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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by getthenet, Dec 16, 2007.
Lets See Some Of Your Favorite Pics!
Here It Is Before
Can you explain why that is your favorite winter picture??
*oh, ok, I sorta get it.
It Was Started When It Was Still Cold.
Here Is This Winters Work
Is that your yellow GMC? Looks like a gas engine?
What is the width and length of that bed? I'm looking at doing the same thing to my Chevy though its not a 3500, its a 2500.
Yellow Gmc Is An 8.1 Liter 502 V8. Bed Is 12' By 8' . Only Problem Is It Is Not A Dump. I Just Got That This Year And It Has Been A Real Lifesaver.
Just a guess here, but I'll bet those two guys enjoy a beer now and again.
You can convert to a dump for about $1,000.
I Would Convert For $1000 Quickly. I Don't Know Anyone Around Here To Do That. I Know A New Bed And Hydrolics Is Over $4000 On A 12' Bed. I Like The Tool Boxes Under The Bed Also. That Truck Had 50000 Miles On It And We Gave Around 14000 For It. It Is Also Push Button 4 Wheel Drive Which I Needed To Get Out Of That Picture. Duallys Don't Do Well Where It Is Slick.