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been doing some landscape work for my girlfriends grand parents, and this is what 1400lbs of 5/8th gravel looks like. still drove fine but my poor leafs were crying.

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what we had done at the beginning of the day.
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sorry for the cell pics all I had on me at the time.
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Damn dude... The landscaping looks good
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Nice to see a Ranger gettin it done!
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outch mikey! where was brendon's fiddy when you needed it! or at least a trailer! lol.


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I have a truck I might as well use it like one. the 150's to tall to shovel in and out of. hauled away just as much weight with the old grass leaving to. truck is getting a good work out, altough I wish I had K leafs instead of my C for this sort of stuff.
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f150?
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f150?
My buddy Brendon (A-little-edgey) has a 150. but it has a tunno cover, and it is his.
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I have a truck I might as well use it like one. the 150's to tall to shovel in and out of. hauled away just as much weight with the old grass leaving to. truck is getting a good work out, altough I wish I had K leafs instead of my C for this sort of stuff.
Why would you want the weaker K leafs for loads??? Easier to hit bumpstops? lol.
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Why would you want the weaker K leafs for loads??? Easier to hit bumpstops? lol.
sorry got that backward I have K's I want C's.
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