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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by grassman177, Jan 26, 2009.
-3 on the way to school with the kids this morning.
how does that peg board work for hanging the hedge trimmers and such on? is it just standered peg or what
I have a quick question, do those kubota's that you run leave marks when you turn, or even when you drive. Mine does, any suggestions
The pegboard works fine as long as you get 1/4" stuff and support it well...
What's the older Ford parked under the car port? Can we get some more pics of that at some point?
I have a 1983 F-250 and a 1986 F-150 that we use strictly for spraying. One has a 200 gallon sprayer and the other a 300 gallon unit. With the addition of the Z-Sprays they are merely nurse tanks in most cases but work well at that.
The 1983 was my first new truck after starting the business in 1981. I bought that "puppy' brand spanking new and it'll most likely be around many more years!!!!
I love the old Fords. Someday I'll have a '77 as a daily driver. I prefer the mid-90's Chevy's for work though.
i plan on more pics for you guys, jsut have to have a break in the weather. it has light snow all day and really cold, so obviously not good for standing around getting good pics. but i will!! i love that old 83 with the 300 gal tank, it is 4x4 and granny low gear stick 4 speed. it is a tank of an old truck and in great shape to work lighter duty(not every day). my everyday truck is a 06 f2504x4 withthe v10. love that engine alot to pull the 22 ft trailer.
nice shop. looks like its a good size
here are the pics