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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Mini man, Feb 25, 2009.
Looks nice, like the aluminum.
Now you have to swap out the tail and clearance lights for some LEDs they are well worth it. I bought Trucklite brand lights the 4 inch gromet mounts were cheap it looks like you have the 2.5 clearance lights they are not bad either.
I like the red with the white lettering looks good.
Anyone else running aluminum dumps? How well do they hold up? Seems like a good looking way to increase payload. How does the price compare?
Sweet truck by the way!
that is a nice truck definatly better to do the kind of work you will be doing
Very nice looking truck! Good luck with it!
I have a line on 3/8 inch Teflon sheeting and I will line the alum with it.
Was going to get steel but the increased payload and the longevity convinced me alum...needs to be lined though.
is the ol' saying true, "S*@#t flows down hill? "
I am looking at a 98' Ranger as my starter truck for this summer. I am looking to just get a ramp welded onto my truck or just get two single wheel ramps. I am also planning on building a platform to put in my truck so that it is level with the wheel wheels. I may end up buying a trailer next year if I feel that the buisness is there for me. I just plan on putting a Craftsman or Cub Cadet 42" Zero Turn in the back of my truck. Let me know what you think guys.
Jordan: necessity is the mother of invention ( or something like that ) if you have ambition, do things safely , be honest in your dealings then you should succeed