So I've been working out of a 1992 dodge w 350 fully four bye four the last year and a half or so, it has an aluminum 12' cube box on the back gets 20 mpg fully loaded and hasn't left me stranded even once besides the first day I bought it and ran out of fuel "gauge doesn't work" brought it home from work and noticed a pool of oil after further investigation realized my main rear seal had failed "330099" km to took it to local garage got quote decided putting a rebuilt transmission in probably made sense of course road closures ect set me back a couple more days. So I've been working out of my 2003 ram 2500 short box it took about two service calls to remember why I bought a cube truck. I almost fear getting any calls right now I hate working out of a regular truck can't Bellevue I did for as long as I did. Can't wait to get my old cummins back. What do you guys drive? I hate not having what I need I see a lot of other plumbers in the area working out of Toyota tacomas not sure how I could ever do that. Do you bill if you have to run to your shop or wholesaler it seems unprofessional to go install a kitchen faucet and get there to realize the drain baskets needs replacing and you don't have two ?
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The things we become accustom to