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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by shawn1565, Jan 30, 2011.
yea i found that out the hard way i put a dent in my old trucks bumper now i have a longer hitch!!!!!
hey every sorry i haven't been on lately iv been doing some side work just to get through the winter also thanks for all the input every one. Iv finally got some more pics to up load ill have more to come within the next week and the lattest up dates i have is i traded the chevy in on a 2012 dodge ram 2500 with a boss v plow i endedup with 52 customers this year not bad for only my second full time year. im also in the proses of getting a skid steer and a equipment trailer. Heres some from fall clean up time and making room at our dump sight..
1998 Dodge Ram 1500 w/ Boss V-plow
2012 Dodge Ram 2500 w/ Boss V-plow
Polaris Ranger 6x6 w/6 foot plow
6x12 dump trailer
5x8 dump trailer
6x12 landscape trailer
2) 52'' toro z-turn
32'' toro walk behind
42'' john deere rider
Stihl/ kawasaki/ Echo power equipment
3 push mowers
lots of hand tools
polaris ranger 6x6 w/ 6 foot plow
so i for got to update every one how the season ended up i ended up with 52 customer thats not including all the brush work or storm clean ups either. i traded the chevy in an go a 2012 dodge ram 2500w/ boss v plow. Im looking to get a skid steer this year an a chipper due to we seem to do alot More brush an tree work lately.
Looking good, why did you trade the Chevy in ?
heres another tree clean up we did from the hurricane..
i traded the chevy in for two reasons, dodge was runing a good seal at the time i got $6000 off an the chevy had issues with the trany when towing. i took it to the dealer and they said it was normal shifting but when towing at 50 mph it shouldint down shift outta no wears an red line!!
That makes sense and I think you're right about it down shifting outta no wear.
How did you like the Wrangler AT/S's on the ford you sold?