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For Immediate Release Contact: Mary Kivioja
May 2009 (602) 431-8800
NEW REMOVABLE UTILITY BODY FOR ½ TON PICKUP TRUCKS
The Load'N'Go Lowboy makes Debut
PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 15, 2009) — Fleetwest Transferable Truck Bodies has started delivering a new product for its Load'N'Go line, the Lowboy. Load’N’Go is the industry’s first fully removable and transferable full size steel utility body. The Lowboy incorporates Load’N’Go’s ease of transferability while being light enough to be utilized in the ½ ton pick-up truck market. Enormous storage and the security of steel combined with light aluminum diamond plate are the foundation of this utility bed.
“This is the last tool box you will ever have to buy, as it will outlast many trucks” according to Richard Johnson, Manager of Fleetwest Transferable Truck Bodies. “Technician downtime is also minimized. When the truck is in the shop for service, your technician can still be working with all his tools in a rental truck, by transferring the Lowboy in a matter of minutes.”
The Load’N’Go Lowboy includes the following innovative features:
- Cost-saving benefits because of universal fit for all major brand, standard pickup trucks
- Perfect fit for both new or existing used fleet vehicles
- Extra security – standard key locks plus pad-lockable security
- Built-in forklift tunnels and lifting jack receptacles for easy installation and removal
- Models available for both long bed and short bed pickups
The Load'N'Go is a steel transferable service body with aluminum diamond plate, full length side boxes, and a 1000 pound capacity slide out drawer that universally fits Ford, Dodge, and GM pickup trucks. Load’N’Go has a “no holes drilled installation” and built in forklift tunnels for easy transfer from one pick-up to another.
A slip-on truck body from Fleetwest is a service technician’s smart choice for low cost, maximum flexibility, and minimum downtime. “Given the depressed economic conditions, price quote requests on our web page (www.Fleetwest.net) have skyrocketed lately,” Johnson states. “Technicians are looking for the best price for a replacement work truck, when they come across a transferable truck body.” “They realize they can ELIMINATE the cost of a new service truck, because they can use an existing pickup truck as a work truck.”
Richard Johnson is an associate member of NAFA (www.nafa.org). Fleetwest is a Phoenix, Arizona based utility body distributor whose mission is to provide Slip-on Truck Bodies ™ to utility companies, municipalities, and contractors. The company distributes Slip-on Truck Bodies ™ in the United States and Canada and is the only company in the world that specializes in both steel and fiberglass composite, fully transferable utility bodies, without drilling holes or removing the factory made truck bed. More information and a price quote can be obtained by visiting the company’s Web site at www.fleetwest.net.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
This is a really cool truck tool box that fits Ford, Chevy, Dodge, GMC 1/2 ton pickups. The 1000 pound drawer is fully customizeable for tools, saws, parts and supplies. The full length aluminum diamond plate side boxes are almost 8 feet in length, and deep. This could also be used as a gun storage compartment for hunters. The really nice feature of being able to remove it from the truck or put it on another truck with the lifting jacks makes very unique and innovative. You can find this and more transferable tool boxes at www.fleetwest.net
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