Rig Photos 2009

DynamicDetails

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Local Rite Aid

Lots of damage to this property... I might have a demo to do! Just walked in and told them whats what...lol
 

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DynamicDetails

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More rig pic's

some more rig pic's..i have more i would like to put up. I just have to resize them.
 

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apexpcllc

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This is a new house and roof wash rig im putting together. And picture of my personal rig LOL.
 

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Doug J

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Greg,

Spec/mfg of the burners?

Jonathan,you can get those type reels at janitor supply house, where the carpet cleaners get there equipment.
 

apexpcllc

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Yea instead of buying more tanks for chemicals I just use plastic barrels.
Mark the hole drill it clean out the drum drop the fitting into the barrel roll the barrel around a little till I can stick my finger into the fitting and you got a new tank.
 
Yea instead of buying more tanks for chemicals I just use plastic barrels.
Mark the hole drill it clean out the drum drop the fitting into the barrel roll the barrel around a little till I can stick my finger into the fitting and you got a new tank.
If you use a long rod like a coat hanger and run it from the top down to the bottom of the drilled out hole you can just slide the new fitting right down to it. No rolling and fumbling around to find it. Just a tip! :)
 

Greg Rentschler

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All my goodies are kinda hidden away :rolleyes: I used to really get a kick out of setting up the trailer rigs but from a practical standpoint it just works better for us to be contained in the vehicles (for what we do anyway).

Basically the box truck has two cold water belt drives with a 250 gallon leg tank and delavan chem setup plus all the woodie tools (sanders, cords, ladders, etc..). The gold van has a 10gpm 2 man unit in it with a delavan setup, 210 gallon tank with all the woodie tools and the orange van has a single gun Hot water Landa setup in it with the delavan chem setup and .... yes the woodie tools. We also have a 97' E350 dually box truck and 16' enclosed trailer thats not in use right now. For the most part we keep two guys working per truck and have a seperate slide in skid setup for the F350 or E350 should we need it.

Then in the winter we plow & salt with the F350 and Excursion and run a sidewalk crew out of the box truck with snowblower(s).
 

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DynamicDetails

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More rig pic's

Set up for roof cleaning and building washing
 

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Squirtgun

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Impressive.....

Do you notice anything strange about this 2004 F450?

Have to be honest Tony the fat bottom Fords don't do a thing for me so I rarely pay attention to the details.
I'm hoping to do the 05 grill and headlight upgrade soon omn my 03 F250.
 
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