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Old 02-06-2014, 09:58 AM   #1
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how does every one get your drywall to the job when you do small jobs with all your tools in the back of your van or truck . have you seen the side mounted cargo rack yet . It carrys drywall on the side of a vehicle just like a glass truck but a lot smaller the racks are only about the same size a a 4' level and you dont have to leave them on all the time:each set holds 8 sheets of drywall and you can carry lumber on them also like 32 2x4s . They save you the time it takes to cram your material in or when the bed of your truck is full of ice and snow


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Old 02-06-2014, 04:23 PM   #2
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Do you have a link I think it would be a very handy thing to have specially if you can remove them
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Do you have a link I think it would be a very handy thing to have specially if you can remove them
It's in his profile. http://sidejobracks.com/
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It's in his profile. http://sidejobracks.com/
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every one should check them out at sidejobracks.com
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sidejobracks.com
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how does every one get your drywall to the job when you do small jobs with all your tools in the back of your van or truck . have you seen the side mounted cargo rack yet . It carrys drywall on the side of a vehicle just like a glass truck but a lot smaller the racks are only about the same size a a 4' level and you dont have to leave them on all the time:each set holds 8 sheets of drywall and you can carry lumber on them also like 32 2x4s . They save you the time it takes to cram your material in or when the bed of your truck is full of ice and snow
Damn good idea! Not only for hauling, but you also have a working station when you arrive. Wonder if it will work with small pickups?
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gary it is a dam good idea and it really works great with small pickups and vans because there is no room in the back end for large material a lot of guys are using small trucks and vans to save gas and so the one thing they gave up was hauling space . these racks are really becoming popular with all kinds of trades people roofers drywallers painters plumbers any one who makes a living with their vehicle
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If any one is wondering about carrying material on the side if its safe just look at a glass truck next time it fly's by you on the highway at 80 mph when was the first or last time you heard of them loosing their load it dosnt happen the same goes with the drywall or plywood the wind goes around it
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Hello just get your supplier to delivery it. Same time , gas, and money
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