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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by rusty_keg_3, Jul 4, 2009.
A 1 ton cost a couple grand more. Its a nice truck. The plow is probably what cost alot.
Truck looks good, but you got $****ed on that price! I just priced out the EXACT same truck, with the LT1 package, and got it down to $27,500 WITH an 8'Fisher plow.
Looking sharp though!
It doesn't matter if it's a 1 ton, it's a single rear wheel not dually so the price is almost the same as a 3/4. It is not a couple grand more, more like a couple hundred.
Thanks, I guess I did not know when crapsman began, I do not pay any attention to crapsman
Yea, but he was in high school, and we used to get discounts, because my other brother is an optimotrist, and worked there...
Think about it... $1,000-1,5000 for a 33" Craftsman
A Commercial 33".... $2,000 (used)- 4,000
oh, okay then you good a pretty nice deal
Yea, it still works, and it has LOTS of hours.
then it has served its time and then some
Looks good man. Good luck this year
Yea, as of yesterday, i think its on it has 8 lives left, i think the spindal is bad, maybe, it shakes like crazy...
Thanks man, you to.