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Old 04-22-2009, 08:17 PM
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hey guys i helped out my cusins clean out there building today they wanted me to take all the old metal away cause i did it all summer and i gte payed better for it cause i am friends with the local scrap yard owner anyways there was more than i thought but not nearly the load i put on the 2x4 the 2x4 was usually up to the cab with scrap this is a small load









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lets see some pics of other work trucks
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:13 PM
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trailers axles are on the ground. gettin that truck on the trailer took about 3 or 4 hours and getting my truck from there about 100 yards to the road took another 2 hours haha looooong *** day. my buddy owed me bigtime after this
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ill get a pic this week of mine workin]
that scrap is or was good money but dang it can get dirty lol
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ya use to be 100 buck a ton in the summer now its worth 16 bucks it sucks buck its gas money when your in a pitch
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yea i got like 52 for what i had
forgot to get a pic but on a 2200 pound trailer and the maybe 2300 i had my truck pulled it easyy lol
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Ham-Bone, next time get a receiver. That could have easily ripped your bumper off!
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That trailer doesn't look that heavy, but then again neither does mine and it ripped my bumper off... twice.
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My Point exactly.
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That trailer doesn't look that heavy, but then again neither does mine and it ripped my bumper off... twice.
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That was my funny way of backing you up.
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