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Our Company motto is "OF COURSE WE CAN".

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Looks ready for a service call in Northern Indiana. [Linked Image]
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I gotta ask...

Does that truck actually get Negative MPG with that plow attached?

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did you install a salt spreader on the back of the your van? [Linked Image]


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Next thing, the employees will be moonlighting weekends grading driveways.


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......or backfilling trenches.

can't say I've ever seen one of those rigs before, does that setup actually work ?


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Does that truck actually get Negative MPG with that plow attached?
That's what I want, a car where the tank slowly fills up as I drive it. *grin*

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Either that van is a 4x4 in disguise or its used to plow real light snow.
Can't see how a regular rear-drive would be up to pushing a plow.

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A.D. Gets the prize, I was just having some fun.

I just parked real close to a customers plow. laugh

I really took the picture to have fun with my boss and the companies "Of Course We Can" Motto.

The truck has a 10,000 GVWR and could handle the plow but without all wheel drive would need tire chains to be remotely effective.

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The Chevy Express 1500 is available w/ all wheel drive, add a set of Blizzaks and you should be able to handle plow duty smile

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