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Trade 2000 Isuzu NPR Dump for plow truck

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by prolandscapes, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. prolandscapes

    prolandscapes Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    I have a 2000 Isuzu NPR Diesel truck with a brand new Rugby/Olympic landscapers dump on it. The truck has just over 100,000 miles on it and is worth $20,000 easy. I am looking to get into plowing as we had allot of snow here last winter. Looking for a newer 2000+ 4x4 3/4 ton or bigger truck with complete plow setup. I would prefer ford or dodge diesel. I'm not looking for junk as my truck is in good condition. I can email pics. Call or Email.


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  2. prolandscapes

    prolandscapes Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    Anyone? I will drive halfway across the country if needed.
  3. JohnnyRoyale

    JohnnyRoyale 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,935

    Post some pics. It may help. Good luck.
  4. dfdsuperduty

    dfdsuperduty Senior Member
    Messages: 597

    why not drop a plow on the front and a spreader out back and call it a day?
  5. prolandscapes

    prolandscapes Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    I would put a plow on it but its not a 4 wheel drive rig. I think you definitely should have a 4x4 if your plowing. I will have some pics up soon.
  6. JRSlawn

    JRSlawn Senior Member
    Messages: 347

    If you have some weight in the back you should be fine there is a memeber on here who has a couple of these truck both 2wd and he plows and salt with them all the time.
  7. maelawncare

    maelawncare Senior Member
    Messages: 871

    I have to agree with this. Put some studded snow tires on the back and your good. Just keep some weight back there.

    And try to get lots that are somewhat flat. Stay away from the hilly ones.
  8. prolandscapes

    prolandscapes Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    anyone interested?