Wrapped Box Truck for 2015! and our other trucks

ksroofs

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do you mean as far as coating? The wood flooring is sealed right now, and we never really had any "leaks or spills" in the other trucks to worry about even though they are coated.. Everything is hard-wired as far as plumbing (roof rig is hooked to water and chem tank- pressure washer is hooked to water tank and a dump line that goes through the floor) And under the roof cleaning hose reel, we have a catch container if you will. About once a year the swivel gets a drip in it and needs to be replaced. This "catch container" is actually just a lid to a large storage tote that we mounted the hose reel in..
 

Vince Wood

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Looks great, all the trucks came out very nice. I'm going to have my next truck wrapped. My next truck is going to be a 2014 or 2015 Dodge 4500 with the 6.4L Gas Hemi in it.
 

BradCarey

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Nice job. Personally I think it hit the right balance of professional yet practical. Id hire that guy!
 

ksroofs

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Thanks Guys! I designed it myself, I wanted it to be simple enough that you see and understand what service it is just by seeing it for a split second, Im very happy with it and can't wait for the weather to break and get it on the road!

The wrap's were about $1500 (notice for the 2 trucks they are only 3/4 wraps). For one of the trucks I knocked off $500 in trade for washing the dryvit sign shop, took me about a hour and thirty min.

Im not sure if that expensive or cheap in your area, but they have been worth every penny spent.. Just the fact that it makes you look as professional as possible.. Not to mention the awareness it gets you in a small-medium sized town.
 

ksroofs

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I really like the chevy truck. They did a great job on all trucks.

Thanks! The chevy truck is actually the best driving as well.. Its a 2wd long bed with the 5.0 v8 before they went to the 5.7. It has a super smooth suspension and it get about 18mpg loaded with the ladders on top!
 

waxman18324

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Thanks! The chevy truck is actually the best driving as well.. Its a 2wd long bed with the 5.0 v8 before they went to the 5.7. It has a super smooth suspension and it get about 18mpg loaded with the ladders on top!

Lee,

The chevy is my favorite as well. I have the same basic truck, with 66,000 original miles. Mine has 4wd and the 5.7 because of the snow we get up here.

Hank
 

ksroofs

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$1500 each? If it was $1500 combined, really great price!!

Yeah $1,500 each, ranger may have been 1200.. one decent job and it paid itself off.. You will find that those are reasonable/inexpensive prices for wraps. Worth every penny though especially when you arrive to large/commercial jobsites
 
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