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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CollegeMowers, Feb 13, 2013.
hahaha it's gonna be alright
i love my tundra dont get me wrong...but i would never buy that
what about this guy?
I've never seen an axle placed like that on a 3/4 ton. If you want a dump, get a 1 ton so you can have some wiggle room on the load.
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Wow that is the first toyota I have ever seen in my life with duallies is that stock or did someone get creative?
They used to make them for U-Hauls and RV's its not a true dual, more of a spacer.
The F250 would work if its got the 351, I wouldnt want a 460.
That Toyota would work fine for a mowing only route. In the past I have looked but couldn't find one. I would lower the box sides to make it easier to dump bags of grass.
youd be much better off with something like this http://bend.craigslist.org/cto/3566601359.html your going to be limited by weight with the 250 that you posted.
I agree, There are several companies down here that use them. One pulls a 14 foot enclosed trailer daily. They swear by the truck. It looks good also. The fuel mileage might not be what they say but still better than a full size truck. If you did purchase I would make darn good and sure that you watch your weight. We have one tons and have never been pulled over by ODOT but have seen Joe homeowner pulled over because of being significantly overloaded.