I have been looking at the cabover type trucks to add to my "fleet". Right now, I run a 96 ford f-250 turbo diesel with a Bri-Mar Dump isert. I pull a 20 ft enclosed trailer. Problem now is that I don't have much payload capacity at all. I also have a 200 gal spray tank that I put in the dump bed when its time to fert and sqirt. Last week I test drove a 2001 isuzu npr with 285000 miles and they wanted 14000 bucks for it. It did have a brand new 11 ft dump bed on it, which he will put on any similar vehicle for less than 4000 bucks. (they make them custom). While perusing the newspaper this weekend, I happened upon a listing for a 1991 Mitsubishi Fuso with 158000 miles on it... Diesel, intercooler,5 speed. Pretty good shape, excellent tires, etc. Anyway, it has a refrigerated box on it that works. The man who owns it is closing his garden center at the end of the year and needs to clear the lot so everything had to go. I rushed to look at this truck, drove it, and decided to buy it. Im pretty sure I didn't get ripped off since I only paid a total of $1800.00 for it. LOL. Anyway, for the what to do part......The truck is a small gvwr one. 11,600 to be exact. I'm debating whether to put a 10-12 foot dump on it with removable sides so I can slide my spray tank on it when needed and pull the trailer with it, or putting a slightly cheaper landscape body on it and not have to pull the trailer. On one hand, the equipment is in the trailer, dry and relatively secure. Takes more gas this way and not sure if the truck will do it. On the other hand, I can save gas and time by just using the truck with landscape body without the trailer. I am going to sell the dump insert for my pickup because it overloads it too often. by using a landscape bed, if I wanted to haul, I would have to buy a dump trailer. Im leaning more toward the dump option on the mitsu, but at 11600 gvwr(which is still more than my ford) Im not sure Im doing much better. See my dilema? Any thoughts, suggestions, or prior experience would be helpful.