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clay wrote:
Roof Cleaning Wilmington NC (910) 622-7942 wrote:

The tank being located behind the axles is pretty scary. If it's just a holding tank, that's cool, but if it's a transport tank & it's located behind the axles and loaded, it'll put the whole rig in a ditch before it gets going the speed limit. It's VERY pretty though. It looks well thought out.


 goodpost I would be scared of it road walking also


 Here it is....

When placing everything on the trailer, PWP always STRONGLY recommends where the equipment should be placed.  For those of you whom have spoken and/ or met Rex, you know exactly what I am talking about.  In the end, the customer has the final say.  Sometimes Rex will refuse to accept a build based upon differences in design and liablity.

My Father holds a United States Federal patent for a trailer hitch.  His family owned a multi-location truck and trailer rental company.  He grew up designing and building truck bodies, open and enclosed trailers and custom hitches and equipment.  Over the years he discovered how to build equipment to last and always keeping in mind that equipment should be easy to maintain.

The trailer has since been 'chopped up' and changed around due to the customer finding that he did need to drive with liquid in the tank.  I commend you guys on noticing the details.  (It was not our design originally..)

No road walking......

Thank you.

 

PWP logos:  We choose to not advertise our products by placing stickers or signs stating that we designed the rig or the equipment.  We feel that it is not necessary and detracts from the owner's information.  Good question.



-- Edited by Pressure Washer Products on Tuesday 1st of November 2011 02:31:22 PM

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I understand all too much about changes, I must of moved my equipment around 6 times now, and I'm still moving things. the only thing that stayed stationary is my water tanks and my hot water skid unit, thats the only thing I did right, but alot of it is because I add a piece of equipment, but I can't really add no more so I think I'm done.



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Pressure Washer Products wrote:
clay wrote:
Roof Cleaning Wilmington NC (910) 622-7942 wrote:

The tank being located behind the axles is pretty scary. If it's just a holding tank, that's cool, but if it's a transport tank & it's located behind the axles and loaded, it'll put the whole rig in a ditch before it gets going the speed limit. It's VERY pretty though. It looks well thought out.


 goodpost I would be scared of it road walking also


 Here it is....

When placing everything on the trailer, PWP always STRONGLY recommends where the equipment should be placed.  For those of you whom have spoken and/ or met Rex, you know exactly what I am talking about.  In the end, the customer has the final say.  Sometimes Rex will refuse to accept a build based upon differences in design and liablity.

My Father holds a United States Federal patent for a trailer hitch.  His family owned a multi-location truck and trailer rental company.  He grew up designing and building truck bodies, open and enclosed trailers and custom hitches and equipment.  Over the years he discovered how to build equipment to last and always keeping in mind that equipment should be easy to maintain.

The trailer has since been 'chopped up' and changed around due to the customer finding that he did need to drive with liquid in the tank.  I commend you guys on noticing the details.  (It was not our design originally..)

No road walking......

Thank you.

 

PWP logos:  We choose to not advertise our products by placing stickers or signs stating that we designed the rig or the equipment.  We feel that it is not necessary and detracts from the owner's information.  Good question.



-- Edited by Pressure Washer Products on Tuesday 1st of November 2011 02:31:22 PM


 

when installing tanks one should always consider the tanks being full sometime or another



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