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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Kennedy Landscaping, Apr 4, 2011.
Don't you hate when those trees jump behind you like that.
why not buy a f250?
I like his f150, i have almost an identical one. Its white with a black out theme, backrack tool box same stuff. But anyway he traded his broken quad straight across for. Sounded like a good deal to me. Then he bought a western uni mount for it and fixed the plow up.
But mines an x-cab SB
Haha yep, I probably wouldnt have hit it if it weren't for the fact that my pile is huge this year so my opening to back in was kinda small. Oh well, could've been worse I suppose.
My 1/2 tons do just fine, both of them have helpers on them, I wouldn't hesitate for one minute to pull a load for a 3/4 ton with either truck. With my 94, I towed a 28ft enclosed trailer 100 miles round trip with my 99 inside of it. Towed it without a sweat and the truck sat level the whole time.
Yup I really like the "blackout" theme I've got going on with my work truck. It gets alot of looks for sure going down the road.
what up freak? nice to see you still moving forward/ i like your truck, for an f150. not a fan of them, cuz they dont cut the mustard for what we do.
Well for some reason LS won't let me upload pictures. So heres some on facebook for you guys. Be sure to like the page while your on there! I've got some more pictures of the trucks on my personal profile.
Nice page man,Hows everything been with you havent talked to you in a long time..
Pretty good, just been busy. Got another trailer about a week ago. Nothing special Just a little 5x8 home made job. It was free, it has 2ft sides on it so I was kinda thinkin about fixing it up and selling it or keeping it and running small loads of mulch or topsoil with it. I normally have alot of people call me to deliver top soil for gardens and such. And the trailer would be perfect for that. Or maybe just keep it for a trash trailer up at the shop. It'll def get painted all black though and probably some fenders to dress it up as well.
Hey thats a cool little trailer,got my 16'ft double axle landscape trailer,with the plywood sides 2'' they stay all year long cant remove,they arent meant too.. and so on got a ladder holder for the left side and right side is trimmer rack holds 1 my srm 261t and got the bigger style cage for the front for 5 gal mix can,hedger,scoop shovel shorter hand tools like that it's all good man lol