He had it custom ordered with the ball hitch for the goose-neck trailer in the bed, Rhinolined and a new switch hitch for the rear bumper. Only thing left to do is put the snow plow forks from the old truck onto this one.
Yes it does, and yes we do. We just started combining the corn yesterday but the yield sucks because of lack of rain this summer. Especially since we just used the brand new combine and in parts of some fields the monitor was reading 0 bushels per acre. We're averaging at most 120 BPA, but last year it was around 210. Hope the beans do better.
Yeah I have kin in Texas and everyone's grass is brown as far as you can see. Been reading up on the drought. It's bad this year. Northeast isn't as bad but out west is hurting. One of our local farmers only got one yield of corn this year because of the lower rainfall. He usually rotates and gets at least 2 fields/summer. He's irrigated too.
Wow the truck is looking awesome. But dear you are not good in taking pictures. Anyhow i like the color of the drive. Can you please post that how much it costs. I hope you don't mind for this question. Thanks
Wow the truck is looking awesome. But dear you are not good in taking pictures. Anyhow i like the color of the drive. Can you please post that how much it costs. I hope you don't mind for this question. Thanks http://roofrackcity.net.au/
Yeah, and that I suck at taking pictures? It's not my fault my phone only has a 3mp camera on it. Anyways, I really don't know how much the truck was. I'm guessing 30k with the trade-in. And if you read my thread about the combine, I misscalucated it by 50k. That came out to 310k for the combine. It works great though. One harvest and no problems. Most of anyones equipment (no matter how new) breaks down at least once during harvest. Of course It needs a maintenance check every year, but this one is still going strong. Except for the heads binding up, (already bought new ones, both corn and bean head) I'ts an awesome machine.