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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Guess he hasn't hit it big like Billy the Exterminator
    I was wrong, he's not an exterminator-he's a landscaper! Wouldnt you trust him to make your property look beautiful?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DLZ Dan View Post
    I was wrong, he's not an exterminator-he's a landscaper! Wouldnt you trust him to make your property look beautiful?
    The mere presence of that makes everything around it look beautiful, even the dog crap shines with a lovely glow in it's shadow. What more could you ask?

  3. #16
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    From the looks of the front van he can get another one and tow doubles soon.
    Never argue with a crazy man.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by machery View Post
    Do all the signal lights work on it? if so, he may be ok. I bet the main van has a hard time pulling it up hill as well as his stopping distance is tripple.
    The front van has 8 lugs on the wheels,it can take the weight,I think!

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    i work around Edison quite a bit, never saw that thing. i'll be looking for it now...
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    He must live in van 1 and work out of van 2

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    Awesome....takes me back to the 70s and High School---only thing missing is an airbrushed mural and shag carpet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaygetz View Post
    Awesome....takes me back to the 70s and High School---only thing missing is an airbrushed mural and shag carpet...
    Yeah, I was thinking that also... albeit late 1960's.

    Since it is a laandscaper (read that lawn service)... maybe this is not so bad. Different skill level IMO.

    Around here one sees lots of the Ryder or Uhaul box vans converted to rolling equipment warehouses.

    One thing this dude has going for him... his equipment is locked up!

    Wonder where he parks that mess? I would report him if he parked it next door to me.
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    it's different in the US of A. almost anything goes down there. almost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    it's different in the US of A. almost anything goes down there. almost.
    If you think it's anything goes now, just wait until the USA is annexed by Mexico.

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    That is recycling! With no engine, the question is what the definition of a trailer is in the local jurisdiction. I see old truck beds converted to trailers, but with a single axle in the rear
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridgitator View Post
    That is recycling! With no engine, the question is what the definition of a trailer is in the local jurisdiction. I see old truck beds converted to trailers, but with a single axle in the rear
    It is just an enclosed trailer...
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  13. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    He must live in van 1 and work out of van 2
    I thought duplex.
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