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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by GLS, Jan 12, 2004.
yea definatly a nice setup Ryan
Nice setup Ryan... Those mowers are nice, especially the ZT
Nice Equipment Ryan! How do you like your E-Z Dumper? What is the capacity? I am considering purchasing one this fall.
trimmerhead - I love the ezdumper. It's worth every penny.
Not sure if you want weight capacity or area, so i'll give you both.
Weight capacity of dumper itself is 3 tons I think. But, the truck can only handle 1.5 tons with dumper in it.
Dumper without sides will hold 2 cu. yds. With my sides on it will hold about 4.5 cu. yds.
What size is your trailer? Very nice stuff. Love the dumper!!
The trailer is a 6x12 and isn't big enough
I bought the 12' to begin with because it was big enough for what I had and anything bigger wouldn't fit in my garage. If I upgraded to a 16' I would have to unload everything at night and keep the trailer outside. What I really need is an enclosed trailer. But, I don't think that's going to happen anytime soon.
I would definitely go with an enclosed trailer. I have a Haulmark that is 8 1/2' by 16' that i will never get rid of. It only costs around $5,400 with the landscapers kit, so if you can afford it get it.
Looks like your set up very nice Ryan. Thanks for the pictures. Very impressive.
Did you make the wooden sides on your ez dumper?
Yes, I made the sides for the dumper PJ.
I can't decide if I want to paint them or not?
What do you guys think? I was considering painting them black but not sure.
man GLS that setup is making me drule, everthing tou did looks so professional especially the sides of the ez dumper