Well guys i finally bit the bullet and bought a second rig! UD1400 with a nice locking tunnel box and 14 foot bed! Excited for this build to come together. Anybody selling any extra equipment?
I’m excited to see it. My next one will be similar. My 7x14 enclosed is so hard to work with in the city limits of New Orleans.
I was shooting for a box truck to not show so much of my equipment but the tunnel box will be nice for storing! I feel like the open bed will be much easier to use vs our extended cargo. We will be converting that to a single washer setup
The only issue i see thus far is we dont have much advertising space on this truck. Im looking into a full cab wrap, but that will not be much help for the people behind us on the road!
Weld a sign bracket. Make it happen get creative
+1. I’ve even seen some rigs where they put a sign panel on lift struts, so they could swing up out of the way to access equipment.
Thats a good idea!! Could hide a real or something behind it, slide it up when we get to jobs
All you need is something big enough for a phone number. When you get it built out even an idiot will be able to tell what you do.
show us some more pics from different angles.
ill grab some tomorrow!
Started setting up the rig today, just waiting for the new washers to arrive next week and run some plumbing! Very happy with the lay out so far! One washer will be on each side and diaphragm pump will be in the middle leaving the middle reel for the roof setup!
That will be a nice rig!
We cant wait for the new washers to come in! Very excited to run this build!
Here on out I’ll be using flatbeds. I’m in the process of building an NPR Fiberglas body and it’s been a PITA. Als building out a E 350 with a wood flatbed. That thing is 100 times easy to mount stuff to and drill holes etc.
Speaking of new rigs, how’s the new Allison/predator build working out?
Update- got most of the plumbing done. You cant see it in this picture but the chem tank goes to a T with 2 nipples for down streaming. Pretty much only thing we have left to do is secure down the washers tomorrow (going to be a pain in the a** trying to hold those heavy things up to drill holes in the right spot) and get our whip lines made. Coming together nicely!
That’s an awesome set up. Congratulations