Saturday, July 21, 2012

Another Interesting Body With Loads Of Storage




Kimberly at Harbor Truck Bodies sent me a unique body they recently built. I call it a flatbed seriously trying to be a mechanic's body or service body. So, let's look it over. It starts with a 12' flatbed with diamond plate steel floor, then what looks like a service body put on top of the flatbed is a series of three boxes on each side that are very much service body compartments welded together. These boxes have shelves and there is a huge volume of storage available here. Then, there is an underbody box with more storage.

There is also a full length rack that extends to the front bumper for full support to carry extra long items. Notice the expanded metal stop at the front. There is also a tailgate section, a short work platform on the rear. Last there is a unique set of open steel boxes at the back of the flatbed underneath and make use of previously wasted space. All of this mounted on a Ford F350 84" CA chassis.

See more of Harbor's body building at www.htbi.net.

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