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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Petr51488, Oct 27, 2008.
And this is how my day ended.
Nice pictures. I like the downtown area that your working in, something about big city's makes it look fun to work in. I thought you weren't gonna be using the DMAX anymore for plow truck since you got the wt GMC for that.
Yea, i like the area too. Sometimes its tough to scrape up the snow cuz so many people walk on it. When did i say i wasnt going to be using the dmax for plowing? Well if did, i didnt mean it lol. I like the d-max cuz its a d-max, tons of power, pretty much effortless plowing, crew cab for drinks, extra clothes, tools, etc, uses far less gass then the 6.0, and i dont reallly want to switch over all the wiring and brackets over to the other truck. And its awesome to work in a fully loaded truck. lol heated seats, navi, leather..everything. What i did notice is that with the heavy plow/engine up front and the weight in the back, the frame flexes a bit and you can tell the doors are out of line. Once the plow is off, and the truck gets back to normal for a few days, they close fine.
yeah it makes sense especially for the long days in the cab during plowing, a fully loaded truck just makes it go a little easier.
Man I love that dump trailer, how do you get the atv out of your truck? Must have ramps I can't see. Trucks are so so..kidding awesome setup!
lol thanks. There are ramps that are under the quad. I have to take the plow off the qaud and take the snowblower off the platform for the atv to come down but that only happens once during a storm. THe platform for the blower stays on thet ruck and the ramps clear it perfectly. I leave the quad off for 3 of the large buildings and drive it to each, and use a snowblower for the other 4 smaller buildings.
I'm in love with your D-Max...I'm wanting to get the Reg cab tho with the D-Max..But who knows got to see how this spring is going to go