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CrewCutEnterprises
12-12-2005, 04:33 PM
holy crap, I found out my digital camera takes video
dumps in hmm 17seconds

http://www.lawnsite.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=45592&d=1134422797

right click and save target as.

scaglawnsnj
12-12-2005, 11:21 PM
holy crap, I found out my digital camera takes video
dumps in hmm 17seconds

http://www.lawnsite.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=45592&d=1134422797

right click and save target as.
NICE SH*T MY NI*GA.. I'M GETING ONE OF THOSE NEXT YEAR. DO YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH IT DUMPING W/ LETS SAY 3 TON OF ROCKS... OR 7YRDS OF MULCH. I'M KNOW TO PUSH THINGS TO THE LIMIT. SO WHAT WAS THE MOST SKETCHY LOAD YOU DUMPED?? HOW DID IT HANDLE
NICE OPERATION TOO I DONT HATE I CONGRADULATE

jasonnau
12-12-2005, 11:37 PM
Yeah, I'm planning on getting one of those too. What did it cost, and how easy is it to install? Is it the same size for all full size trucks?

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 08:58 AM
same size all 8 ft bed models, its held in by 4 bolts(bed bolts) its easy to install but i dident do it

I got it at 4 acre trailer sales in wilmington del 2 years ago(geeze been that long) and it was 2200 install no tax no install fee..

Ive dumped ALOT!!
welll.
It dumps 1.5 tons of leaves no problem
it dumps 6 yards of mulch
6 yards of wood chips.
2.75 tons of gravel... (dont do this often, we normally run about 2500 lbs of gravel)

WE once weighed out of the gravel yard at 14k, and the truck has a dry weight of about 7500 lbs.. it was like 3. some tons and well, we had to push some off before we dumped it.
I blew the seal triing to dump that but ez dumper send me a new cylinder ups next day to fix it... leaked fluid for a few weeks, but i still used it, just kept filling her up. lets say that bed wont rust for a while

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 09:01 AM
another shot

LB1234
12-13-2005, 09:42 AM
CrewCut,

Few questions. Does the dumping of the material, either leaves, stone, and/or mulch ever get caught up under the bumper. I tried taking a look at the video and I can't tell by the angle. We appreciate any feedback on it.

Also, for that price I might take the few hour trip to delaware. Do you have the name of it, is it something they stock or a hit or miss thing. Thanks - LB:waving:

DUSTYCEDAR
12-13-2005, 09:51 AM
They R Great And For The Cost U Cant Beat Them

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 12:10 PM
here is the tailgate when we are dumping gravel for regraveling driveways

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 12:12 PM
for normal dumpiing like brush

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 12:13 PM
dump pump its electric

CrewCutEnterprises
12-13-2005, 12:14 PM
here is the video of the exhaust, while pulling away... Thats nice

Gilla Gorilla
12-15-2005, 09:56 AM
Nice what kind of exhaust system did you put on that psd?

CrewCutEnterprises
12-15-2005, 12:45 PM
mbrp exhaust

t304 stainless from www.xtremediesel.com

AGLA
12-15-2005, 06:13 PM
Someone asked about these recently. One thing to point out is that this is an F350 and not an F150 which would really limit the load.

CrewCutEnterprises
12-15-2005, 07:49 PM
Ok.

Payload legal capacity is about 1500 lbs or so. Max. thats in the 250.

The gvwr is 8800 lbs, we have left the gravel yard most of the time in the 11,000 to 12,000 lb range. about 1.5 to 2 tons of gravel each trip

jasonnau
12-16-2005, 10:20 PM
The cheapest I can find one around here is 2395.00. That doesn't include the install. I found the install for about $200.00, but I'll probably have a buddy help me out and do it myself. Question: How much does it cut out on the gas mileage? From what I could find out, it looks like the insert weighs in around 800 pounds. Also, can it be changed from truck to truck with relative ease? The reason I ask is that I have an 04 ford f250 I use to pull my mowing equipment, and a 98 chevy 3500 I use to haul around dirt, gravel, and landscape stuff. At this time of year, I use the chevy to plow. I wouldn't want all the salt being hauled in the ez-dumper due to the rust factor. But, in the summer, I wouldn't want to haul it around every day burning extra gas when I'm only pulling a mowing trailor. If I could change it around from truck to truck during the appropriate season, that'd be perfect.

CrewCutEnterprises
12-16-2005, 11:31 PM
its like a 2 hour install. Ive had it in that one atruck for 2 years now, you noctice the drop in gas mostly with the sides up. You can take them down.

good luck either way, its
:blob1: nice for a pick up truck

beautifullawns
12-17-2005, 09:29 PM
i installed my insert in about 1 hour. It lifted everything i put in it.
3 yards of mulch
2 yards of stone
built a big leaf box and dumped a load of leafs quick.
best peice of equipment i bought so far.
Another landscaper around here put one in his F-150 it handles everything no probalem. (truck)

kc2006
12-18-2005, 01:06 PM
I didn't hear enough turbo whine from your truck :D j/k

My 96 seems to make alot more turbo whine then even the newer trucks, even at idle you can hear it, I have a motoblue cheapo exhaust.

Nice truck btw

RedWingsDet
12-18-2005, 04:51 PM
Wow thats sounds awesome. My bro even liked it, and he usually doesnt like big trucks.

CrewCutEnterprises
12-18-2005, 09:14 PM
its funny, you can hear the blow off too as the air blows off back into the intake i believe, you can hear it from inside the cab, ill take a video from the inside so you can hear it.

It was worth the 400.00

The old one was rusted.

kc2006
12-18-2005, 09:30 PM
yea the newer trucks are really loud in the cab when the blow off opens, turbo is under your dashboard basicly.

You can only hear the turbo over 2000rpm in the cab on mine, but from the exhaust you can hear it all the time, its great shutting the truck off and you hear the turbo slowing down.

Eclipse
12-23-2005, 08:37 PM
its funny, you can hear the blow off too as the air blows off back into the intake i believe,

If you do not have a blow off valve, which I am guessing you do not because they are uncommon on diesels, the "blow off" I think you are referring to is compressor surge. Does it happen when you let off the throttle abruptly? If it is surge it can be damaging to a turbo. Just an FYI.

CrewCutEnterprises
12-26-2005, 07:35 PM
I was under the impression that they had internal blow offS?

Anyone else.? So ford powerstroke turbo diesels dont blow off...
hmmm not sure then

kc2006
12-26-2005, 08:28 PM
my truck (96) has compressor surge.

The newer trucks had the vacuum referenced wastegate, thats what makes the noise I believe. the little vacuum canister on the turbo, alot of guys unplug them and you can get better boost then (it thinks its not making as much so it allows it to keep going). If its not the canister that makes noise, then the newer trucks have ALOT of surge. I'm not up on the factory turbo's, I just know holsets and race turbo's.

Eclipse
12-26-2005, 10:34 PM
I was under the impression that they had internal blow offS?

Anyone else.? So ford powerstroke turbo diesels dont blow off...
hmmm not sure then

I'm a Dodge guy and none of the factory Dodges had a BOV and last I knew neither Ford or Chevy has one either. In fact there is only one company that I know of that even produces an aftermarket BOV for a diesel engine. Compressor surge is generally less prevalent on a diesel than a gasser. When you start turning up the fuel on a diesel, compressor surge is a more common occurrence.

CrewCutEnterprises
12-28-2005, 05:28 PM
hmm, well i guess i better find out what that sound is then.

Thanks for the info