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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by stuvecorp, Oct 24, 2012.
I will keep trying
BHP staphanian 082
no go, try photobucket
Keep trying David, we want to see your ride.
There are 2 ways too post pics. You can upload them to the lawnsite server or link them from an outside host like photo bucket.
There is a manage attachemnts yellow bar that is below the box you type in when posting messages. Click on it and another window will appear and you can upload your pic from your pc.
Or click on the little picture icon above and copy and past the url from where the photo is hosted. Cannot be hosted on your computer.
I too was looking at the low pro/444e trucks. The DT466 is leaps and bounds ahead in my book. All of our smaller trucks are automatics but I seem to like the manual in the medium duty units.
My single axle is a DT 530 and thats slow when loaded. The 444 would be out of the running for me.
Even as a low pro, day to day, move the skid, get a couple yards of sand or rca truck? We all know to really haul heavy you need a heavy truck
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The 444 is basically the 7.3 powerstroke. I couldn't imagine trying to haul around the weight of that truck, plus trailer, plus 7 ton excavator with a 7.3. But you do live in an area with minimal hills so you may feel it's okay. You won't be getting many speeding ticket that's for sure.
I would try and find a 33K with an L-10 or M-11 with a 9 speed or maybe an auto if you can find one. More is almost always better, especially in this case.