Monday, September 14, 2015

What you can expect from your Spartan Service Truck Body







This workshop on wheels is preferred by general contractors, HVAC, plumbers, handymen, decorators, painters, carpenters, cleaners, and remodelers. You can work standing up inside, plus custom shelving and compartments keep you organized at the job site.


Features


    Gain added convenience on the job site by using the horizontal compartment door as a workbench; it can also be lowered flush to the sidewall

    Save time by organizing and storing tools with up to 5 spacious compartments per side (based on truck body length); with two adjustable shelves per vertical compartment accommodate bulkier tools and equipment

    Load and unload your cargo and tools with ease in a low-profile design with low floor heights that allow you to access what you need without using a liftgate

    Enjoy a bright interior work space with a durable and lightweight 3/8″ FiberPanel® PW (FRP) white side wall panels

    Minimize front wall damage with a heavy-duty FiberPanel® PW (FRP) front wall

    Load large cargo – even sheets of plywood – with the extra room of the true interior truck body lengths and 48-1/2″ double-swing rear doors

    Work comfortably in your cargo area with the stand-up truck body height interior


Options


    Enjoy more cab room and stand up to move between the cab and cargo area with a full-height cab-access door (cutaway only); Note: Shortens interior truck body length

    Load, store and quickly access long items, such as PVC, conduit or copper pipe, with a pipe door

    Organize and store your cargo and equipment with custom interior fixed or adjustable shelves above compartments

    See and access tools more easily from the interior with a sliding, reach-through Plexiglass® door for the horizontal compartment

    Save time by storing and accessing your ladder more efficiently  with a ladder rack and rear access ladder

    Keep cargo safe and secure with a Master Lock®

    Acquire additional towing capabilities with a hitch receiver



Find out more at: http://supremecorp.com




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