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Solo operator's ride

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Pearcelawn, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    I have 23 residentials and a small pizza place for the season. This should do the trick!!payup

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    Last edited: Dec 6, 2006
  2. fatboy

    fatboy Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    There's SNO-WAY that you'll have any trouble gettin em done with dat rig!:gunsfiring: ................................
     
  3. jcesar

    jcesar Senior Member
    from Mi
    Messages: 492

    Nice puppy truck:redbounce
    Just kidding.
    Nice rig man:nod:
     
  4. DSLL

    DSLL Senior Member
    Messages: 136

    I would take a smaller truck like that for plowing over a big 1 ton like mine for residentials any day. Now for landscaping...thats a different story. Nice truck, looks good.
     
  5. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    Thanks

    Thanks for the comments. The smaller truck helps in the areas I have that have narrower than normal streets.:nod: Looks like I get to try out the new SnoWay tonight!!! Finally!!!

    Karl
     
  6. Proscapez LLC

    Proscapez LLC Senior Member
    Messages: 293

    That is so cute!
     
  7. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    Cute......hhmmmm. Not exactly what I was going for but if cute gets the job done then cute it is!!!
     
  8. jcesar

    jcesar Senior Member
    from Mi
    Messages: 492

    I will say this.
    Monday night, my buddie's truck dropped the trans. Had to cover his jobs.
    I would have traded you in a hearbeat for that small truck, when it came to his residentials. Holy crap was it a PITA to plow those little drives. No where to turn, or anything!!! But.....I did get er done:salute:
     
  9. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    I used to have a bigger truck. A '84 Chevy with a Meyer's on it. It worked well but the biggest drive I do is about the size of my own (in the background of pic 1) so I think that I will be fine as I have it now. This truck pulled my trailer full of mowers for the summer just fine.
    Sorry about your buddies tranny ,crappy way to start the season.
     
  10. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    Nice looking ride. We at Sno-Way appreciate your business.

    Happy Holidays,
     
  11. DBL

    DBL PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,310

    that is the perfect plow truck small and versitile and itll still push looks like a comfortable ride too have fun
     
  12. J&R Landscaping

    J&R Landscaping PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,202

    Looks nice! Best of luck this season.
     
  13. Stik208

    Stik208 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,316

    Needs timbrens or have the tbars turned up
     
  14. LLM Ann Arbor

    LLM Ann Arbor Senior Member
    Messages: 876

    I disagree....but it could stand some ballast. Turning the T-bars up is asking for trouble in my opinion. Especially since youd have to have the wheels aligned twice a year at 100 a pop and if it bottoms out once in a while, who cares.



    Nice looking rig.
     
  15. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    Truck in naturally higher in the rear. I have 480 lbs. in it already and it only drops about 1inch when I lift the plow. When I tow the trailer loaded with three yards of mulch it still looks high in the rear.

    I do appreciate the comments and suggestion though. Keep 'em coming because I know this is the place to get the best information.
     
  16. hillbillyexpres

    hillbillyexpres Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    im thinkin that truck looks like a minnie me plow truck, however i would love to have one for doing the 5 feet wide and 3 mile long sidewalks at some of the banks i do in the downtown detroit area. i think i might have to get one. nice rig man.:drinkup: :drinkup:
     
  17. Newdude

    Newdude Senior Member
    Messages: 878

    Hey everyone. I am new to plowsite and this is my first post. Hey Pearcelawn, where in Rochester do you live? I live in Webster.



    Mike :)
     
  18. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    Newdude

    Good to see another Rochesterian on here! I am in Irondequoit but I cover Webster and Penfield too with the plowing and lawn care. Maybe we can get together for coffee sometime and compare notes. Good luck this season.

    Karl
     
  19. LLM Ann Arbor

    LLM Ann Arbor Senior Member
    Messages: 876

    Need a driver? :)


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  20. Lawn Enforcer

    Lawn Enforcer Senior Member
    Messages: 569

    Nice plow, is it a 6'8". I hope to get one on my Jeep in a couple years