I still can't believe people with this nonsense of 20 and 25 cuts. I will say that when we do our routes we are seeing a lot and I mean a lot of properties with 3 feet and higher grass.
Some company called me to offer grass cuts. 1 acre for a whopping 35.00. Told them we get 175 for and acre. Silence and then they said that I was wrong with my pricing. Uh no you are the one that is wrong lol.
Why would you take your truck to go scope out a property? I always try and take the jetta (50mpg) or at the very least the jeep (36mpg). Unless you had work along the way in which case you can't really complain.I spent this morning driving about 90 miles to look at some property. At 13 mpg in my 3/4 ton (with a short right leg) it isn't hard to figure out how much it cost in fuel for a round trip.
Sorry GTX, nurumkin wins.Why would you take your truck to go scope out a property? I always try and take the jetta (50mpg) or at the very least the jeep (36mpg). Unless you had work along the way in which case you can't really complain.
Secondly if your 3/4 ton only gets 13mpg it's time to trade. My dodge averages 20mpg dry and 16mpg with a full dump trailer.
Well Chevy makes decent trucks too, as long as it's not a Ford. It's insane how many Fords there are in MN, I know several shops that won't even work on them because it's too much of a PITA.I was thinking that I'll own a dodge the same day the Pope opens his own carwash.
I took my truck because I was hauling a Gator back from an auction and was trying to kill a couple more birds with one stone.