2013 Rigs!!

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by LandFakers, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. blk90s13

    blk90s13 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Nice looking rigs, I need to remember my camera one day
     
  2. knox gsl

    knox gsl LawnSite Platinum Member
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    Tried and true truck. 20130510_113837.jpg

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  3. jakes mowing

    jakes mowing LawnSite Senior Member
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    nice dodge!
     
  4. TML

    TML LawnSite Senior Member
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    Yes it is. How many miles? They don't make them like that anymore. Those and the 80's Chevy's, no fancy stuff, just 1 rock solid truck made to work, and easy to work on.
     
  5. knox gsl

    knox gsl LawnSite Platinum Member
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    178,000 on the original 318 v8 and 3 speed trans. I love the truck but hope to replace it soon with a 3/4 or 1 ton. It normally has 2 WB's and a Vride on the trailer but that day we were doing bed work so we had mulch.
     
  6. LGL

    LGL LawnSite Member
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    I respect the hell out of this, this is called working for a living, keep going man!
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  7. RLS24

    RLS24 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Usually either being towed by the '99 Chevy 2500 or the '01 F250. I have another hand plower holder and a backpacl blower holder on order that still need to go on the trailer as well as a hand tool rack that needs to be put on.
     
  8. Scagman 48

    Scagman 48 LawnSite Senior Member
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    thanks man!
     
  9. Paul's Green Thumb

    Paul's Green Thumb LawnSite Member
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    Mine

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    Some of the new gear...

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    ...and some of the old. This is a 1974 Troy-Bilt "Horse" model tiller that my Dad gave me, all original (even the tires, lol!) and pretty well indestructable! I just used it on Saturday for a lawn rehab/seed application. :usflag:

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  10. DoubleClutch

    DoubleClutch LawnSite Member
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    Building racks for tools and my back pack as we speak.
     

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