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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by rcslawncare, Jan 15, 2011.
Dont tint a plow truck ... its a pain in the @$$ at night ... if anything put a flatbed on it ...
yeah no tint!
What kind of deal did you get, how many miles?
I love Red trucks. Looks great.
My new to me one is White instead of Red like my old one.
same here.. it gets so dirty so fast
Thanks guys, I wanted the regular cab not only for the shorter wheelbase, but I like te regular cab better for a regular cab. As for plowing, I haven't been able to push anything significant to tell, but they both have 4:10s. It has 120k on it, but was a one owner, and felt very comfortable with the condition of it. I got it for right under 11k and felt that it was a fair deal. Under trade in value so I jumped on it. Gonna do a full fluid flush in te next couple of weeks front to back so I know it's ready to roll. Thanks for the complements, I'll post more as I add more stuff to it.
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Heres some of the controller. Much easier to use than the handheld with the auto I was doing. Basically a u bolt, double nutted to prevent it form loosening, then velcro and thats how the controller is attached to the bracket. I would like a more permeant way to mount the controller to the bracket, but this should work for now!
good call taking off those terrible running boards. Nice truck
Looks like the plow has 1 new cutting edge and one thats wore out? How well does that work?
Thanks! The running boards were just not my thing, but I can see the benefit. The edges were to show how bad they were, both were replaced, I just didn't bother taking a photo! I doubt it would unhook from the truck with how bad they were!!