I have two trucks... 96 F250..with a plow on it. 02 F350 psd... no plow. The F250 sits all year until it snows. It has 120K miles on it. The truck is paid for, but (of course) it costs money to run. Rear main seal is leaking, it's a gas motor (8 mpg?). It's a good strong truck. Plowed 7 years straight with no downtime during a storm...knock on wood.. I'd like to go to one truck. I'm guessing I can save at LEAST 2 grand a year in insurance costs and repair costs if i get rid of the F250. Why I want to keep it: backup truck when my F350 goes down. Also, the F350 won't see salt since it won't plow, allowing it to last longer. I can sell the older truck to put a plow on the newer one. But is it worth getting rid of old faithful to lower my costs and raise my net profit? Thoughts/opinions would be greatly appreciated..Thanks.