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Old 03-08-2009, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by deere615 View Post
yeah I know what you mean about loading the atv, mine is tough too. I use 2 ramps on each side and drive it straigh on
You use 2 seperate ramps? Thats dangerous as hell to use in the snow! Mine is a tri-fold thats as wide as the truck - a few inches.

Originally Posted by TXNSLighting View Post
Well no pics of the reg cab..Where is it?
Which one? THe blue one? That one doesnt get used for snow. I don't trust my bros with a brand new truck lol I like using the green truck cuz its a beater. I don't beat any of my trucks, but with that one, if i get a scratch, i wont go crazy lol

Originally Posted by lawn crafters View Post
y do you have to take the plow off to get the atv out of the truck
Because its a steep incline. The truck is high up, and the plow just makes the quad longer.
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