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  • museum_guy
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    ok, I know someone that used to work for InfraTech, just thought it might help.

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  • vortechx
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    Title says it came from Insight Pipe

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  • museum_guy
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    Did you buy that from InfraTech by chance ?

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  • PLUMBER RICK
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    From what I can see is you have an air compressor on the back end and a boiler/ heat up front. The air was used to invert liners and inflate them. The boiler was used to speed up curing. Depending on the mix, the liner might have come wetted out and kept cold. Once inserted, the water would be used to cure the cold mix.

    Rick.

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  • vortechx
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ID:	739709 Hey Guys
    Can you tell me what I have here?I bought this truck for what it is (99 F550 7.3 Powerstroke with less than 45000 miles) a rare beast for sure.But I have no clue what the Apparatus is on the back.From what I found out from the Truck title it was used by a plumbing company for CIPP pipe lining.Any info would be greatly Appreciated
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