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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PR0 TURF, Dec 23, 2008.
My thoughts exactly
Just a few thoughts from when we were searching for a truck.... Based on the research we did ( and this was 5 years or so ago, so this may have changed), but hooklifts typically had a higher dump angle which was a huge plus, but the roll-offs had higher capacity for carrying/winching weight. Some roll off trucks now have hydraulic/manual dovetails that fold under, so when you are hauling dirt/stone/mulch etc. you can get a high dump angle like the hooklifts.
Have that loader that we bought a few weeks ago all finished up...here are a couple of Before pics of the machine...
Here is the finish product...
Awesome work!!!!!That really looks good.
Wow looks amazing honestly if it had new tires not sure you could tell it wasn't new.
Looks great did you keep the other 2 loaders.
We sold both of the Trojans a few months ago...they did the job but it was time to upgrade to something a little newer & nicer
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Great man it may have been asked earlier in thread but do you have a in house paint and body man? Your work and business is very inspiring!
Looks really great man! I think you said you guys were doing that yourselves? What kind of paint did you use? Did you use air guns? Did you sandblast it or how did you get the old finish off? Did you use someone else's equipment to do that or did you have the stuff? Sorry for all the ??'s, just a curious guy lol. Looks awesome as always!