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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by LandFakers, Apr 2, 2013.
Nice looking rigs, I need to remember my camera one day
Tried and true truck.
Yes it is. How many miles? They don't make them like that anymore. Those and the 80's Chevy's, no fancy stuff, just 1 rock solid truck made to work, and easy to work on.
178,000 on the original 318 v8 and 3 speed trans. I love the truck but hope to replace it soon with a 3/4 or 1 ton. It normally has 2 WB's and a Vride on the trailer but that day we were doing bed work so we had mulch.
I respect the hell out of this, this is called working for a living, keep going man!
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Usually either being towed by the '99 Chevy 2500 or the '01 F250. I have another hand plower holder and a backpacl blower holder on order that still need to go on the trailer as well as a hand tool rack that needs to be put on.
Some of the new gear...
...and some of the old. This is a 1974 Troy-Bilt "Horse" model tiller that my Dad gave me, all original (even the tires, lol!) and pretty well indestructable! I just used it on Saturday for a lawn rehab/seed application.
Building racks for tools and my back pack as we speak.