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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by FinerCutslawnCare, Jul 31, 2008.

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    FinerCutslawnCare LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thank you for the heads up Jared!:waving: I will take a peak at it and see what I can find out!
     
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    Picture of the lineup for today. I am kicking around the idea of putting the same wheels and tires on the other truck so everything matches:confused:

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    My newest guy carrying to many bags of mulch at once:hammerhead:

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    Couple pics from today, applying about 2 pallets of mulch.

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    I'm assuming you've found better profits going the bagged route on mulch instead of bulk. Is there any particular aspect thats more efficient for you guys?
     
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    KS_Grasscutter LawnSite Gold Member
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    Did you get rid of both of the older pickups and went to those two new ones or did you keep the others as well?
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    Those trucks are awesome. What made you switch from gas to diesel? I hear a lot of guys switching from diesel to gas but you did the opposite haha!
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    Actually from my supplier it is the same price. I went the bagged route because its easier to carry bags from one tree to another. I would go bulk, but if its the same price its alot easier than shoveling and them hauling to each bed!
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    I kept the older blue 1500 but traded in the 2500 gas truck.
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    To be completely honest, i wasnt impressed with my gas truck (personal) and decided to give diesel a try last year. With the pulling power, resale value and the lifespan i am sold on diesel. Of course that is my personal opinion/preference and everyone is different, but i can promise you this, after owning a diesel i will never switch back to gas for a personal truck.

    One reason i like a diesel is during snow removal. I will have a 9'2" plow on the front, a 300 gallon liquid tank in the back and then a trailer with a skid loader on the back. During those little moments is why i appreciate the power compared to a gas. I hope i answered your question but if you have anymore i am more than happy to answer!
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