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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by iski3d, Nov 28, 2002.
Will soon post more pics of trailer and equipment.
Ok I just posted a bunch more pics of my trailer and equipment on my webshots site.
Nice rig. What do you guys with enclosed trailers do with your clippings?
do you have a lift kit on that truck also how did you go about painting the inside of the grill
I generally leave the clippings somewhere on the property (with permission) or if i cant i leave them in the ultravac. yes the truck has a "jack-it" leveling kit in then front with a 4" block and add-a-leaf in the rear. the tires are 35" bfg's. I painted the grill with spraypaint, just taped it off first, took a lil while, did a few coats of paint.
Nice photos and truck. I wish I could keep mine that clean and waxed.
Nice truck, Just wondering, what are the three toggle switches mounted ower right of steering wheel??
I am always interested in how different people set up the inside of their cabs.
What size trailer is that? Do you have to take off the vac to fit in?
The toggle switches are for six hide-a-way strobes. one turns the back ones on, one the fronts, and one switches the flash pattern. I have two more of those switches on the left side of the wheel for fog lights and rear spot lights. The trailer is a 6x14 carmate. Yes I have to take the vac itself off to fit it in the trailer. I dont have to take the bags off, however. The vac slips off really easy just take the belt off and lift it off. The mower just barely fits in the trailer maybe 1.5 inches max on each side.