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In terms of the H2 and the chassis it sits on - they each have their pros and cons. A lot of guys still like the old traditional 1 ton duallys for the look - you really don't need it anymore though, you can actually go with the 1 ton with single wheels on the back, you don't even need duallys anymor ...
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Seen below is the Aluminum Box under construction for the H1 Duct Cleaning Truck. The plastic sticker will be peeled off before powder coating:Date Taken: March 11th 2014The H1 Duct Truck aluminum box under construction, seen from the rear view (image below). The open space will be the back doors wh ...
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The H1/H2 Duct Trucks have a safety ladder to get on the roof for the full length ladder rack on the top. On the top we have a safety cat walk with grip to prevent falls. The ladder rung isn't just a 1x1 bar, it has the safety grip, it is made of steel and powder coated.Made in Canada.All our bumper ...
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Behind the engine bay, we've got an independent fuel tank that runs separate from the truck. We used to run both engines off the main fuel tank but changed it to its own independent fuel tank in the back. The fuel tank holds 80 Liters of gas and the reason we made it this size is so that it runs out ...
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One of the best features of the new H1 and H2 Duct Truck, is that you no longer have to get on the roof to open and close your bag doors.We looked at using fancy lifting actuation mechanisms, motors and tracks to make things slide back and forth etc. But each design seemed to be flowed - for example ...
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