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KW C500 at Conexpo.

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by Matt McGowan, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. Matt McGowan

    Matt McGowan Active Member

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    Here some pics I took of a sweet KW C500 decked out for oil filed work. Name on the door of the truck is West Roc and they are located somewhere in Utah.
     

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  2. Matt McGowan

    Matt McGowan Active Member

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    More KW C500 pics.

    More pics.
     

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  3. Matt McGowan

    Matt McGowan Active Member

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    More KW C500 pics.

    These are pictures of pictures they had their.
     

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  4. Eric

    Eric Senior Member

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    Wheelie anyone???
     
  5. BIGDAN315

    BIGDAN315 Well-Known Member

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    Can't even imagine what kinda weight is on those rears. The whole truck plus what ever they are loading..WOW. Awsome pics.
     
  6. Big Iron

    Big Iron Well-Known Member

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    Nice looking tripple winch bed tandem. I like the way they cut out the center of the tail roll, kinda like a mini fairlead.
     
  7. DirtHauler

    DirtHauler Senior Member

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    safe to say for off road applications only? How wide is that monster?
     
  8. THEDIESEL

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    Looks pretty nice!
     
  9. texascadillac42

    texascadillac42 Well-Known Member

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    I stood and looked at that truck out at ConExpo for at least 20 minutes. Talk about a massive, awesome truck. Definitely built for some heavy, heavy hauling.
     
  10. 7AXLES

    7AXLES Active Member

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    I can understand why you looked at it for 20 minutes, probably woulda took me the same....real nice!! But I'd rather have one of those Deere Quad tracks.
     
  11. qball

    qball Senior Member

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    pure sexy!