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Old 08-09-2010, 10:21 AM
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I mean thats awesome but why would you get a 2wd tryck to plow
i think he used a tractor to plow
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Old 12-02-2010, 09:43 PM
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i think he used a tractor to plow
Still. Who buys a 2wd truck at all? Not just if it snows but they look stupid! And it looks like you have tow mirrors on your 2wd half ton and you don't tow a trailer with? Money wasted on that IMO. And your practically brand new zero turn for a small number of acct's that you somehow got when you were 15 yrs old? Doesn't add up unless your parents or other relative bought it all.
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Old 12-02-2010, 09:55 PM
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Still. Who buys a 2wd truck at all? Not just if it snows but they look stupid! And it looks like you have tow mirrors on your 2wd half ton and you don't tow a trailer with? Money wasted on that IMO. And your practically brand new zero turn for a small number of acct's that you somehow got when you were 15 yrs old? Doesn't add up unless your parents or other relative bought it all.
While I can not speak for him, my first tuck was a 2wd f-150. AT that time it was I could afford and I didnt really look into the future to see that I would desperatly need 4x4 and that I would be beating the crap out of that f-150. I quickly learned my lesson. But a trailer makes life a whole lot easier. Just get a cheap used one.
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Old 12-02-2010, 11:33 PM
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While I can not speak for him, my first tuck was a 2wd f-150. AT that time it was I could afford and I didnt really look into the future to see that I would desperatly need 4x4 and that I would be beating the crap out of that f-150. I quickly learned my lesson. But a trailer makes life a whole lot easier. Just get a cheap used one.
If you can afford an 07 2wd you can surely afford an early 2000s 4x4.
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Old 12-03-2010, 12:39 AM
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If you can afford an 07 2wd you can surely afford an early 2000s 4x4.
Good point I didnt see that. Mine was a 96 that was plagued with problems after a year. I know everyones situation is different but if I him I would sell the 07 1500 and like you said buy an early 2000 2500/3500 4x4 with an eight foot bed. But to each his own.
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