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MoparMan

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I gotcha. I've seen a few of them around here done that way, but it sure does make it harder on everybody involved to do it that way. That's not too bad, I think some of the bigger company's around here are that much, or possibly higher than that. I work for a really small family owned business. We sell it to contractors for $104/yd and $110/yd to your average Joe.
 

zukimaster

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I built my shop in 2001, concrete was 56.00 a yard for the good stuff, man, how stuff just keeps getting higher.
 

Zjman

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I had a tree hanging over my house and it’s pretty damn sketchy and never had anyway to get into cut it down so now that there is access I called my buddy who trims and removes trees on the side and had him remove it 70A012D5-D86E-4A72-8B7D-6F2299CB727A.jpeg A5C805C6-4874-4AD0-B54F-01C70A09CFCA.jpeg
And by gawd another one of those superduty tundras 76909EC9-B4C8-42DD-BD69-5F601CE032BA.jpegB9749BE8-18B3-4E0D-9B45-59F02B6A6912.jpegA2620678-31A9-404C-B59B-A7F4FFA2B0AF.jpeg
My woman thought I was crazy for having it removed but guess I’m not so crazy. Money well spent 4F17934B-DF6B-45D4-8FF1-11E88EE2C0F3.jpeg
Hopefully garage guy shows up next week
 

ridered3

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Hadn't seen a dump trailer with a log/brush lift before so that's a neat setup. Definitely a good call to get rid of that tree before it came down on the house or building.
 

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