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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by tiedeman, Sep 4, 2003.
what do they charge to do repairs like that on a dump truck?
No, I mean I know the mechanics, much better deals than the Service Manager will give you
about the same, some parts are eaiser for them because they can just lift the dump bed up to do ujoints, exhaust, and such, but it evens out because they need a bigger hoist than the average one that some places have.
anyone been seeing any dollar spot lately......Alot of our lawns have it.
We have went through about 2 cases of T-storm in the last 2 weeks
My brother in law is a truck mechanic. He was Backer's mechanic for almost 10 years and now does work from home. He is generally cheaper than most shops. He is in the 8 Mile & Schoenherr area. PM me for contact info.
I am looking for a place this fall to dump leaves near the Rochester Hills area. If possible, for free. Any ideas?
Hey Shrub, There's a place on Auburn Road, it's not free but will take leaves and other stuff. It's on Auburn before Opdyke and it's called State Crushing or State Landscape Supplies. $10 yard for leaves.
Here is my new truck...Ta-da! Gone is the 99 F350 reg. cab, 5.4L and in is the '03 F250 Supercab V10.
looks sweet...how much if you dont mind me asking?
now all you need is vinyl signs from tony (AMW). he does awesome work...
are those weeds by the small yard fence? just kidding..
Man I'm fed up with my V10, especially pulling a trailer. It goes through gas like a fat kid and a box of twinkies. What made you chose gas over diesel?