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Discussion in 'Seal Coating Forum' started by Pave_A_Lot, Sep 21, 2006.
We might be able to put some sealer down with this eh?
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Very sharp looking rig. There a tailgate on that, or you have to unloadthe crackfiller by hand? Very sweet ride!!!!
cute. is the tank mounted backwards? sorry not trying to be ignorant. just dont know why the lid is so close to the cab of the truck. doesnt make much sense to me.
The lid is mounted so close to the cab because that is the easiest place to get onto while filling the tank
Thanks for everyones comments
how do you keep that thing so clean you should see some on the seal guys i see driving around here their trucks look aweful
we keep all of our equipment clean by having respectful crews that treat everything like it was there own
we take pride in our equipment thats one thing that makes us stand out from the crowed
Absolutely beautiful truck!
I am sure it is a real head tuner
Do you sealcoat residential jobs with this truck or do you have a smaller outfit for that? I would be certainly curious in seeing your smaller outfit. Probably a porsche
Have a great upcoming season!
Sweet ride,Can`t wait till season starts I`m bored
We use it sometimes for Driveways but its mostly on parking lots We have two other smaller rigs we use for driveways
CAN'T WAIT FOR SPRING!
We certainly are looking forward to spring too. Been quite busy over here already.
All the best,