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K&W Demolition Transportation

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by K&W, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. HeyUvaVT

    HeyUvaVT Senior Member

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    Congratulations to both of them!
     
  2. AtlasRob

    AtlasRob Senior Member

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    Yes congratulations to them both.
    I have wondered a few times how things were going, that is one hell of a rig he's got there. :cool2
     
  3. King of Obsolete

    King of Obsolete Senior Member

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    i was kind of wondering how the new truck was working out.

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  4. K&W

    K&W Well-Known Member

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    Hey everyone......I been super busy with work and a new little one!!! Thanks for the thoughts and congratulations!!! As far as my truck goes....I really like it a lot, and it's even more versitile than I thought it would be!!! I'm Mr. Haul it all now...LOL!!! I wish I had a driver that could work this type of set up, and do it like I do, cause I would buy another one just like it in a heartbeat...LOL!!! Here are some random pics of me working over the past few months!!!
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  5. K&W

    K&W Well-Known Member

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    Scrap Tire pile on the top of a mountain (same one as last time) !!!!
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    Yes Sir...No problem, we can haul it for you !!!
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    Hauling a Zetor 3321 tractor !!!!!
     
  6. K&W

    K&W Well-Known Member

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    Electric Motor Scrap \:D/ !!!
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  7. K&W

    K&W Well-Known Member

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    Heavy Duty Scrap Haulin !!!!
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    At my Yard beside another K&W truck !!!
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  8. Nac

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    I see you go to Metal Managment(Naparano).
     
  9. Nac

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    Isee you are using standard box's now no more tub's like before why? I am placing an order with Thompson tommarow for a couple more box's
     
  10. jimmyjack

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    that thing looks some sexy :cool: , love that set up
     
  11. Trimbleguy

    Trimbleguy New Member

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    Wow! Those are the best looking demo trucks I have ever seen. Well done! I especially love the bumper setup you guys run.
     
  12. WColtharp

    WColtharp Well-Known Member

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    Truck is looking great and I'm glad the business is going well during these times! I aspire to one day have a company as yours! Congrats on the little one as well!
     
  13. K&W

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    Thanks for all the compliments again guys!!! I thank the LORD JESUS that I'm still hanging in there, and that HE'S blessed me to have a profitable business (even in this current economy)...and little ones too..LOL!!!!
     
  14. Colorado Digger

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    nice looking truck but not in my neck of the woods. we get stock kens, petes, macks-whatever, stuck clear to the stock bumper, i know it's ugly but sometimes they rip the brake cans off as well. if it is not mud it's rock or something else- regards
     
  15. Tano Demolition

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    I am loveing the automated bumper.. Its a Very smart concept. I see daily peoples front bumpers all smashed up.
     
  16. Wolf

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    What kind of demo trucks do you run in Yonkers, Tano Demo?

    Welcome to HEF.
     
  17. kamerad47

    kamerad47 Well-Known Member

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    looks like this guy is packing it in?:beatsme
     
  18. Steve Frazier

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    He posted somewhere here that he's selling the business and going into a different field.
     
  19. tonka

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    Yes, Bill has found a higher calling, he is going to serve the lord! Everything he has is for sale and on the truckpaper! Good luck Bill!
     
  20. tyler5652@yahoo

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    man yall have to be kiddin he didnt really quit did he? i was just getting on this thread to ask how hes been doing and ask to see if hes been posting more pics. kinda disappointed now :( .... well either way good luck :notworthy