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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by greenworldh20, Jun 28, 2003.
while the labor was driving down the road, they heard a loud 'bang' and this is what happened:
thats what happens when ya try and jump the dirt pile at the job site.
Damn, that looks like it'll cost some money!
Ouch !!! Sorry that happened to you. Looks like when it is intact it would make a nice irrigation setup !!!
How long was the frame cracked for??
Man, did you buy an extended warrenty on the vehicle, maybe can get the repairs done on the drive train??
That's got to hurt. I've seen some U-Haul trucks that split that way. Good thing it didn't cause an accident.
What was the cause, overloaded?
I hope it doesn't cost you that much to repair.
That sucks had this sort of thing happen on a 1 ton dump truck. The frame cracked and then broke on one side we just jacked it up welded it and fish plated it real well, we were lucky the frame wasn't bent.
the body of this particular service vehicle has shown signs of rotting. i just did not know how severe it was. we have no plans of fixing the truck. it is a 1985 chevy box truck. that is the life span of the vehicle.
new is cheaper.
i sure like your logo...thats nice
Looks like you now have a new trailer, cut off the cab and there she goes.... logo for advertising and all.........
thank you for the compliment about my logo...we like them...
as for the trailer...i am not going to do that...i feel 'cheesy' driving around with the 'box' as a 'trailer'.
we acutally stripped the interior of the box today...purchased a used utility body four wheel drive truck from a plumber...it is in decent shape...we stocked it today and it will make $$$ tomorrow.