Hey guys, so I have been toying around the idea of getting into a hooklift for my landscaping business and to spread into the dumpster world. Doing the market research in the area it seems as though the local companies have a higher profit margin on the smaller scale dumpsters 10-20 yarders. Now my math is based on known dumping fees at the local stations and what these companies are advertising online but if my math is right it seems like there can be good money in this work and it will make my landscape company more versatile, diverse and efficient. Any variables and expenses other than fuel,insurance,registration, dumping fees,repairs i should know about? For example right now I need a dump truck in the worst way the goose neck dumptrailer is not efficient for me anymore and i figure why not get a hook that will accomplish all my dumping tasks and still allow me to branch out into other lines of work which can keep me busy year round. Truck wise i'm between getting and f-550 to f-750 sized truck I just cant find enough information out there to help me make a well educated decision on what would be best. I know bigger hauls more, but with bigger trucks come higher expenses. Repairs cost more, insurance costs more along with registration etc. Any help for someone looking to take an educated leap would be more than appreciated.