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Old 11-22-2002, 11:36 AM
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Guy's, check out www.turnoverball.com . I am a dealer for them and I sell alot of those beds. They are real lookers. And they have a great built in bale mover.
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Luke, I checked out the web site. Looks like good, quality products. Liked the bale mover. Also glad to see you are a sponsor of the PBR. Just happens to be one of my favorite sports. Speaking of which , it is on the OLN right now from Uncasville CT. so I have to check out. Take care.
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Cattle Hauler when they put your deck on the frame did they use the original 4 front box saddles or did they mount it on the frame like on a cab and chassis with a spacer for the difference of drop in frame? PK
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http://www.turbodieselregister.com/u...mp;albumid=269 HERE ARE A FEW SHOTS OF WHAT I DID TO MY FLATBED. YOUR RIGHT THEY ARE SOOOO MUCH EASIER TO WORK WITH. ET
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Old 11-30-2002, 11:23 PM
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What brand of yellow oval turn lights did you use, and do you have any idea how much heavier the deck is than the box.PK
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RICKI, I SENT YOU A MESSAGE ABOUT THE LIGHTS BUT I'LL SHARE WHAT I KNOW HERE TOO. THEY WERE $22 AT A TRUCKSTOP IN IOWA. I CHECKED BACK THIS FALL WHEN I WENT BY THERE AND THEY QUIT CARRIING THAT BRAND. THEY DID START CARRIING THE PETERSON BRAND WICH IS $39. TRY DUKES A&W IN LOUISVILLE 502 961 0903 THEY HAVE SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR BUT THE BEST ONES ARE AROUND THE TRUCK SHOW IN MARCH.
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[quote author=Luke S link=board=11;threadid=6891;start=30#71118 date=1037986587]<br>Guy's, check out www.turnoverball.com . I am a dealer for them and I sell alot of those beds. They are real lookers. And they have a great built in bale mover.<br>[/quote]<br><br><br>You beat me to it. I am an installer. We carry alot of the B&amp;W stuff at work. I just can't convince my boss to have a bed shipped up to Washington State to have put on his f*rd. Right now we just carry the Logan Coach truck beds.
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Logan coach makes truck beds ???
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[quote author=Luke S link=board=11;threadid=6891;start=30#74624 date=1038859363]<br>Logan coach makes truck beds ??? <br>[/quote]<br><br> I hear that alot!<br><br>Logan makes all kinds of stuff now... Equipment trailers (gooseneck and bumper pull), car trailers, little 5x8 utility trailers, dump trailers, fancy enclosed motorcycle trailers, and they even do horse trailers still! <br><br>They have restructured management and manufacturing alot since they backed off a few years ago. Now they are coming back with a product line that has been upgraded and expanded. I wish they would update their website. Right now I don't have any place to ge a pic of one from, and I don't have a digicam to go snap a few pics of one.
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I spoke to a distributor for Rugby flatbeds. They put their first one on a 2003. Since the 2003 frame is wider than the previous ones, they had to build a new subframe to but the bed on - added $150. Possibly Rugby may change to accomodate, possibly not?
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