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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by cuttin-to-the-Max, Oct 15, 2010.
Awesome job...looks really nice
My gosh dude!!! That thing is a monster!!!!!!! You must be doing massive cleanups. How much did you pay for it and where'd you get it?
No money to be made in fall cleanups around here. The city has vac trucks running non stop. All people have to do halfassed rake the leaves out to curb and the city picks it all up for free. Good deal for homeowners but terrible for lawns guys.
i bought it used from a guy in missouri i have $ 4500.00 in just the vac and about $ 5000.00 in the truck
My dump truck converted to leaf removal rig. I follow with my pickup and enclosed trailer filled to the max with equipment. All the sticks wind up in the bed of the pickup.
Why dont you pull the trailer with that truck?
(thats why most people choose that way to set up their loader.)
I bet some leaves fall back on the hood since that pipe is angles down like that lol but im sure thats int a big deal
Great rigs guys! I only have an F-150 in my second year, and I was wondering if anyone had any clever ideas on how I could make the most out of it for leaf season. Oh...I do pull a 5 X 12 open trailer with it. Thanks a bunch!
Very simple trailer set up with a 18hp BG
09 2500HD, TruckCraft dump, 16hp Giant Vac
sorry about the two sideways pics, i flipped them on my computer but can't get them to post the correct way
Thats a ton of dust! i feel bad for your buddy there (I assume u took the picture)
What happened to the rear drivers side of the truck?