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Jpocket
10-11-2005, 10:32 PM
What are you paying per month for you heavy duty personal truck or new work trucks just curious:)

LB1234
10-11-2005, 11:03 PM
Got 0% Financing for 48 mos. Paying $430/mo. after trading in the previous pickup. This Thanksgiving will be 24 mos. Its a chevy 25HD short bed, ext. cab LS(?). Basically cloth bench seats, a/c, power locks/windows, and no other real bells and whistles. Its an 8.1L V8 with allison trans. Averaging 25k per year on it. I hope I can have less than 100k on it, paid off, and trade in for another in 2 years. Will think about diesel 3500 next time.

littlenic
10-12-2005, 12:34 AM
$420 for 03 1500 gas ext cab, short/Reg bed and $750 for 05 2500 diesel 4 door short/Reg bed

zero_turn_mowers
10-12-2005, 07:36 AM
$756.00 on a 2005 F-250 4x4 Deisel 4 door Lariat that is $5000.00 down for 48 months.


Tim

LwnmwrMan22
10-12-2005, 08:01 AM
$625 each for a 2003 Dodge Ram 4x4 Quad cab short box diesel and a 2005 of the same thing.

5 years, 0%.

TURFLORD
10-12-2005, 08:20 AM
'03 F250 XLT shortbed paid in full. '04 F550 Turbo Diesel $19,000 down ( home equity paid)+ $600 month for 5 years.

Bunton Guy
10-12-2005, 08:50 AM
04 F-350 4 door FX4 : 4.5% $615.00 per month
01 F-350 X-cab : 6.5% $565.00 per month
05 LCF ford cabover vanscaper 5.5% $625.00 per month
& another 2 trucks that are paid for.

UNISCAPER
10-12-2005, 10:18 AM
2) Mack Vision roll off trucks, 1) 04, 1-05, $1,873.00 ea for 6 years, 10% down.

1) 6500 series Chevy 208" wheelbase, 9 liter Duramax/9 speed Allison tranny, roll off. $1,254.00 per month through GM track lease. Pay a dollar in 5 years and we own it.
1) 5500 series 03 Chevy Dmax/allison roll off. $896.00 per month, through GM track lease, pay a buck at lease end, we own it.
1) Chevy 04 4500 crew cab, Dmax/allison rol off truck. $953.00 per month, pay a buck in 5 years, we own it.

2) Chevy 3500 Dmax/Allison 4x4 pick ups. 1, 04, 1-05. Pay between 585 and 605 per month for each of them 0% finance.

Track lease is the way to go because you take all depreciation immediately as the terms are called a lease. Keeps more money in our pockets.

Smalltimer1
10-12-2005, 11:26 AM
$335/mo for 6 years for the '04 F-250 PSD, I put $8000 down including trade in which was already paid for.

nac
10-12-2005, 07:08 PM
2003 GMC 2500HD 479.00 5 years 0% 10,000 down
2000 Frieghtliner FL70 /Hookift payed in full 44,000.00

mrusk
10-12-2005, 08:10 PM
05 dodge cummins.. 0% for 36 months zero down. $912 a month. With zero percent interest why did you guys put any money down? I could of put half down atleast, but intest i have my money working for me, instead of me working for it.
I look foward to hearing your reasoning.

Matt

Smalltimer1
10-12-2005, 10:00 PM
05 dodge cummins.. 0% for 36 months zero down. $912 a month. With zero percent interest why did you guys put any money down? I could of put half down atleast, but intest i have my money working for me, instead of me working for it.
I look foward to hearing your reasoning.

