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Old 11-16-2009, 08:25 PM
jeffslawnservice jeffslawnservice is offline
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Everything looks good. Im 17 now and am in the same boat as you running a part time operation. Paper was good too. Word of advice though. In your paper you have part-time spelled pat-time. Might want to change that. Figured I would give you a heads up. But everything looks good good luck the rest of the season and with plowing.
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Old 11-16-2009, 09:32 PM
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jeeze devin. u find all these old trucks with high miles. but i like that years body style. have fun paying 4 the gas. it sucks. and meyer plows r the best
Scot the truck is one year older then yours and for what i want ot pay its going to have some miles, that is about average miles for a 95, Meyers are being ran more up here then western but i will say boss is starting to take over
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Old 11-16-2009, 09:49 PM
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Everything looks good. Im 17 now and am in the same boat as you running a part time operation. Paper was good too. Word of advice though. In your paper you have part-time spelled pat-time. Might want to change that. Figured I would give you a heads up. But everything looks good good luck the rest of the season and with plowing.
Thanks man, ya I know i gotta shange that. I am going to have my dad look over it when he gets home, thanks though. Good luck to you too, are you plowing?
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Old 11-17-2009, 02:53 PM
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Scot the truck is one year older then yours and for what i want ot pay its going to have some miles, that is about average miles for a 95, Meyers are being ran more up here then western but i will say boss is starting to take over
i no devin. ya boss seems the ways up here and i dont like it. ill always runs meyer. my old man ran them 4 20 years and not 1 problem ever. let me know about the truck. and ill c if i can dump ur trailer of leaves
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Old 11-17-2009, 04:28 PM
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I like your setup man. Thats a nice trailer, I like the sides prob good for haulin brush and whatnot
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Old 11-17-2009, 06:58 PM
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Thanks man, I like your thread too. The trailer is nice, but SMALL lol. That is all the toyota highlander could handle at the time. I want to upgrade to a 7x14 enclosed next year hopefully. Yes, I have use the sides countless times, they are great!!
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:30 PM
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Well, I haven't been around here much lately so I figured I would update this thread quick. Hope everyone is having a good winter!!
I'm really getting the spring itch. I am in process of putting an agressive marketing plan together, I'm shooting for about 30 maintenance accts right of the bat in the spring. I'll get more pics in the spring, I just figured i'd update it. My winter is going pretty good, I have about 15 plowing accts which is perfect b/c it is my first winter plowing. Also for christmas, my parents got me company t-shirts, sweatshirts, truck magnets, yard signs, etc with my logo, so I figured I'd share. I love the high vis. carhartt apparel, and my parents got my logo put on it. LOVE how it turned out. I have been really getting noticed while out working! Here is some pics of the new stuff and a few other pics.

First pic- hat and sweatshirt
Second Pic- closer veiw of logo
Third pic- Truck with plow and magnet, you can see my buddies 99 in the background too.
Fourth pic- what we do in MN in the winter- Ice fishing and snowboard jump on the lake, it was pretty big, I plowed it with , my truck, got towed in with a quad doing 40 mph to gap it!

Questions, comments, concerns, let me know, thanks for looking!!
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Old 02-21-2010, 08:38 PM
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is that a blizzard snow plow u got on your truck every thing looks cool
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Old 02-21-2010, 10:20 PM
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is that a blizzard snow plow u got on your truck every thing looks cool
Thanks, ya 2002 model Blizzard 810 Power Plow. It has been a good plow so far, I just gotta get a backdrag blade.
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Old 02-21-2010, 10:58 PM
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Looks good, I like your truck and setup.
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