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Old 12-13-2019, 05:15 PM   #1
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Former government van, 2013 super low klm, pretty stoaked about it
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Old 12-13-2019, 05:20 PM   #2
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Nice truck bud.. congrats looking for same kind of thing myself..
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Nice truck bud.. congrats looking for same kind of thing myself..
Got it in toronto.
Theres another thats the exact same with 7,000 clicks on it.
I took the one with 27.
No rust good shape
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Oh yea what's the name of the place
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Short of long wheelbase?
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Short of long wheelbase?
Ended up going for the short, long is going to be a pain for tight parking lots an downtown.
Pipe will extend into cab area on floor..not a big deal.
Rather have double barn doors
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
Mine was a former AT&T van I purchased from a broker. I saw them using a power washer to clean the back of the vans out which will soak the insulation below the liner. I kept the windows cracked for a few days and also always drove with the windows down until it dried out. Going to be tough for you to air it out in Canada winter time.
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
Mine was a former AT&T van I purchased from a broker. I saw them using a power washer to clean the back of the vans out which will soak the insulation below the liner. I kept the windows cracked for a few days and also always drove with the windows down until it dried out. Going to be tough for you to air it out in Canada winter time.
Hope thats the case, ill pull some up an put a heater an fan in it tomorow.
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