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I would bypass the hose reel so you dont run love though it.

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Diamond Roof Cleaning New Jersey (1-800-Roof-Clean) wrote:

Here are some pics of my trailee i repositioned some things,put the hose reels on the curb side and redecked the floor using 2x12 boards. I bought a 12 volt set up but i think im going to put it in my other truck when i purchase it next month( ford ranger ext cab). That will be my sales /back up truck.


 I got a lil 4 banger Ranger too gonna incorporate into company.



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Becuase gas prices are rising i figured if i can put together a nice little set up (roof set up and power washer)in the back of a ranger than i can be more efficient and save on fuel cost.
I also have been scoping out a ext cab v6 dakota as well.

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set up looks sick Mike ... good luck with it

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Thanks mike

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Mike, I like the ladder rack. I worked out of a 6.5 foot bed last summer. I didn't have any room for a pressure washer. Maybe if you raise some of the equipment of the floor you may have better luck.

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Tom do you mean when i put it in the ranger?

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Yes.

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I have a small 4gpm and a new 12vt setup all ready to go with a 65 gallon mix tank. Im going to put it on a skid with the hose reels above the tailgate.

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Just picked up two 150 gal chemical tanks used on craigslist for $40 a piece. I'm still trying to get my pump and kit ordered so I can going. Pictures ASAP.

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You guys see any reason not to use the less expensive cox reels if I'm not gonna run the Love through it? Money is the main reason, I had budgeted for stainless titans.

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$40 /pc. Great find Jason. I had just recently bought a flojet air pump from ebay for $3.90. I great deals.

I'm going with cheaper reels also once my Titan goes.

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Great prices for the tanks.

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I should definately start ebaying myself. Trying to find my air pump setup has been a pain. Without this forum it'd be impossible. You guys are great.

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$40 /pc. Great find Jason. I had just recently bought a flojet air pump from ebay for $3.90. I great deals.

I'm going with cheaper reels also once my Titan goes.


 great price for the pump!



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Those tanks I picked up were previously used on a ag spray outfit, they have a pickup line that goes from top to bottom with a screen and vents. I'm pretty sure they were pressurized somehow. They are also stackable, just not sure if I want that much weight stacked six feet high inside my box truck. Could be an interesting setup though.

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It would be fine if you built a cage/ frame around it, otherwise if you have plenty of room forget it.

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