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    I'll pull him out......but I have had the swinger stuck once too.....
    Columbia City, Indiana

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    Aw....

    But when you put the tracks on the skid-steer it will pull the swinger out of the mud side ways.

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    And dig itself in the ground even deeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swarm_trapper View Post
    hey jim never owned a f-550 but i know quite a few guys that do they love the truck heavy duty can pull like crazy BUT, the fuel milage sucks like 7-9 MPG and they are continuay breaking i know five guys with them and all of them have said that the truck spend more time in the shop than moving bees and very expenive fixes also.
    but that is the fords, i my self am looking at a chevy 550 dont know of any one with those, or the new dodge 550 but i wont be finding any of those used for a while.
    regards Nick
    I have a Dodge 4500 4X4 with 11.5 ft. bed and 4 door (use it mainly for another business), but it is nice for hauling bees. No problems and I get 11 to 12 mpg. 7.5 mpg pulling a 29 ft gooseneck with 10k on it. The dodge and cummins is the best truck hands down if you ask me.

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    .....
    Last edited by heartbeat; 10-30-2008 at 08:40 PM. Reason: wrong thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by moposcar View Post
    I have a Dodge 4500 4X4 with 11.5 ft. bed and 4 door (use it mainly for another business), but it is nice for hauling bees. No problems and I get 11 to 12 mpg. 7.5 mpg pulling a 29 ft gooseneck with 10k on it. The dodge and cummins is the best truck hands down if you ask me.
    Have you had any problems with the particulate filter?

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    Default For the race

    I'll supply the bees for the race. Daddy can be the starter on the Fla side and I'll be here in Ga at the finish line. One Question who supplies the fuel for the race? But you guys are a little late I have most of the ours moved up here already. Maybe we could wait until our watermelon pollenation starts and I'm moving them back to Chiefland. That would give time for the group to gather for the race.

    Now nobody accuse me of trying to get our bees moved for free please. I'm really not that smart.

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    oh I wouldn't think of it.
    I am holding on to the hope I have inside... Kutless

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    Has anyone used Trains to move them? If so what did you save $$$ wise.
    "Where wisdom is called for, force is of little use."
    Herodotus (circa 485-425 BC), Greek Historian

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