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Trucks seeking snow

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Strictly Snow, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. Strictly Snow

    Strictly Snow Senior Member
    from Oxford
    Messages: 161

    Here are some of the fleet. Missing is my walk crew rig a minivan, 8'x10' trailer, & Honda Rancher w/ 4' blade and snow-ex micro 375 spreader(i will post them later battery's are dead in both from sitting so long)

    The Trucks (4.1).jpg

    The Trucks(.5).jpg

    The Trucks (1.1).jpg
     
  2. pinepointe

    pinepointe Senior Member
    Messages: 102

    Good looking fleet, it would look better making you some payup lol. Good luck finding snow. :waving:
     
  3. lazerslicer

    lazerslicer Member
    Messages: 74

    Very nice im looking to get a dump truck soon..........
     
  4. rfed32

    rfed32 Senior Member
    Messages: 473

    is the white gmc a 1500?? and if so what kind of salt spreader is in the back if that is one
     
  5. Strictly Snow

    Strictly Snow Senior Member
    from Oxford
    Messages: 161

    Yes the white one is a 1500 in name plate only. I had the rear suspension beefed and stronger torsion bars up front. The spreader is the 6' "salt dog" stainless buy "Buyers". I don't really like it I should have gone for the 8' it would have fit the truck better. The truck is a short bed so i thought the 6' is what i needed but it is about 20 inches short of filling up the bed(a large gap between the spreader and front of bed)
     
  6. Strictly Snow

    Strictly Snow Senior Member
    from Oxford
    Messages: 161

    The dump is a 01' duramax C3500 w/9' western pro ultra and central hydro replacement tailgate spreader unstoppable in the snow. i have plowed up 45 degree inclines to stack snow and it just kept on going. i could stack snow as if it were a end loader as long as the ground underneath me was solid enough