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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 4 seasons lawn&land, Mar 14, 2013.
this is on cars . com wish I could find one of these.
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Truckcraft makes similar version. This version looked real nice.http://iroquoismfg.com/manufactured/custom
That is a clever user name you got there. The iriqois mason style is sweet! The truck craft is more landscape style and the price I received on the 508 model was just under 9 grand! not gonna happen! I will look into the iriqois thanks
11,700 for the Alum
7,200 for the same thing in steel
I would go steel with out thinking twice
I cannot believe how much they get for those. At the price I would just leave the bed on and get an insert.
trust me. Niether price was of any interest to me. At 7200 for a steel mason style dump, that's a grand more than a regular and much heavier 1 ton dump body. Doesn't make much sense. The point is to get rid of the box. They just damage too easy. Best bet if you have to have a mason dump SRW is to modify a dump inset to have conventional sides. Im not going to bother though. Just going to buy a 1 ton a leave the pickup to passenger vehicle/transportation. Maybe flatbed it.
one of our trucks got T-boned about 4 years ago and only the bed got messed up, so we put a bradford flatbed on and put a hoist under it ($5,000)...it is by far my favorite truck, 4x4 regular cab dump bed, great visibility and can use it for mulch, grass, leaves, etc...
Cheaper way to go If you have a flatbed Buy a under bed hoist Turn a flat bed into a dump bed