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Old 07-09-2008, 06:42 PM   #1
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I finally got my new ride fully shelved, inventoried and lettered.
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If anyone wants to post pics of their work truck, please feel free to share in this thread.

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Old 07-09-2008, 06:48 PM   #2
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nice clean truck and tools.....
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Thanks, I try to keep everything fairly clean. Also my business is only a little over a year old, so a lot of the tools are fairly new. The K-60 and cable carriers are hiding behind the big black toolbox, it hasn't got a lot of use yet, so it still looks very nice and shiney.
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:57 PM   #4
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Looks sharp. From a long way, a person can tell its a Plumbing Truck and get the number. WTG!!!!!!!!!!!

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Looks good brother.Only other comment,have you thought about a cage to protect you if you have to stop quickly,you never know,right.
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a cage with plexi over the holes would also be nice so your only heating and cooling the cab makes it much nicer.....
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Doesn't your state require you to post your PC # on the sides of the vechicle? Our state requires it to help people to weed out the real plumbers form the wanna be's. If our plumbing board would step up and do their jobs, If caught doing plumbing some where and your truck is parked out front with no # $1000.00 Fine!
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Doesn't your state require you to post your PC # on the sides of the vechicle? Our state requires it to help people to weed out the real plumbers form the wanna be's. If our plumbing board would step up and do their jobs, If caught doing plumbing some where and your truck is parked out front with no # $1000.00 Fine!

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No it is not required here. I don't know why.
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Great job on the van, it looks professionas and clean. What area of N.C. do you work in? I lived in Fayettville while in the Army. Here's a pic of my workhorse.
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