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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PR0 TURF, Dec 23, 2008.
this is not a hydroseeder but looks like a 3k gal tank
Thanks for the info guys....I'll let you know what we come up with.
pro turf you should def go with the hooklift. You can buy a dump body the hydroseed body and theres a guy in my area that has a sander body for the winter. 3 trucks in one , that would be awsome. That way when the trucks sitting all winter not seeding you can just roll it off and roll on the sander and then youve got a huge sand/salt truck.
Heres a few links of our truck if you already haven't seen it. We ended up doing the roll off thing, and has worked out awesome. When we first bought the truck, we weren't sure if we could keep it on the road with work, and now it goes out everyday with a different body on it.
Ya, did come off as a nice guy. But now he still owes me $600 on a salt bill from one year ago this week . I "helped him out" once when his salter was down.
^^ isnt that life in a nut shell
what does it tip the scale at when you have the hydroseeder on fully loaded.also does are fine state have you get a tanker endorsement for when you have the tank on?
It looks like for efficiantcy you should go with the hook and go truck, JMO
we have a bowie 1800 with a 60k hooklift on a mack tandem.. my second truck with a hooklift and its well worth the money. i have 30 yard containers that we can fill up with anything. i also bought a 20' storage container, had a hook mounted to it and now we have a mobile container i can move anywhere...
Do you have any pics of your trucks? I am very interested in these since seeing EA Quinn's and doing some research the past few days...thanks in advance!