First of all, this is just an idea I'm kicking around, no actual plan to do this for at least a couple of years. I have a '73 F700 single axle grain truck. 361 with a 4 speed/split axle. It has a steel grain body on it. It is the only thing I kept after auctioning off my other farm equipment when I got out of farming. I plan to use the truck for landscaping purposes in the future. And to possibly use the truck for snow removal as I move into that field. Before I get serious about the F700 for snow, I want to get a couple seasons under my belt with my F250. Plus I don't foresee any accounts at first that the F700 would be practical for. Now to the meat and potatoes of this post: The sides of the grain body are removeable. I'd like to add a V-box sander. Reasoning to do this is, the grain body by itself isn't strong enough to hold sand. Second I'd like to add a 10 to 11 foot plow. My biggest concern, and which may ultimately lead to a decision in not doing this is the trucks ability to get around in the snow. Even with a full load of grain on (30,000 lbs)which is overweight by the way, the truck would get stuck. Chains would probably solve this though. Just curious as to what some of you guys think about the feasability of this truck for use in large lots, etc.. As I said before I don't plan on doing this until I'm firmly established, and have some experience under my belt, I've only moved snow with tractors with loaders, and backhoe/front loaders. Thanks in advance.