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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Snyder's Lawn Inc, Mar 31, 2014.
Stay away from a 6 litre I had a 2004 F550 and could not sell it fast enough.
Im wanting gas Use it on the farm feed with it during winter time that way I don't worry about the fuel gelling up
What the h_ll Why are you in this trade I be learning your father's trade
lol i know how just trying to get away from that kinda work! he does really good work though
call me thick skulled, but I can't really see the application for these trucks. Perhaps if you did a lot of one day work with several hour drives, but I'd pay for the gas out of pocket not to be packed into a cab with 8 other guys at the end of the day.
Dad did build a four door flat bed truck one time for the oil field. We extended the frame five foot in front of the axle and four foot after the axle it had a fifteen foot flat bed on it. Was pretty cool !!
I can see it Pull cargo trailer full of atvs and take one truck Vs taking 2 rigs
take one everybody splits the fuel