Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Residential Snow Removal' started by UsuallyALurker, Sep 20, 2019.
I totally agree.
i would not go plowing for on 1/2 ton there made like crap
What if I was to tell you that you could get a plow made from plywood on Craigs list?
Shirley if a car can plow snow a 1/2 ton can handle the task with ease
Who said that thing would actually plow snow?
Probably plows better than a front bumper and grill...
I beg to differ. I have video. Can Mr Craigslist say that? Didnt think so.
Pfft. Never trust a salesman.
There a lot of 1/2t pickups used for plowing commercially, along with Jeeps, Broncos and K-5's.
Yeah ok the newer stuff are over priced crap
Price is driven by snow flakes, when I started driving (legally) new vehicle's came with the basics and fluffy options like power steering, power brakes, AC, cloth seats, power windows and FM radios with 8 tracks were add on's. All that fluff is not needed but as a society they have become standard equipment in a general sense. The blame isn't on the MFR is on the consumer.
I thought when you started driving you had to hand crank the engines from the front and air conditioning was because windows for cars weren't invented yet....no???
No hand cranks.....Use to drive a '46 Chevy pickup on the dairy I worked on when I was a kid.
Started pedal on the floor, E brake was a lever on the floor and Ac was provided by cranking opening up the windshield
The 1st vehicle I owned (it was a few years before I got a driver's license) was a '48 GMC. It was formerly a bell telephone pickup. Pretty much the same scenario, but the windshield didn't open.
It did however have intermittent windshield wipers (vacuum).
Nope. You could control the wipers by letting up on the throttle.
Guess I should have put in my post