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My Truck

zero_turn_freak

LawnSite Member
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio
Heres a few pics, i might get lettering done soon . quality is kinda low, i took the pics on my phone

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zero_turn_freak

zero_turn_freak

LawnSite Member
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio
it has a 5.4
 

mkwl

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
New Jersey
Looks good! Personally, I can't stand the look of the new F150's, but if you like it and the 1/2 ton is enough truck for you, more power to you!
 

Drew Gemma

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Canton Ohio
i hope that fits your work load we out grew a f150 in 2 weeks now we run nothing smaller than a diesel or a v10 gas hog 350 only but other than that white is a great color and the truck looks nice. Some tips since I run fords also watch tie rod ends they are junk and so are all the front end parts ball joints bearings. and I would put helper springs on the rear once you start to tow a trailer the rear end sags.
 
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zero_turn_freak

zero_turn_freak

LawnSite Member
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio
@stuffdeer i bought at an end of the year clearance, about $13000

@mklw, me either, but the price was to good to pass up

@Drew i have noticed the suspension is soft, but i am haluing nothign bigger than a 5x10 w/ a walk behind or 2 on it right now, i am keeping my business small on purpose, i am still in high school.
 

ed2hess

LawnSite Fanatic
Nice truck.....very good for lawn business...it is plenty big and without the high lift of 4x4 you can actually use the truck bed and get stuff in/out from the side. A very sensible buy!!
 
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