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Old 09-11-2015, 01:50 AM   #481
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I've got two that I'm going to be selling soon, 05 2500 express racked and shelved up and ready to roll and a 05 1 ton single axle with a knapheide body
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Old 09-11-2015, 12:52 PM   #482
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I've got two that I'm going to be selling soon, 05 2500 express racked and shelved up and ready to roll and a 05 1 ton single axle with a knapheide body
Oh **** nice! Send me some pics im interested in both ! Especially the knapaheide!!! And when is "soon" for you to sell them ?
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Old 09-11-2015, 01:31 PM   #483
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Are you in l.a?
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Old 09-12-2015, 06:32 PM   #484
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I have one mounted in one of my chevy expresses on the slider door side, has worked flawless for 10 years, Gorlitz brand
So have I they work very well. Consider a completely separate dedicated battery connected to a solar panel on the roof with a solar charge controller. Perfect setup for me.
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Nice setup^^^ so i take it you dont do any drains? And damn id have so much room on my truck without my sewer and drain equipment......but im sure id find a way to somehow fill the truck up to the brim in no time........
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A very wise man once said your either going to do sewer and drain cleaning or plumbing. If you try to do them both- one or the other will suffer.
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A very wise man once said your either going to do sewer and drain cleaning or plumbing. If you try to do them both- one or the other will suffer.
With drain cleaning comes plumbing, and with plumbing comes drain cleaning.

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A wise man once said "Don't get married and don't have kids." So much for listening to the wise.

Around here, 90%'ish plumbers don't do drain cleaning. This leaves a good number of referrals. The Master I work for has a front license plate that says "Love Thy Plumber!" I told him "Sure as Sh!t I do!" I can't tell you how much money I've made off him and other plumbers in referrals just cause they are afraid of poop getting on them. Then again, he makes money off of referrals from me, but I make even more money helping him.

Drain cleaning might not be up everyone's ally, but IMHO, it's the most secure part of the plumbing trade. People will live with a drip if they can't afford a plumber. People will find a way to pay to have a drain cleaned so they can take a dump.
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A very wise man once said your either going to do sewer and drain cleaning or plumbing. If you try to do them both- one or the other will suffer.
That is why we are only doing drain cleaning and it has been good for 63 years. Worked out great here. Not doing any plumbing has not hurt us at all.
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