Matt


Mine had 4500 miles on it, still considered new by the credit union, but the credit union doesn't do 0% and neither does Ford on their program vehicles.

nac
10-12-2005, 10:01 PM
Just to keep the payments down. I also have a $450 on a skid steer/36 months 0.9% , &1,000 on a pc-45 mini-x/ 12 months 3.9% and $2600 on 160Clc excavator/ 36 months 2.9%

sno-mover
10-13-2005, 12:32 AM
04' f250 lariet fx4 $9500 down $498/mo 5 years @ 5.9%

M RASCOE&SONS
10-14-2005, 08:58 PM
03 chevy 3500 4wd masondump loaded,o% gmac $ 502. per month per 60 months with $6200 down..this truck kicks butt

Itsgottobegreen
10-14-2005, 11:26 PM
$474.75 on my Dump truck. I put half down and still have 2.5 years to go on it. I wanted to beable to make payments by working a part time job is anything happend to my business. Can't afford to get this truck REPO or I am screwed.

Itsgottobegreen
10-14-2005, 11:27 PM
$474.75 on my Dump truck. I put half down and still have 2.5 years to go on it. I wanted to beable to make payments by working a part time job is anything happend to my business. Can't afford to get this truck REPO or I am screwed.

LB1234
10-14-2005, 11:45 PM
05 dodge cummins.. 0% for 36 months zero down. $912 a month. With zero percent interest why did you guys put any money down? I could of put half down atleast, but intest i have my money working for me, instead of me working for it.
I look foward to hearing your reasoning.

Matt


I received 0% and didn't place anything down...you are correct. Except when you are talking trade-in's. I traded in my other truck and received ~16k for it...I put that down and saved almost $1k in taxes. You'd have to bust out the financial calculator to see what you can get but letting your money gain interest...in my case 6% (NJ State Sales Tax)

cubbie
10-15-2005, 05:42 PM
why get get a truck and trailer, when you can get a super lawn truck for the about the same money, i priced 1 for about $50,000 to $60,000 and that will haul everything you ever need in the mowning, and landcaping business, when i can afford 1 i'm planning on getting 1

UNISCAPER
10-15-2005, 05:46 PM
why get get a truck and trailer, when you can get a super lawn truck for the about the same money, i priced 1 for about $50,000 to $60,000 and that will haul everything you ever need in the mowning, and landcaping business, when i can afford 1 i'm planning on getting 1


If all you plan on using it for is lawn maintenance, it will work well. Try plowing snow with one once. Another story. So basically you got a truck sitting idle for 4 months a year....

jtkplc
10-15-2005, 10:55 PM
$494.17 a month. I leased for 3 years a used 2004.5 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 Cummins Turbo Diesel Quad Cab Short Box SLT after it was turned in after a 6 month lease with about 6500 miles. I couldn't pass it up. Great truck, I love it. Diesel is the way to go.

Team_Yamaha
10-16-2005, 12:40 PM
All of my trucks are paid for except the 05. Payments are $665, but I have been paying almost $1000 on it, plus any extra that can be thrown at it. Hope to have it paid this time next year:D :D

supercuts lawn maint
10-18-2005, 10:07 PM
2004 dodge ram 1500 quad. $3000 down $360 monthly payments.

ALarsh
10-21-2005, 12:48 AM
2004 Ford Ranger... Only have $1,000 left to pay off... Payments are $200 a month. Should be paid off late this year/early next year.

POPO4995
11-28-2005, 07:24 PM
2001 Dodge 1500 Quad Cab --- $380.00 month

2005 Ford F-450 Diesel Dump --- $545.00 month

John Deere "Green Fleet" --- $595.00 month

All of this isnt work....these are toys!!!:cool2:

LawnScenes
11-28-2005, 08:17 PM
1995 F-150 = paid for the day I bought it.

1997 F-250 = also paid for the day I bought it.

2005 F-250XLT = $569 per month.

South Florida Lawns
11-28-2005, 08:25 PM
Brand new (back in 2003) Chevrolet Silverado work truck.

Jpocket
11-29-2005, 09:05 AM
why get get a truck and trailer, when you can get a super lawn truck for the about the same money, i priced 1 for about $50,000 to $60,000 and that will haul everything you ever need in the mowning, and landcaping business, when i can afford 1 i'm planning on getting 1

Then what will you drive when you go to the shore on weekends, grocery store etc...?

