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Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by JMHConstruction, Jun 14, 2020.
One size fits all
Not sure about added insurance costs, but added cost for license plate more than likely.
You can always add a a leaf to rear springs, or get heavier springs.
I don't own a truck with stock rear springs.
Matt added bags to his light 3/4t and didn't work oot so well.
Apples and oranges...
Although very correct... and I have done it for a lot of years... I have come to find that on my company/commercial trucks... I personally attempt to error on the heavy side of things and over plate/ have more truck than you might need... they seem to stay together a bit longer if you are not running at 102% capacity 100% of the time. Just my 2 cents for what they are worth.
(Even though me arguing that side holds water like a screen door on a submarine as I am pretty sure I could give a guy a semi for a work truck and as always... with more space... means you pack more stuff in there)
Fruit salad...… Makes sense after seeing his socks
We should probably get a DOT number discussion going here...
Nah lets not cuz it's lead in to airbrake endorsements….
Don’t you guys want to be safer?
I learned all bout air brakes from Bugs.
Originally I was going to keep it at 10k just to avoid this, but even then with the trailers I'll be over 16k, so I'll have to get it either way.
I thought the DOT number made you look more "professional"?
Safer AND professional!!! Win. Win.