New Beginning's - ARPI photo tour

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by ARP, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. curtisfarmer

    curtisfarmer LawnSite Senior Member
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    ARP has ridden in my F450 6.4 dump...so at least he know what its like. If he is into fat chicks, this is the truck to transport....and dump them off:laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
  2. Junior M

    Junior M LawnSite Fanatic
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    It'd be an even better bonus if they were fat and homeless! That way you could dump them off anywhere you want.. :laugh:
     
  3. ARP

    ARP LawnSite Bronze Member
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    bobcat_mans185- I have some ROW work coming up, but so far I have been getting into other projects that will lead to a more diverse skill set for my company as well as more exposure with the public.

    I looked at that truck- very similar but the tubular running boards gave it away. I feel pretty bad for whoever got my old truck.

    Nedly- Tell me about it! I'm starting to toy with getting a triaxle to tow an upcoming tag as well as to help me start moving materials for a material yard I'm trying to set up. Plus, there's still the fact I could fit both machines on a 25-30 ton tag, and get better mileage towing them to the site then what I get now just towing one machine (5-6mpg :dizzy:).

    Curtis- glad to see you haven't lost your sense of humor! How's it going up there in the granite state land?
     
  4. stuvecorp

    stuvecorp LawnSite Fanatic
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    Big tip - the 550 sits up higher so you don't have to worry since they can't get up and in.:nono::)

    Andrew, hauled in 75 yards of black dirt today(in the rain even:hammerhead:)
     
  5. hvy 1ton

    hvy 1ton LawnSite Senior Member
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    I vote for a tractor. A very smart man once told me, "The simplicity of the 5th wheel is the basis of its versatility." I was talking about how a hooklift would be the perfect do-all for a small company. I've started agreeing with him on this. With a tub end dump and fixed-neck lowboy you can cover most hauling situations. I say start with a 2 axle W900B and 25 ton single drop lowboy.

    Can anyone tell it's finals week?
     
  6. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    Pretty good! have a few big things brewing tht could put me at the point to quit the police dept and run my company full time!:clapping:
     
  7. tmf lawn care

    tmf lawn care LawnSite Senior Member
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    good to heard kriazy :weightlifter:
     
  8. bobcat_manS185

    bobcat_manS185 LawnSite Member
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    you should get a tri axle with a pintle setup and get a 25 ton equipment trailer. (not that my opinion really matters :laugh:) but that'd be a sweet setup and you could definitely haul those 2 pieces of machinery with that.
     
  9. curtisfarmer

    curtisfarmer LawnSite Senior Member
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    Bigger trailer....bigger chicks:waving:
     
  10. coopers

    coopers LawnSite Bronze Member
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    hhhmmm, I don't know about this statement. I'd prefer bigger parts rather than bigger chicks.
     

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