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I just got 2003 NPR dump. What next?

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by kopernik11, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. kopernik11

    kopernik11 Junior Member
    from chicago
    Messages: 1

    Hello . First of all thank you for taking time helping me. I got 2003 NPR diesel for my construction business . Winter is always slow for construction so i am trying to figure out if snow plowing will be a option for me since i aready have truck. Was planing to work for some one . My question is .
    1.NPR 2wd dump any good for the business?
    2. What kind of plow i need it?(brand , size , etc..)
    3 How about salter for extra weight and money return?
    4 What other options/add on i should consider?
  2. superdog1

    superdog1 Senior Member
    Messages: 257

    You will find that a lot of your questions have been asked and answered before. Use the search option and get some of your answers right away.:)

    You can run a 2WD truck to plow. It will just require a LOT of weight in the back. You also may end up getting stuck in the pile a little more often?
    That is a question that only you can really answer? How big are the lots you will be doing, how much $$ do you want to spend?
    Here again, without knowing your market and the types of areas you plow, it is hard to answer? It is a great way to add weight, but makes no sense if none of your contracts require you to salt?
    There are quite a few threads about what guys/gals carry with them while plowing. Other than that, the plow and salter are really the only things you will need?