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K&W Demolition Transportation

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

  1. LaLaMan

    LaLaMan Well-Known Member

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    I found his add on truckpaper I would seriously consider buying the truck, but since it would be a start up business I do not know if I could make a profit with such an expensive truck. That is if the bank would even finance it and there was work lined up. It is a damn beautiful truck though
     
  2. tonka

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    If you bought it you would get 10 cans and the truck. his accounts to and he would show you how to turn a proffit!
     
  3. LaLaMan

    LaLaMan Well-Known Member

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    I really want to get into carting. Commercial, industrial and construction accounts. 10-30 yard boxes, compactors. Pick them up local and run them to the transfer station in Newark.
     
  4. AtlasRob

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    I admit this was in Nov, but I dont think it was profitability that was a problem.

    Those accounts and good will are something that is very hard to come by.

    I dont know the geography well enough to know if this is local to you, but I cant see a better chance to "give it a go" and the banks would have some good history to weigh thier gamble in backing you. :my2c
     
  5. tonka

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    The co i work for owns SWTR , and our new site DART, opens in may, so bring all your trash over!
     
  6. Nac

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    What type do you except(13C)? what counties? where is the new transfer staition coing to be?
     
  7. tonka

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    06bowtie_guy Well-Known Member

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    Just found this thread now, don't venture too often into the demo section, been missing out.

    Very nice trucks!! Love the new setup too. I would love to see some vid of you taking off. Bet it just sounds rediculously awsome!! sure looks good
     
  9. kubota123

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    Damn I just found this thread and read the whole thing tonight and now I read that he's selling it all? What career path did he move on to???????
     
  10. tyler5652@yahoo

    tyler5652@yahoo COPPA

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    cant really remember kubota, think he said god called him and hes becoming a priest or something....
     
  11. Wolf

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    preacher, if I recall correctly.
     
  12. Dualie

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    now known as Rev. Billy Gorman of the church of the 40 yard box.


    Just kidding with bill a bit but yes hes now serving the lord through his ministry
     
  13. Case 580e

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    hey i think ive seen these pics before on supershowrigs.com
     
  14. tonka

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    Yup the guy who owns SSR (Josh) used to drive for bill, well bill took him under his wing and helped him get his CDL.