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nice specs too.

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Looks pretty nice for $14k.

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I like the idea of using a dump hoist combined with a flat bed. Not 100% sure but suppose you can lean the bed and drive a car onto it to be transported to a show or so.

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45 minutes ago, Vladislav said:

I like the idea of using a dump hoist combined with a flat bed. Not 100% sure but suppose you can lean the bed and drive a car onto it to be transported to a show or so.

with that long rear overhang, you would need a ground support at the end of the bed/ramp connection point to keep the front end from going airborn when loading.

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It was at the ATHS national in Reno this year.  Nice looking truck, but I agree with the comment above that the long overhang might pose some problems if unsupported when loading.

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On 9/16/2019 at 4:13 PM, tjc transport said:

with that long rear overhang, you would need a ground support at the end of the bed/ramp connection point to keep the front end from going airborn when loading.

I suppose the best would be some additional ramp at the rear you put below the rear end of the bad and make the track longer for smaller angle. As follow you 1st need to put that thing somewhere on the truck and 2nd you need to put it in place and it could be heavy. On the other hand all that could work and is relatively simple.

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