The big red beast!

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  1. SlimJim Z71

    SlimJim Z71 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Here's some pics of Bruce's new dump:

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    -Tim
     
  2. Red_Rattler

    Red_Rattler LawnSite Member
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    that will definatly move some major snow, and salt to boot i also love the parking brake "rock under the rear wheel"
     
  3. Ben W

    Ben W LawnSite Member
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    I like it, how much was that thing?
     
  4. plowjockey

    plowjockey LawnSite Senior Member
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    The rock is in case some idiot kid got into the truck and took it out of gear and figured the e-brake out.

    It was reasonable.

    Bruce

    Thanks Tim now it's gonna get the big head. LOL :cool:
     
  5. 75

    75 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I LIKE it! And Bruce, your pics got to me A-OK. I think you've got a good truck there.
     
  6. plowjockey

    plowjockey LawnSite Senior Member
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    Thanks to my wife for putting up with that prima donna beast during the photo shoot. LOL

    Bruce
     
  7. Yardworks

    Yardworks LawnSite Member
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    I like the truck. I only hope that picture was taken last fall before winter. I don't see one indicator that it is winter right now. It almost makes me want to get all my mowers ready.
     
  8. John Allin

    John Allin LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Uhggg.......
    Paint the plow... please !!

    Other than that, looks like a nice plowin' rig...
     
  9. plowjockey

    plowjockey LawnSite Senior Member
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    Absolutely John!

    Bright Western red as soon as I can get it sandblasted and in the paint shop. It goes without saying that the same will be done with the salt unit out back. It is a decent truck and a lot of fun to joke about but in my realm of business (albeit small) it is an investment and now that I have it my job is to go through it and make it presentable as well as reliable.
    As we've said countless times customer perception of your operation is a large determining factor in going for a contract.

    Bruce

    [Edited by plowjockey on 03-08-2001 at 12:27 AM]
     
  10. earth works inc.

    earth works inc. LawnSite Member
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    bruce: when you paint the plow please dont paint it green or blue like some of the ones i have seen around town.

    i have a small sandblaster that hooks up to the compressor. dirty messy job but it works. looks like a beast.

    what if i hook you up with say 20 small driveways in town to backdrag. now wouldnt that be fun. only kidding. i will start looking around huber for a large parking lot.
     

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