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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by onelegjohn, Sep 8, 2006.
I have never seen one of these. Has anyone else? www.switchngo.com
There are several companies that offer these types of setups. The problem is, is that by the time you pay the money they want for the main unit, and purchase a bed or two, you can buy seperate trucks for about the same amount.
i had a 16' flatbed and a 15 yard container built for our hooklift for about 2500 a piece, one of the greatest purchases i've ever made. id stay away from the switch and go's though, they look very chinsy..