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    Nice setup. It's an FLD112 with what looks to be either a 50 - 60" bunk. Looks like a shipshe welding bed on it. They make a nice bed.

    Bet somebody steals that thing. Especially with only three pics, not squat for a description and no reserve. That thing would sell easy in Elkhart for $15k.

    If I have to sell mine it won't be on evilbay.

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    But didn't you guys notice that truck cannot be used for hauling "RV's". (I know Jarrett sees the reason why....it wasn't built correctly and I'll let him explain)

    Yeah, nice price, period. If I had the free money available, I'd already have popped a bid on it myself.

    "Cargo Trailers" like Pball mainly hauls is what I've always wanted to do. The couple of Cargo Trailers I hauled for Hoosier were the easiest damn deliveries I ever had. This set-up is like a wet dream to me, only a little overkill just to be using for cargo trailer deliveries. (too much truck...exact same set-up would work just fine using a Dodge 4500 C&C when it comes to what weights are involved)

    PBall's been looking at trucks here lately. Wonder if he'll jump on this himself?

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    He could load an Rpod, MPG or Tada on it.

    His upper deck is too tall to be flexible which means somebody like me is running loads around him and making money while he's waiting a trailer small enough to load, especially in the summer and fall slow season.

    With tall rubber he's got on it and no notch it's at 43-44". A good weld shop could notch it and add some ramps just behind the tires in a day or 2.

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    I have seen it in town. It looks too tall even to run alot of cargo trailers. If it is cheap enough I might.

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