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Vets Won't Help

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by Snow Encrusted, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. Snow Encrusted

    Snow Encrusted Member
    Messages: 66

    Oh your just to good to answer a post from a newbee, that what makes LOWBALLERS. ...Your a Pro, than show it. Help me be a pro. o
     
  2. grotecguy

    grotecguy Senior Member
    Messages: 148

    Thats a pretty good attitude to have.

    Chill out a bit, you will get much farther that way.

    What can we help you with???
    Mark K
     
  3. The Boss

    The Boss 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,099

    No wonder why nobody will help you.
     
  4. Up North

    Up North Senior Member
    Messages: 921

    Dude, I know you're probably pretty stressed due the baby on the way, but what's the deal? What was the question asked that nobody would chime in on? Personally I miss a ton of posts and don't even know they exist, I assume that others miss posts as well. So don't off the deep end yet...give the guys a chance here.

    Buck
     
  5. snowinjoe

    snowinjoe Senior Member
    Messages: 180

  6. QMVA

    QMVA Senior Member
    Messages: 431

    I hate to tell you this, but for a question like that; why don't you just go to a tire store dosn't matter which one and ask them how big can you go. Then use what they tell you and find a tire you like in the size your truck can handle.
     
  7. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,377

    Why is this under the For Sale forum?

    I didn't answer because I don't own a Ford, so I don't tend to read the Ford forum often.

    All I can advise is this:
    a)For plowing purposes, bigger is not always better.
    b)Larger tires often do not come in load range E or better, so watch carefully.