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  1. #14
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    I wounder who pointed you in that direction

  2. #15
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    The new FULL SIZE transit will ask lyting about that

  3. #16
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    It is fact,Check the payloads out on the new vans,Except the sprinter.Not sure non what it can carry,but I think it can handle more weight,If you want go diesel,Check out the payloads on the new vans.They donate carry as much weight,We have motors,tools,freon,equipment,Etc.Time will tell.What about the transmissions in these new trucks?In"m no sold on the new Sprinters.The Ford TransitConnect,Is only good for small appliance work!!!

  4. #17
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    We are replacing our whole fleet about 10 to 20 a month. I know they get auctioned off but not sure where or how. Probably a good deal for someone most are set up nicely.
    UA Proud

    "Phfft! Facts. You can use them to prove anything." Homer Simpson

  5. #18
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    Our current vehicles are Chevy Express', the newest vehicles will be Ford Transits. Dodge Ramsey ProMasters made a one year appearance.
    The Express' have 4 shelf Masterrack shelving. The Transits have 3 shelf Adrian Steel shelving.

  6. #19
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    key word transit connect is the small van yes
    the TRANSIT is the full size you can stand up in full size van .

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