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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Plant Buyer 83, Oct 4, 2007.
Company just bought a new irrigation truck, figured i share some pictures.
Dude that is the sickest irrigation truck i have ever seen..
can you roll a 255 right up the tail gate?
Just for Irrigation?
What did it set you back if ya dont mind!
where do you put your fittings and tools?
Nice platform...dumb as a brick conformation..I like dry fittings in compartments..unless this rig hauls pipe & trenchers only.
That is what it looks like to me, but none the less it's a great truck (big enough for a crew and don't have to worry about hauling a trailer) and I am sure you can fabricate some nice boxes in the front. The machine and pipe take up 98% of the space anyways. Sweet ride, too bad you guys are getting it at the end of the season.
With compartments, fold downs for assembly, double vise on stern...
would be my dream machine.
That truck looks sweeet.... but at the same time it looks like somebody has a massive payment! Will that tailgate support a skid steer?
I have a similar truck I use for landscaping and irrigation. Works great for installs. Most of the time I don't run more than 2-3 guys on this crew so the jump cab is great for dry storage. It will haul my Cat 248 and Dingo at the same time.
From the looks of it, his payment can't be much more massive then yours Nice truck