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new truck and plow pics, and some old ones too

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by matts lawncare, Dec 24, 2005.

  1. matts lawncare

    matts lawncare Junior Member
    Messages: 16

    here is my new 2500hd, my 03 3500 and our 91 3500, o and thoose world series champs too

    Merry Christmas :drinkup:

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  2. mike_09

    mike_09 Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 74

    nice matt.
     
  3. 2004Z71CC

    2004Z71CC Member
    Messages: 65

    Nice rigs!!!!!!
    How do you like the wings on the western? Does the blade still trip ok with them on?
     
  4. kemmer

    kemmer Senior Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 329

    did you add anything to ur truck like timbrens? how much ballast do you have in the back?
     
  5. matts lawncare

    matts lawncare Junior Member
    Messages: 16

    i havent really used the plow all that much, it still wasnt installed when we got that one decent storm here so i cant give a honest answer on the triping with them on. the bottom of the wing is rubber though so i think that would help give it some give. As for the wings them self i used it for awhile on a storage site and the wing was awsome getting close to the building, also it is unbelivable how easy it is to take though things on and off.

    second question
    no i havent done nething to it yet the truck is sitting stock from factory, didnt crank the torsion bars at all, so i am very happy with the truck from that point because the plow has considerable weight to is. as far as ballast goes there was roughly 10-12 50# bags of salt in the back

    once we finally get some snow up here in chi town i will be happy to give updates, but all in all between the plow itself, the wings, and the backdrag edge i love it