Hacksquat
11-29-2005, 10:35 AM
04 Ford F-250 XL 4x4 with V10------> 390.00 a month

rbriggs
11-29-2005, 10:56 AM
There are an awful lot of you with new trucks that are paid off! I need to get into this green industry! $$$$$$$$$$$$$ ;)

AintNoFun
11-29-2005, 11:05 AM
got a new personal truck in the spring, yukon denali.. put like 10g down and my payments are $8__ a month forget for how many years though...

Lazer_Z
11-30-2005, 03:52 PM
Guys, Not trying to be rude but, why am I seeing so many of you with short bed trucks? I can't understand why you would want a shortbed? Anyone care to explain?

Thanks
Rob

Ramairfreak98ss
11-30-2005, 04:09 PM
$756.00 on a 2005 F-250 4x4 Deisel 4 door Lariat that is $5000.00 down for 48 months.


Tim

ouch. i figured since ive spent all my money on lawn equipment this year already, 3k down on a 05/06 F350 non dually, XLT diesel Ford was in the area of $47k sticker, ends up at $917 a month PLUS financing of figure 8%+ is $990+ per month lol, way too much for what i make. Only thing i financed is the Ferris 61" ztr mower, i pay back over 2yrs $250 amonth, but its actually less b/c i paid more up front and first handful of payments i paid a lot more already.

Ramairfreak98ss
11-30-2005, 04:10 PM
Guys, Not trying to be rude but, why am I seeing so many of you with short bed trucks? I can't understand why you would want a shortbed? Anyone care to explain?

Thanks
Rob


yeah why is this? i know it "looks" cooler for personal use, my long bed 91 i like, my father bought a 03 short, he dont like it already since cant fit nearly any of the long things in it i can in mine. I want a long bed newer one sometime.

LwnmwrMan22
11-30-2005, 06:08 PM
Guys, Not trying to be rude but, why am I seeing so many of you with short bed trucks? I can't understand why you would want a shortbed? Anyone care to explain?

Thanks
Rob


Because I've got a 16' dump trailer, a 26' flatbed, a 12' snowmobile and a 24' V-Nose enclosed trailer incase I need to haul anything home.

If I know I need lumber or landscaping supplies, it isn't like I'll be at the hardware store and be rolling out the cart, all of a sudden, realizing "SHOOT! I've got the shortbox with me!!!! :realmad:"

I'll be planning on building something, and therefore taking a trailer with me.

As for when I'm not building, it's alot easier getting that shortbox around than a longbox, especially for plowing.

TWUllc
11-30-2005, 06:18 PM
'06 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4x4 Reg Cab Long Bed 5 year, 60K mile warranty.

$407.00 Month

Jpocket
12-01-2005, 08:34 PM
I pay $379.00 per mo. for my 2005 2500HD single cab, snow plow prep 6.0liter, LS model.

StealthDT
12-02-2005, 01:06 AM
It seems the dealers stock the short beds because Harry Homeowner buys the ext. cab short over the long bed daily. The way modern parking lots are designed, you can't shoehorn a long bed into a space. Look how the beds keep on getting shorter and shorter. GM's crew cab 1500 has a 5' 9" box, you can't even lay down in it for a nap! I bet 75% of the trucks sold have 6 foot or shorter box. This is why I'm concentrating my efforts on the dump kits for short beds, something nobody else offers. I'll be ready for the Gator size boxes when they come out in a few years.

Green-Cuts
12-02-2005, 02:38 PM
Hi

I am paying $388 a month on my 2005 Dadge 1500 4X4 Quad cab.

Thanks
Brandon

Birdjr
12-02-2005, 10:55 PM
im paying $768 a month for my 2004 f450 psd dumping grain

PMLAWN
12-05-2005, 09:35 PM
The only truck we are paying on anymore is the 02 3500. LT-8.1- 2x $468 month for 5 years. I was not looking for a dually or an LT (and I was looking new) but my dealer had a 6 month old used one that was traded so he gave me it at a great price.
None of my personal cars have Heated seats but my work truck does.:dizzy:

I will have to buy Fords from now on as my dealer has moved to a Ford dealership