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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by RLS24, Jan 21, 2010.
did you make that thing bigger since last year?
No same size I just stack it higher... sad part is still salt from last season (11-12)
This Kodiak unit here could have some major potential.....
you care its not diesel? its a smoking deal though....
its a diesel. I called about it yesterday and got some more info. One owner truck guy used it for his plumbing business. Dealer seem like a real wack job though.
you better buy that thing right away, i bought one this fall with an aluminum box, 4x4 with a 9' boss blade on it for 35k. thats a hell of a deal for a truck that nice
I'd add it, looks sweet.
diesel for that price???? you could easily buy it and sell it for profit.
We'll see about the Kodiak....thats a pretty major purchase. Don't let the nice shop and decent equipment fool you, $25,000 is still a lot of money, especially this time of year with a lot of winter (aka: unknown) ahead and spring advertising and equipment maintenance coming up.
But that hasn't deterred me from making smaller purchases!
Not in my possession yet, driving a couple hours away to pick it up on Wednesday morning. For the price, I absolutely could NOT pass this up! It's a 5x10, 5500lb axle, 5' tong. My "ideal" plan was to turn my current 12' trailer into the landscape crew trailer and then buy a 14' or 16' trailer for the lawn rig, but this came up and for the price (which I will inform every1 of after I go to get it and do the final negotiations) and I just could not pass this up especially with the heavy frame and all the tool boxes.