I thought I would roll that thing around on some jobs too but never did. Once I got the WM I knew the bane was done and just taking up space.Getting rid of a paid for working truckmount is like getting rid of a paid for gun. But I get it, just messing with you. I use a Bane as a porty for any occasion I can’t use a truckmount.
I ended up plugging mine in every night with 70 gallon tank full.I never pulled the Bane into a garage either. In the winter you will bring in ice and slush to drop on their floor, and I wanted the truck to be outside VISIBLE while working.
Despite Bane saying you don't have to run the truck to get hot enough water....you often DID.
John Olson" data-source="post: 4671909" class="bbCodeBlock bbCodeBlock--expandable bbCodeBlock--quote js-expandWatch">Sorry to ask, what happened with jose was TM carbon monoxide elated?Fred you just broke my heart all over again and now I’m balling like a baby in my office. Jose was my customer and I had just met his new wife the day before. He called me that Saturday morning and I was with my son up at Alta while he skied. I missed his call while in the restroom and he left a voice mail. He said Mr. John,( he always called me me. John) don’t worry to call me back I’ll come see you Monday morning have fun with your son. That evening watching the news I see his van in the tv and turned it up to hear the most heart wrenching news. Please please please don’t ever do that to anyone. I miss Jose. He was a good man. If you need warning stickers message me with your address and I send you a couple free no charge for the mailing. These are what I have and I have plenty for everyone
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People just don't anything these days. I can't tell you how many times customers tell me I can park in their garage. I think every distributor needs to give a short course on the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning every time they sell a truck mount.