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  1. #27
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    If the gas price will rise again i think we all should buy this little one Name:  fiat_500c_press.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by mstx View Post
    If the gas price will rise again i think we all should buy this little one Name:  fiat_500c_press.jpg
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    Or how about this one? Name:  bike ladder.jpg
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  3. #29
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    You guys are making me feel alot better about how clean I keep my van.
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  4. #30
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    Drivers side:

    Front-
    Vacuum Pump and assorted oils and accessories
    Drill
    Tapes
    Aerosols
    Screws
    Zip Ties
    Scale
    Leak Detector

    Middle-
    Camera Snake
    Large box w/ stainless fittings for water lines
    Milwaukee mini sawzall
    Misc Junk

    Rear-
    G5
    Torches

    Top(not shown) - misc junk

    Passenger Side:

    Front-
    Capacitors
    Relays
    Overloads
    Driers
    Rescue motors
    Acid tests
    Contactors

    Middle-
    Universal AC and Furnace boards, igniters, hpco, stats, thermostat wire etc...
    Copper and brass fittings
    Small Reach in parts
    Water pumps
    Ice machine cleaner

    Rear-
    Pelican Area light
    Sporlan Q txv Kit
    Misc junk

    Top-
    Manitowoc parts


    Sheet metal box in bed:
    2x 1/3 HP compressors
    Hilti hammer drill
    Power cord
    i2000 water filters
    Big Mac carbonator
    2x q600 water curtains
    Hp81
    1/4 and 3/8 bevflex
    2x Manitowoc condenser fan motors
    "Universal water pump"

    Refrigerant rack:
    404a
    22
    134a
    410a
    414b
    30lb Recovery tank

    Large nitro bottle feeds to tap on rear of bed for easy filling of recovery tank to do pressure tests or blow out condensers on ice makers or whatever.

    That's about it.

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  5. #31
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    Now that is a real service truck!

  6. #32
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    Malcolm, that is one sweet setup! Thanks for posting them.


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  7. #33
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    Chevy Astro Van, AWD... Great for our snowy Winters. A little small, but with good organization, it works. Hauling new equipment (Air Handlers, Ice Machines, etc.) requires a full size van or trailer. Mileage is much better than the full size vans.

    Factory springs are junk though. They are a single composite leaf spring. I replaced them with a 6 pack spring package which works much better.

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    Anyone take a look at the Ford Transit Van coming out next year? http://www.ford.com/commercial-trucks/transit/2014/ They claim with the high roof version, a 6'5" person can stand up in the cargo area. That would make having a van much nicer instead of being hunched over like Igor every time you get something from the van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GenesisRefrig View Post
    Chevy Astro Van, AWD... Great for our snowy Winters. A little small, but with good organization, it works. Hauling new equipment (Air Handlers, Ice Machines, etc.) requires a full size van or trailer. Mileage is much better than the full size vans.

    Factory springs are junk though. They are a single composite leaf spring. I replaced them with a 6 pack spring package which works much better.

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    That's a nice setup for just doing service.


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  10. #36
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    Cool Pics, giving me some great ideas--

    I notice most if not all of you carry 2 sets of gauges- Is one a spare or do you use one for r-22 and one for 410?? Our company just started to do ac work and some guys are saying you shouldn't use one for both types-
    We are all very green at this and have no "pro" within the company to rely on for proper information- They sent us to a EPA cert class then threw us to the wolves--
    We are just doing residential- no commercial stuff-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineah View Post
    Cool Pics, giving me some great ideas--

    I notice most if not all of you carry 2 sets of gauges- Is one a spare or do you use one for r-22 and one for 410?? Our company just started to do ac work and some guys are saying you shouldn't use one for both types-
    We are all very green at this and have no "pro" within the company to rely on for proper information- They sent us to a EPA cert class then threw us to the wolves--
    We are just doing residential- no commercial stuff-
    no offense meant, but that sounds like a TERRIBLE idea........

    as far as gauges, most are accurate in the middle part of their scale......using 410 gauges for 22 could cause you to read anywhere from 3-10psi off. also be sure you calibrate your gauges.

  12. #38
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    GenesisRefrig your ASTRO is setup nicely , I always liked the SAFARI / ASTRO for SERVICE work had a pile of them over the years.

    Lot of NEW or reintroduced VANS ( big & small ) coming along in the next year DODGE , FORD , CHEV , NISSAN pushing their mini version

  13. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71CHOPS View Post
    no offense meant, but that sounds like a TERRIBLE idea........

    as far as gauges, most are accurate in the middle part of their scale......using 410 gauges for 22 could cause you to read anywhere from 3-10psi off. also be sure you calibrate your gauges.
    Sorry, I assumed the gauges I was seeing did both 410 and r22- ( the gauges I have both scales on them--) But the office gave us 2 sets, one for 410 one for r22- They were afraid of contamination of one type to the other-- but they do read both types of refrig-


    ** no offense taken... im just trying to learn properly

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