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Dodge 1 ton 4x4 9' fisher plow and dump

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1979 Dodge 1 ton ,scratchbuilt rear frame,dump box,9'fisher plow,wired and light weathering,plowing next to the "shop" thanks for looking ......Todd

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That's utterly sweet very nice work. How'd you do the plow?

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That's utterly sweet very nice work. How'd you do the plow?

Thanks man, the blade is patterned after a real 9' fisher this was an actual truck I used to own,I took measurements and built it from evergreen plastic,and the moldboard skin is a piece of aluminum coke can....

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Nice job on that truck, looks like it is weathered properly and ready for winter!

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Thanks man, the blade is patterned after a real 9' fisher this was an actual truck I used to own,I took measurements and built it from evergreen plastic,and the moldboard skin is a piece of aluminum coke can....

Thanks. I'd like to do a Dodge Fisher edition truck.

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Nice job!

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I like it, when I did my plow truck I had to give up on the soda can, I couldn't get any glue to stick to it.

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I like it, when I did my plow truck I had to give up on the soda can, I couldn't get any glue to stick to it.

Thanks ,I know what you mean,I had to build the whole frame then clamp it and pray,next one i'm usig all plastic,I have a set of those rims on the old mpc dodge powerwagon like you used on your ford{outstanding by the way}but I have never been satisfied with the tires and wheels on mine, do you know of any tires like the old 7.50-16,s on early 70's fords? Todd

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Thanks ,I know what you mean,I had to build the whole frame then clamp it and pray,next one i'm usig all plastic,I have a set of those rims on the old mpc dodge powerwagon like you used on your ford{outstanding by the way}but I have never been satisfied with the tires and wheels on mine, do you know of any tires like the old 7.50-16,s on early 70's fords? Todd

No I don't, I cut the centers out of the dodge rims, and the rings off of a set of monogram jeep rims, and glued them up. American satco used to make a tire they called a one ton tire, it fit monogram rims and was a lot narrower and about the same hight as the wranglers. I hope this helps.

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WOW!!

WOW!!

WOW!!!

Great looking Plow Truck.

Plow looks Great.

Dump box looks Great.

Great

Great Great..

Excellent work and welcome aboard...

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I'm with the Zukester on this one too! WOW! I LIKE it! The weatherings nice on it too! GREAT job!:lol:B):lol:

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Awesome, great job on both the truck and the plow!

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Nice plow truck

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Nice build, looks like a lot of the trucks I used to see running around here.

Charlie Larkin

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