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  1. #11
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    We haul our sap in a 425 gallon poly tank on a F250 does just fine.

    Sap Hauler
    -1996 Ford F250
    -2003 Yamaha Grizzly 660
    2016 Year:About 925 Taps on 3/16
    2015 Year:About 775 Taps
    2014 Year:About 270 Taps
    2013 Year:About 265 Taps
    2012 Year:About 200 Taps
    2011 Year:About 200 Taps
    2010 Year:About 65 Taps

  2. #12
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    The trailer is the most efficient in terms of weight and space, but I don't have enough room to maneuver my truck with crew cab and full sized bed AND another 8-10' of trailer at a couple of pickups. If I did, that would be the way to go. The payloads of the F250 and the Silverado 2500 HD are looking promising. I'm still doing homework on the Dodge Rams.
    Woodville Maples
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    Something north of 250 taps
    Mix of natural and mechanical vac, S3 Controller from Mountain Maple
    2x6 W.F. Mason with Phaneuf pans
    Deer Run 125 RO
    6 hives of bees
    Keeping the day job until I can start living the dream.

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    Cabot Vermont
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    I haul sap with 2 f250s, they both have 500 gallon poly tanks in them. If it weren't for mud season I would have 735 gallon tanks in them.You know what they say about 3/4 ton trucks, they will handle 3 or 4 tons!!
    Blaisdell's Maple Farm

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