go back to lurking and not posting until you actualy do some research. If you did so, you would know that their headquarters is in Hino-shi(Hino City,) Tokyo Japan, and has been since the Hino name first came into use in 1942.
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have heard from diesel techs that they are good trucks but very expensive to fix if something goes wrong.
Makes sense...
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