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Old 06-02-2017, 02:13 PM   #1
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It feels good to schedule time to clean the truck!
The little things I guess.
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Old 06-02-2017, 02:29 PM   #2
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You know, I get jealous when I see all these box trucks. I can only imagine how nice it is to stand up and easily maneuver in the truck. Our company uses a Sierra with a truck cap that only opens in the back. Every time I need fittings or certain tools, I have to crawl over other tools and stuff just to get to it.
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Wife and kid are going to be gone all day tomorrow, I only have one job, so tomorrow is truck cleaning day.

Now, the problem with a box truck is you can fit tons of stuff in them. I have stuff in mine that I probably won't use for two or three years, but if I take it off I'll need it the next day.
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I try and clean it once a week.
The more messy and cluttered my truck is the more stressed I am haha

The box truck can definitely lead too over stocking, I'm trying a more simple approach
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Nice to see you recovered from truck theft Pat
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Nice to see you recovered from truck theft Pat
Thanks Eddy.
Things are on the upswing, April was super slow which hurt after the theft, but things are looking good.
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I never seem to get slow days where I can clean the van🙁. It has been way too messy for a long time now so today after work I spent about 1.5 hours just cleaning most of the trash out of it so I could see some of the floor. I wish I could take a before and after picture but it's too late now. I have a small dodge van where a 10 foot stick of pipe can fit in the back going from top left corner to bottom right corner. I seem to always after maybe a week end up with the back completely filled up 2 feet high. Next week I will make it my mission to actually go through all of it and organize every little thing I have in there. Is there even a box truck where I could comfortably stand up in it, being that I am 6'6" tall?

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1 of 3 trucks all stocked out all-most exactly the same.







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Worked half the day yesterday then I got dragged to a graduation party. Taking two days off from my Master to do my own jobs tomorrow and Tuesday. I can work around my mess for tomorrow, half day planned, so I'll fix it tomorrow night. Full day Tuesday.
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