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Figured I would start a thread for anybody that wants to read along. I'm out of Wilmington Delaware. Small 2 man operation. We primarily do; landscaping, tree work, and lawns. Ultimately we'll do anything for anybody though. Feel free to chime in with questions, comments, or critique.

I'll start with our last job. 2 birch tree removals. Took about 3 hours with the two of us from start to finish.
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Some other before and afters I have from the last few weeks..


Hedge removal and mulched. Customer had a white vinyl railing put in between the posts on the porch after the bushes were removed.
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2 different bush/stump removals. Not very large but were all next to sewer and gas lines.
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Nice trucks man. Looks good.
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Had to finish work early Tuesday and hook up our plows. We were supposed to get some snow around here Wednesday. My truck (the black one) saw nothing but rain. My dads (new F350) was used in PA at his stores he manages. They got about 5 inches of heavy snow. I want to see if he got any pictures of it. First time plowing with that truck.

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Thank you sir. Ford family over here as you can tell.
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I like these threads. I want to start one but suck at taking pics. I always mean to but just want to get the job done. It is a great way to track business progress
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Thank you sir. Ford family over here as you can tell.
Sure can! I just picked up a 14 F350 reg cab back in May, love the truck. Actually have the same standard duty boss on it
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I like these threads. I want to start one but suck at taking pics. I always mean to but just want to get the job done. It is a great way to track business progress
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I am constantly taking pictures! I have had very few problems with customers but I figure if anything ever had to go to court I could prove my jobs by the pictures I take. I take before during and afters at every house I visit and log them in my computer. Like you said about tracking progress, its really fun looking at old pictures of what I thought were good/big jobs at the time.
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Sure can! I just picked up a 14 F350 reg cab back in May, love the truck. Actually have the same standard duty boss on it
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Did it come as a package? That's when my dad bought his too as a left over package. It actually had the Super Duty plow on it. I took his 8 footer since I have a 4 inch lift on my truck and he took my Standard Duty. The swap works well. His truck doesn't lean as forward as much and I don't need to have the plow on top of a pallet to hook it up. Very very happy with the truck even though it's a work model.
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Did it come as a package? That's when my dad bought his too as a left over package. It actually had the Super Duty plow on it. I took his 8 footer since I have a 4 inch lift on my truck and he took my Standard Duty. The swap works well. His truck doesn't lean as forward as much and I don't need to have the plow on top of a pallet to hook it up. Very very happy with the truck even though it's a work model.
No I actually had bought the plow for my F150, but I traded it in for the new truck. Even though it's small
I couldn't see getting rid of a brand new plow that's not even a year old, so I kept it for my 350. Perfect for driveways.
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