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  • #16
    Re: The Perfect Plumbing Service Van

    Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post

    keep it at the shop and grab the stuff that's specialty when needed.

    That's how I roll. In the winter I roll out with my 99 AWD GMC safari van. I only carry basic tools (hand tools, solder kit, sawzall, drills, K-50, K-60, pistol rod, utility pump, shop vac) + basic repair parts (toilet, faucet, some copper, some PVC, traps tailpieces).

    Parks easy and got me through the 20" of snow last week!! and it fits in my low clearance garage

    99% of my customers are within 10 miles too and I have several supply houses in the area.

    I'm planning to upgrade to a 3/4 ton 4X4 pickup with a cap on the bed and roof rack soon. I can't fit a cargo van in my garage and I don't like leaving my vehicle outside.


    • #17
      Re: The Perfect Plumbing Service Van

      So here is our service van with the key less entry panels. This is one of the best service vehicles I have ever worked out of. We will purchase another of these in the near future.

      Originally posted by TheMaster View Post
      Anyone have the side panels on the chevy/gmc that allow access to your cargo from outside the van?
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