Originally Posted by GallucciLandscaping
I have a 2007 Chevy 3500hd dump with the 6.0L gas and 4.10 gears. That thing only gets 7-8 mpg and it doesn't matter if I'm loaded or not. I have a few friends with F450/F550 Vito the v10 gas and 4.88 gears. They are reporting 6-8 mpg. At those numbers all you can do is hope/pray that gas doesn't go over $5
Yeah I know they don't do well on MPG's but I'm after the simplicity/lower repair and maintenance costs of a gas engine over a diesel. How's your 3500HD handle payloads/towing? I can get a new 2012 GMC 3500HD 6.0L Gas 4x4 mason dump for $31,000 so I'm leaning that way but I want to make sure I'm not buying an undersized truck...
Matt Koski Landscape and Design, LLC
2006 GMC 2500HD 4x4, DMAX/ALLISON Fisher 8' Plow
2003 GMC 2500HD 4x4, 6.0L Fisher 8' Plow
2012 GMC 3500HD 4x4, DMAX/Allison- 9' Mason Dump
Bobcat MT-52 mini skid steer with bucket, pallet forks, and backhoe- the backbone of our installation work!
Stihl demo saws, chainsaws.
American Hauler 8 x18 Enclosed
Cam Superline 7x16' Dump
Carry-on 6 x12 Enclosed
Doing all design/build now!