I think he said he has already done the NPR setup. I don't understand the difference really between doing a NPR or a 3/4 ton with a landscape bed. He did say he likes keeping stuff out of the weather and you won't get that with a landscape bed. I also can't see saving $300 on gas a month just by dropping the trailer. It takes a lot of miles to save that much. I consider 13 mpg very good on any v8 or diesel rig in this business. I would have stayed with the cabover if it was me. I don't suggest doing the landscape bed unless you don't plan on doing any large properties and have a garage to fit it in. Also think about how much weight is left to put on a 3/4 ton legally after you put a steel bed on it.
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