I know it really doesn't belong here, but since there isn't much going on in this regular cab forum I thought I'd post it anyway. I've had this SuperDuty kicking around for a while so I thought I'd turn it into a dump truck. It was a box truck with blownup ZF 6 speed in it and I bought it for cheap. So I rebuilt the ZF and put a dual disk clutch in it first. Then I ended up trading the box off it to a guy at work for a 1949 2.5 ton GMC. I've had a dump flat bed sitting out back that came from a wrecked truck I parted out and I decided to throw that on the truck. Eventually it'll end up as an actual dump bed with sides on it.
The weather was good so I decided it was time to set the bed on. Was going to use the crane on the service truck and then realized I forgot the 4 chain bridle at work and I was too lazy to drive back and grab it so I just used the backhoe.
20190428_174400 by Patrick Oilnut, on Flickr
The bed is mounted on a subframe that had a bunch of brackets that were all bent up from the crash the parts truck was in which is why the deck sits fairly high. I cut all the old brackets off and it's close to sitting flat on the frame here. Just need to do some clean up grinding and then start welding new brackets on.