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Old 10-28-2013, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Krafty View Post
I couldn't agree more. I would give up my personal pickup before I let go of our roll off trucks. We literally use them for every aspect of our business. We even have blank sets of rail made some times and fabricate our own bodies to go on them. Hands down the best move I ever made was switching to a roll off truck.

As for the switch n go however I do disagree. I have been down that road and would not recommend you go with one. Spend the money on a used hook lift or cable style roll off. You can get a flat bed for your equipment, and pallets, and dump boxes for bulk materials. Trucks don't make money when they are sitting in your yard, buy a truck that can be versatile for everything and keep it moving!
What's the difference between a switch n go and a hook lift?
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