fastest crew in east coast

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by italianstallion69, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. LawnMan19

    LawnMan19 LawnSite Gold Member
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    What truck's do you'll run?
     
  2. italianstallion69

    italianstallion69 LawnSite Member
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    2010 silverado 1500 ext cab 8'
    1997 e350 box truck 16' box drw
    2003 box truck 10' box srw

    i love box trucks for jobsites. im definitely goin to buy 1-2 more this spring.

    might upgrade to a 2500 dodge crew cab and a 2500 dodge regular cab also for driving around "looking cool " trucks

    we dont have lettering and stuff. the way I get jobs its not necessary and id end up with people calling me that I wouldnt work for.


    how bout you?
     
  3. bakertbyc

    bakertbyc LawnSite Member
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    dam dude when i get back in i want to be doing exactly what you are! good looking work man!
     
  4. LawnMan19

    LawnMan19 LawnSite Gold Member
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    99 Ram 1500 V8. Planing on adding a 3/4 ton next fall.
     
  5. alldayrj

    alldayrj LawnSite Gold Member
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    So you don't even own a little dump? Everything gets delivered?
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  6. italianstallion69

    italianstallion69 LawnSite Member
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    everything gets delivered by triaxle dump or semi flatbed.

    im going to buy a ford 8000 or 9000 rollback truck.

    i have a part time CDL driver- sometimes I rent a 26' stake bed truck for him to drive block. we overload that thing by like 10K.

    but my suppliers block truck can only take 40K of block and a semi direct from oberfields can take 50K so now I get stuff on semis. - this is why we rent telehandlers to unload- hence i need a 10k # telehandler

    Im actually trying to start buying block direct and cut out the middle man.

    i want the rollback truck + a 20yd dumpster to start collecting free horse and cow manure and composting it this summer so I can quit wasting 2-3g a site on topsoil. looking at screeners.
     
  7. JContracting

    JContracting LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Let's see some fleet pics!
     
  8. italianstallion69

    italianstallion69 LawnSite Member
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    cant all be 85grand!

    medexpress was my first ever commercial client and i love them to death. i will always do a smaller scale project for them. roses and bayberry on patio will look nice in spring

    box trucks-stay on jobsites we use them like big toolboxes so crew has tools. I am not always on jobsites so they need a truck to get materials+ tools to do work.

    will try and get pix over the holiday! merry christmas!
     
  9. JContracting

    JContracting LawnSite Bronze Member
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    "Merry Christmas" I like that. "Happy holidays" pisses me off actually. Looks like you run a tight ship.
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  10. recycledsole

    recycledsole LawnSite Gold Member
    from MD
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    hello,
    how do you take on work all over the country and still maintain a profit? doesnt travelling cost a lot?
     

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