Favorite Winter Pics

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by getthenet, Dec 16, 2007.

  1. tthomass

    tthomass LawnSite Gold Member
    from N. VA
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    You can do it yourself for $1,000 if you are decent at fabrication. The hoist costs about $800-$900.

    OR

    Just go to a shop while winter is hear and ask what they would charge to put a couple hydro pistons on there and hinge it at the rear.

    Thats a great price too. I was looking at 3500's tonight for the possibility of selling my 2500. Didn't have a lot of luck.......may just convert my 2500, may just not do anything at all........who knows.
     
  2. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    I Saw It At A Car Lot And Someone Bought It. I Saw Him About 3 Wks Later And Made Him An Offer To Give His Money Back And He Took It. He Probably Made A Little Off Of Me But I Still Think It Was A Good Deal As Much Help As It Has Been.

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  3. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    My New Toy

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  4. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    How Do You Like That For A Four Wheel Drive?

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  5. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    ANYONE ELSE EVER GET STUCK IN THE MUd?
     

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