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Another new guy!!

Discussion in 'Import and Other Trucks (Light Duty)' started by Radguy, Nov 6, 2003.

  1. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    Well I'm new to the pllowing scene. So you guys have any info for me? I'm looking to plow small residential driveways. I just bought a 94 Toyota with a 2002 Fisher minute mount plow 6.5ft. I paid $4,000.00 for it. Not a bad deal huh:cool: Is there anything I can add to the front suspension to stiffen it up a bit, that's fairly inexpensive?

    Well here's a pic with out the plow on. I'll have some more pics this winter.:cool:

  2. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    Well I just found a post about Timbrins...what are they exactly? All they look like is a taller bump stop?:confused:


    Well I just found this site www.timbren.com

    So I now know what they do exacty. Is there another brand or another type of product like this?
    Last edited: Nov 6, 2003
  3. wyldman

    wyldman Member
    Messages: 3,265

    A Timbren is an Aeon rubber spring,to help the suspension deal with the extra load of a snowplow.Do a search on Timbrens,lots to read.
  4. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

  5. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    A new pic with the plow

  6. Terrasnow

    Terrasnow Junior Member
    from NY
    Messages: 18

    Is that a light duty plow for the Toyota, or the standard duty? Do you know the plow model # and/or how much it weighs?
  7. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    I'll get you that info tomorrow:cool:
  8. easthavenplower

    easthavenplower Senior Member
    Messages: 282

    its the light duty plow and yes timbrens are just one big bump stop but their hard as hell so they dont squish like bump stops do they actually work
  9. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    Well we had our first storm 12". Plowed 8 customers plus myself. Works good. I just need to clean the electrical connectors a bit. But all in all a good couple of dayspayup I wouldn't mind having 3-4 more customers thoughpayup :D
  10. thannigan

    thannigan Member
    Messages: 44

    Those are some nice bikes there in the tacoma. Looks like a suzuki 2 stroke? I have a honda 230. How far are you from Newburg NY, or Westchester County?
    I'm just over the border from Port Chester, NY in CT and am always lookin for a new place to ride.
  11. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    Actuall those were my buddies bikes. But I do have a bike, but it's a 2000 R6. And I don't ride it the way it was intended to be ridden:nono:

    ****notice the throttle hand****:D

  12. sammy33

    sammy33 Junior Member
    from montana
    Messages: 1

    Nice Radguy! 4000 G for the truck, not bad. I put a set of Timbrens on my Silverado and found there well worth the money. Ordered them from www.truckspring.com

    KTM owner myself.

    More snow please......

    Great board.
  13. thannigan

    thannigan Member
    Messages: 44

    wow radguy thats awsome:waving:
  14. vector6

    vector6 Senior Member
    Messages: 150

    never mind the throttle... better check that rear tire... looks like it needs about 30 lbs put in it

  15. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    Thanks guys:D

    I run a low air pressure to help keep the side to side wobble to a minimum...I can roll a wheelie to a stop so it has a tendency to fall to the side.

    Wait until you see it on the ice:bluebounc :eek:

    You can check out our site at www.rollinrednecks.com for more cool stuff on bikes:dizzy:

    My son raced a pw50 last year and finished 4th in his class....he'll be running a ktm pro 50cc this spring....those are some awesome bikes!!!
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2003