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my new truck

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Precision Lawn, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. Precision Lawn

    Precision Lawn Senior Member
    Messages: 334

    Here a pic of my new truck that I just add to my fleet



  2. mrplowdude

    mrplowdude Senior Member
    Messages: 315

    Thats a nice looking rig! Hope it gets a lot of use this winter!
  3. echovalley

    echovalley Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 456

    Looks great:waving:
  4. Antnee77

    Antnee77 PlowSite.com Addict
    from RI
    Messages: 1,056

    Nice truck! What year?
  5. jt5019

    jt5019 Senior Member
    Messages: 853

    Nice... you are gonna move some serious snow with that rig :)
  6. RolyF

    RolyF Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    Awesome setup! But I had to laugh when jt5019 wrote that you are going to move some "serious" snow with that rig. In Maryland??? What you guys call serious snow, in NH we call poor sledding.
    But that brings me to the spreader you've got out back. I have a feeling you make as much money busting ice as you do plowing snow. payup
    What's the weight of the unit empty and full? Do you spread salt, sand or a mix and do you buy it that way or mix it yourself? Is it a stainless unit and if so does your experience say that's the way to go vs. painted steel?
    Thanks for your input.
  7. Precision Lawn

    Precision Lawn Senior Member
    Messages: 334

    True we don't get as much as you do I really don't know what it weight I just we can look it up on western web site i use salt only I think stainless would last long
  8. Yaz

    Yaz PlowSite.com Addict
    from NH
    Messages: 1,061

    I think Maryland may have gotten more snow than us this year.. Let's just say the sledding is not so go lately, our town even bought a snow making machine for Robie park a few years ago! What up with the weather??? I guess just typical NE.
  9. Stark_Enterprises

    Stark_Enterprises Senior Member
    Messages: 316

    As for all dodges especially Cummins.... I LOVE IT....payup :yow!: :bluebounc :redbounce
  10. MD Power Plow

    MD Power Plow Senior Member
    Messages: 151

    Hey Frank sweet ride I gess you me to go out and buy a few more trucks.:drinkup:
  11. Dirt_Werx

    Dirt_Werx Senior Member
    from MASS
    Messages: 129

    that looks excellent, what are the specs on the truck?
  12. Precision Lawn

    Precision Lawn Senior Member
    Messages: 334

    2000 dodge 3500 dually diesel automatic 4 wheel drive
  13. to_buy

    to_buy Senior Member
    Messages: 278

    I use salters like that

    We have a fleet that uses the Air-Flo salt spreaders like the Western. They overload them and don't take care of them, but they still last a long time (because I take of them). You must get it with the Briggs engine.
    Any other questions let me know. to_buy@yahoo.com (plows in subject line)
  14. Dirt_Werx

    Dirt_Werx Senior Member
    from MASS
    Messages: 129

    whatd that sett u back? great truck except i would have looked for a 6 speed tanny, to hold up better to plowing abuse
  15. Antnee77

    Antnee77 PlowSite.com Addict
    from RI
    Messages: 1,056

    Same here. It's a beautiful truck, but the only downside is the tranny. IIRC, 2001 was the first year of the beefed up Auto Trans.
  16. Eyesell

    Eyesell 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,107

    That's probably one of the nicest set-ups I seen on here, I love the big blade and salt box, very nice !!
  17. cattrader

    cattrader Member
    from pa
    Messages: 76

    oh my!! what a nice set up!!
  18. Boast Enterpris

    Boast Enterpris Senior Member
    Messages: 745

  19. Brian Young

    Brian Young PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,394

    Thats some funny sh!t! Yeah a 3 inch snow fall closes down the city. Here 12+ inches and the only thing that shuts down is our city plowing service.:gunsfiring: