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Old 09-06-2005, 12:37 AM
drmiller100 drmiller100 is offline
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yup. smokewagon=deezel
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Old 09-06-2005, 01:39 AM
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I have a 1997 dodge 2500 that get about9 miles per gallon i'm looking to get a foreign dump truck i thinking isuzu npr or a mitsubishi dump with 4X4. i'm assuming they get good milege since there 4 and 6cyc. anyone have one if so what do you think about them and how many miles do you get per gallon. and do you plow with it thanks
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Old 10-06-2005, 09:28 AM
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I know that mit has a pretty nice body-over truck. You can get it in the 4 cylinder desiel with 4 wheel drive. Its a powerful truck and has a lot of weight capacity. Its also great for plowing. Last winter we got 4 feet of heavy snow and it was one of the only trucks that could push it besides a front end loader.
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Old 10-04-2012, 04:06 PM
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[QUOTE=DVS Hardscaper;1121717]If you're combo unit (truck and trailer) grosses over 26000#, even if your trailer only weights 3000#, you're still a combo unit, which requires you to have a minimum of a Class A CDL restricted license.

26000# and a trailer of any size is the breaking point. There is no "if this or if that"

But if you're grossing under 26,000# and if you're pullin a trailer that is factory rated at or OVER 10,000# need a class A CDL! ]/QUOTE]

WrongO on all three counts.

This is an oldie but a goody.

Originally Posted by Mark Oomkes
Your argument falls flatter than a 3 day old roadkill squirrel.
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:17 PM
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Ford F350

I bought a 2012 Ford F350, FX4, dully, 6.7. I pull a 24' Enclosed trailer that has two Exmark Lazer Z and a Bad Boy in it and i am getting 14 mpg. I had a 2009 F350 that was getting around 8, but that was a 6.4. When i am not pulling this trailer i am getting 19 mpg. Ford with the new 6.7 is the way to go.

2012 Ford F350, FX4
2012 Bad Boy Outlaw XP 61"
2010 Exmark New Lazer Z (junk) 60"
2009 Exmark Lazer Z 60"
2008 Horton Hauler 24' Enclosed Trailer
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