Micro-Rigs roof cleaning

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
Its the wave of the future. 27+ mpg is the best.



How much weight will that hold?
 

Squirtgun

New member
I've seen Rog's truck in person.The slide out will hold a decent amount of weight.
I believe he told me 600lbs or so and it doesn't sag when fully extended.
 

RMedbery

banned
I need to take some recent pics. The ones I have were of my original setup. The Ranger is getting better and better. Filled up last night, 27.6 mpg which is surprising as much as Ive been using the AC. With all the weight AND the AC on I almost have to get out and push it. Once up to hwy speeds it can keep it there, just takes a loooooooooooooooong time to get there.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
I need to take some recent pics. The ones I have were of my original setup. The Ranger is getting better and better. Filled up last night, 27.6 mpg which is surprising as much as Ive been using the AC. With all the weight AND the AC on I almost have to get out and push it. Once up to hwy speeds it can keep it there, just takes a loooooooooooooooong time to get there.

Rog , I didnt think we had anything in common. I also drive a ranger since the gas prices went up.

We are currently having a dual axel installed on one.
 

FLORIN

New member
So here I am on a small budget, gotta pay the bills you know! The van was killing me on gas 20 to 50 a day on gas. I guess I have it better than most with that kind of gas bill, but still killing me! I decided to go with a small trailer to put my equipment on to be towed with a smaller V-6 engine! The van is now for sale! Its small but Im already loving this thing! Its all a roofer needs and then some! Kinda reminds me of the Hotwheels Micro Machines in the 80's! I'll do signs next week!



Ohhh, how cute.:)
 

FLORIN

New member
Ohhh, how cute.:)

Just playin. Ive been thinking about getting a smaller setup to use on the 75% of jobs that dont require such a big setup that I have now and using my big rig on the big jobs only. I like that roll out bed idea though.
 
We sold the VAN! Thank god! I picked up a good deal on a 2000 Jeep Cherokee today to tow the mico-rig. When I pulled up to the lot, they were backing it out of the garage, This jeep just got new tires, a brand new a/c system, and paint job. I hope the inline 6 cyl 4.0 will save us a ton on gas! We get to run it up the road about 80 miles to a roof job tomorrow afternoon near Columbia and back 80 miles. I hope it will do us well. I'll post pics tomorrow! I'm shooting for stickers and signs on jeep and trailer next week! Here is a pic from the net.....
 

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I hope you have good luck with the jeep,,every friend or family member that has had a jeep has had lot of problems with them!!!!!!!
 

BUNN

Member
I thought you would never switch from the electric PW to a "gas guzzler", Rog. What made you decide to change?
 
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