KPM Equipment photos

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Krehling's Prop. Maint., Dec 15, 2007.

  1. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    Heres a couple pics of my rig. shes a little dirty right now.
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    EZ Dumper is gettin a paint job in the spring
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  2. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    and inside the trailer
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    the lazer lockers make loading and unloading super nice
     
  3. Lawn Enforcer

    Lawn Enforcer LawnSite Silver Member
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    Nice looking rig! Did you go to school for welding? I am just wondering, because I would like to do welding on the side of lawn care, you know, for winter besides plowing.
     
  4. MJS

    MJS LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Very nice gear! I like to see trailers with other than green lettering/logos. What are the things running the length of the truck bed?
     
  5. mark_the_psycho

    mark_the_psycho LawnSite Member
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    Nice, I like the trailer rims
     
  6. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    No i didn't go to school for it. I don't do a ton of welding, mostly just docking systems for the river. Contact your local votech school for your county they usually have adult classes.
     
  7. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    Thanks, thats my dump insert.
     
  8. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    Thanks they were only $200 extra for the rims and tires and i kept the originals as spares.
     
  9. TheYardBoys

    TheYardBoys LawnSite Member
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    I agree about the lazer lock. In my oppion its the best thing evented to hold down the mowers. We just put one on our rig and my mower goes no were.
     
  10. Krehling's Prop. Maint.

    Krehling's Prop. Maint. LawnSite Member
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    Heres a picture of one of the ramps we did. sorry about the quality but it was all that i had. We probably did 50+ of these ranging anywhere from 20'-40', with expanded metal, pressure treated plywood, removable pressure treated decking, or removable cedar decking floors. They're super light weight, two guys can carry them around no problem.
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