Where to buy a truck

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cheflhoward
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2017/03/13 21:44:22 (permalink)

Where to buy a truck

Hello, I'm new to posting but have been lurking and gathering as much info as possible. I'm going to hopefully start building my truck within the next couple of weeks and wanted to know some good places to look for trucks besides Craigslist and ebay. I'm looking for a 22' kitchen area with a automatic transmission.
Thanks for any and all help..
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    abe8808
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/13 21:49:24 (permalink)
    I Don't know If they make them that big. U probably better off getting a trailer if you're going that big.
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    cheflhoward
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/17 15:15:02 (permalink)
    Thanks, I've seen them that size and up to 24' on ebay, I just wanted some other options. I have been really considering a trailer but just didn't want the hassle of parking, hitching and unhitching.
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    abe8808
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/17 18:29:16 (permalink)
    Maybe the whole truck but cooking area is going to be probably a little less. Just make sure It;s the available space in side and not the whole truck
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    kreativekvs209
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/19 21:10:41 (permalink)
    what are you planning on selling?
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    abe8808
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/20 16:40:23 (permalink)
    mediterrenean/middleeastern style kebobs and subs how about you?
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    cheflhoward
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/23 03:05:33 (permalink)
    Seafood
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    Inferno
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    Re: Where to buy a truck 2017/03/24 08:46:47 (permalink)
    I built my own 20' lg x 8.5' wide trailer 10 years ago. The hooking and unhooking is not that bad, just get a backuo camera and its a breeze. I'v recently built a food truck with 18' lg cooking space, the truck is 25' lg overall. Right away the notable difference is the width. Less room in the food truck compared to the trailer and both concepts are the same. I would say if your running the business everyday yourself, I would go with a trailer, easier to build out and cheaper. As long as you have a reliable tow vehicle. I would never consider and employee towing your trailer, but I would be ok with them driving a food truck. Just a few things to consider.
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