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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by FerrisDiesel, Oct 8, 2012.
Ummm...off the internet, lol. I'll have to check my browser history on my other computer.
Here you go. Scroll down a bit for the Dump Master Combo Series.
http://www.dktrailers.com/trailers/Mini Series Dump Box& Dump Master series/index.html#
I called this company today and talked to the owner, he said the green dump master as it sits was $9,500.00 and just guessing he said prob another 2-3,000.00 to make it an enclosed trailer and not an open trailer........$9,500.00 doesn't sound that bad, does it?
Not really considering I paid over $6k for a 7 x 12 bumper hitch dump trailer in 2006.
I guess the only bad part is........he's in Nebraska. What would the freight be to ship that to Rhode Island lol
Just haul it yourself and find a load coming out this way to defray the costs.
There's probably somewhere closer to get one.
Check uShip.com for a quote.
Performance Trailer has built a few open utility trailers with side dumps on the front
For $9,500 you could buy yourself a nice used 1-ton pickup to put your dump insert in AND have enough money left over for a leaf loader to mount to the back of it to suck the grass up from your walkers.
I have been thinking about that too....here is what I have come up with:
I'm a solo operation, and I mow 2-3 days a weeks as a part time job. I'm almost at the cusp where I could hire someone to help, but with my other job not quite yet.
The whole purpose of me setting up a trailer like this is so I don't have to spend the money on another truck, another registration, insurance, and maintenance, not to mention a place to keep my truck and trailer. ( I'm running out of room at my house.) At the end of the night, unhitch and I have my truck back.
That's my dilema, my 5 year plan was to have a dump truck paid for in cash, an employee and about 60 - 100 accounts.