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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by etwman, Dec 20, 2002.
That flatbed looks to be getting rusty.....
Very impressive and that work is breath taking.
Those job boxes are great for keeping everything secure and out of the elements. how are they setup inside? are there shelves and racks for tools? does it all settle or slide when being lifted onto the truck or do you load it up once its on the truck or just transport the job boxes empty?
You're a piece of work Todd, you really want that flatbed don't you.
Everything is secured with cabinets, tie downs, etc in the job boxes and it lifts up on the trucks fine without anything shifting. They are quite full of equipment for everything you need for hardscape installation.
Where will you be getting the sod for that job???
thats great! and its safer from theft then an enclosed trailer. mostly because it doesnt not have big wheels.
Couple of Project B completed
Couple more of B and the new job box that hit the road today.
We just had another one sign that will be equally as impressive as A & B, if not more. Construction begins on that one late October.
HOLY SH*T! That project looks awesome! Truck box rocks!
That house looks like it should be in a magazine. Your work sets precedents for the industry! Keep up the great work.
Jarrod, did you do the stone facing on the house? If so it looks great! What about the pool too???
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