The paint is agood idea and always use a scriber to ingrave company name, contact number and company phone/cell number on the eqipment. Keep all model, serial and name brands on a log with you on the truck or in your cell phone. Get these numbers to Law Enforcement as soon as possible! These identifiers are entered into NCIC after being reported to Law Enforcement. This is a national data base that just may help get the equipment located. I can understand Ryob and Homelit in a Pawn shop, but when I see commercial brands Im suspicious. Most Pawn shops pay into Leads on Line inwhich they are supposed to enter equipment coming into their shop with serial numbers...ahh sometimes they may be off a number or letter or two who'd a thunk it. If you catch a theif don't kick a camp fire in his a$$ or make him unload a trailer of mulch (the lazy bastard) just call the police.
2012 Chevy Silverado 3500HD Dump Body
2015 Chevy Silverado 3500HD Z71 LT
Mahindra 3016 shuttle 4x4 tractor
Cargo South 7x16 V Nose
Big Tex 60SP 6.5x16 trailer
John Deere 925aEFI, 920a, 910a(2)
John Deere 7H17/WG32A
Exmark TT x-series
Honda HRC216 (2)
Little Wonder Truck Loader and Optimax 570V
Echo/Stihl handheld service equipment
American Family Ins
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