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I just want it to run!:laughing:
 

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Vans offer the benefit of storage inside out of the elements and out of sight plus they have more billboard " space to advertise your name. The disadvantage is limited hauling space for large items. Four wheel drive vans are rare. Also you have limited seating in a van.
Trucks are easy to get in four wheel drive ,crew cabs for personnel and side bins or topper for storage although toppers have disadvantages as far as head room. without a topper anything in the bed becomes fair game for thieves. Plus if material will get wet that is bothersome when you have 100 PVC couplings all over the bed because the b ox got wet.
 

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Neither, box truck makes the most sense. When you factor in gas mileage, advertising space, inventory, and labor cost for extra trips to supply houses a box truck makes by far the most sense when you plug it all in.
 

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Vans offer the benefit of storage inside out of the elements and out of sight plus they have more billboard " space to advertise your name. The disadvantage is limited hauling space for large items. Four wheel drive vans are rare. Also you have limited seating in a van.
Plus, when you roll it over all the material stays inside and you don't have to pick it all up off the ground.


Trucks are easy to get in four wheel drive ,crew cabs for personnel and side bins or topper for storage although toppers have disadvantages as far as head room. without a topper anything in the bed becomes fair game for thieves. Plus if material will get wet that is bothersome when you have 100 PVC couplings all over the bed because the b ox got wet.
Plus, when you roll it over, material goes everywhere. It's a real mess.







Vans are better.


















Oh yeah, I prefer grounds up, Chevy, Sq D, no tool pouch, and I don't do residential.
 

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I don't care who you are...that's funny right there.:lol::lol::lol:
We've all seen the pictures of the crack dens he works in
 

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Get a utility truck with a Hackney utility box on the back.:thumbsup:
I think just about everyone drools over those things!:thumbup:
 

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Neither, box truck makes the most sense. When you factor in gas mileage, advertising space, inventory, and labor cost for extra trips to supply houses a box truck makes by far the most sense when you plug it all in.
What ever happened to the update picks of your box van all set up and lettered?
 

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Get a utility truck with a Hackney utility box on the back.:thumbsup:
Meh, would suck digging into those boxes when it is raining or snowing out. I would rather have a van or box truck personally. Plus, vans be cheaper. :laughing:
 
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