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Work Truck? #124761
12/12/06 11:19 PM
12/12/06 11:19 PM
renosteinke  Offline OP
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Jim M has sent this pic of an . unusual ... work truck. I'm just not sure what sort of work it is for...


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Re: Work Truck? #124762
12/12/06 11:53 PM
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JoeTestingEngr  Offline
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I think that must be a SEMA enclosure.
Joe

Re: Work Truck? #124763
12/13/06 05:48 AM
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Sale Creek, TN USA
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Luke Clarke
Electrical Planner for TVA.

Re: Work Truck? #124764
12/13/06 08:54 AM
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john p  Offline
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Bemidji,MN.USA
Luke I was thinking Enterprise also.

Re: Work Truck? #124765
12/13/06 04:17 PM
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BElder  Offline
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NASCAR pit crew? [Linked Image]

Re: Work Truck? #124766
12/13/06 05:37 PM
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I don't know, but I reckon it's some kind of Police speed trap vehicle.

Re: Work Truck? #124767
12/13/06 07:01 PM
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Jim M  Offline
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Chestertown, MD, USA
Looks like a mobile elevated work platform with dual conduit carriers and a highway safety directional arrow.

Plenty of room for tools and the whole crew too.

Re: Work Truck? #124768
12/13/06 08:57 PM
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yaktx  Offline
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Austin, Texas, USA
Funny, it looks like it has about a dozen taillights, and they're all on the front.

SEMA enclosure!!!! That's a good one!

Re: Work Truck? #124769
12/13/06 10:37 PM
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ShockMe77  Offline
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Rahway, New Jersey
HEY where's the extension ladder?

Re: Work Truck? #124770
12/14/06 03:10 AM
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e57  Offline
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S.F.,CA USA
Man that is hard to look at.... But it appears to have a Bain Marie on the font bumper for lunch?


Mark Heller
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