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    We currently have a 2002 Dodge ram 3500 Dully (old Body style) That has a 250 gallon tank and pump in the bed, well are looking to change the body so we have storage compartments on the side plus the tank can be hidden and not out in the open. Any suggestions on who we can get this through would be greatly apperciated!

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    Originally posted by nadeau526 View Post
    We currently have a 2002 Dodge ram 3500 Dully (old Body style) That has a 250 gallon tank and pump in the bed, well are looking to change the body so we have storage compartments on the side plus the tank can be hidden and not out in the open. Any suggestions on who we can get this through would be greatly apperciated!
    Not to throw a wet blanket on it, but it looks to me like you're maxed out or over on weight capacity now, let alone what a body and contents would add.

    Stay safe out there, everyone goes home!
    Last edited by chiefengineer11; 12-28-2006, 11:55 AM. Reason: Clarity and syntax

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nadeau526 View Post
      We currently have a 2002 Dodge ram 3500 Dully (old Body style) That has a 250 gallon tank and pump in the bed, well are looking to change the body so we have storage compartments on the side plus the tank can be hidden and not out in the open. Any suggestions on who we can get this through would be greatly apperciated!
      We have a F550 with a ProTech commercial body on it similar to what you are talking. We have a skid unit in the center rear and compartments on both sides and coffin type on top.

      Not fancy but it works. The GVW is higher than your rig though. A link to a picture...

      http://www.nefirenews.com/vt/SwantonVTU6.jpg

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        here is our brush truck. '99 dodge 3500 w/knapaheide utility body with 150 gal of water and 250 pump.

        http://spoutspringsfire.com/images/t...ses171_big.JPG


        i think 250 gal on a 3500 is pushing the gvwr.
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          We made the bumper, too.
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