UTAH TRAILER TOTER
General contractor Jon Tanner, owner of J.M. Tanner Company out of Kaysville, Utah, is a Ford man who just stepped into a 2011 F-350 Crew Cab Lariat 4×4. Tanner is big into towing trailers – skid-steer loaders and dump trailers at work, horse and toy haulers on the weekends. So it’s no surprise his new truck is a long-wheel-base model equipped with 3.55 gears, electric rear locker and a B&W Turnover Ball gooseneck with a companion B&W receiver hitch. His trailers all have back-up cameras and he runs an Edge CTS programmer with monitor “to keep an eye on the 6.7s vitals.”
HD IN FLORIDA
Doug Dabney has about 118,000 miles on his ’08 GMC 2500HD Crew Cab 4×4 that he uses every day overseeing prepping building sites, putting in underground utilities and grading/paving jobs. “I’ve added the grill, AMP Research retractable steps, front leveling kit, Airlift rear air bags controlled inside the cab, Nitto Trail Grappler 35×12.50R17s and a B&W gooseneck hitch,” says the Newberry, Florida, general contractor. The vice president and general manager of Watson Construction Company, which opened in 1972, has 30-plus vehicles in the fleet including four diesel pickups, 14 dump trucks and 10 excavators. What’s he use his HD for on weekends? Towing his Malibu wakeboard boat.
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