Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Harbor Saw Bodies - A Hit With Concrete Cutting Contractors!



Concrete Cutting contractors love the Harbor Saw Body. It is as functionally effective as it is good looking. Notice the huge locking compartments to keep large saw blades and other gear out of the weather and out of sight. The full-size conventional lift gate serves two purposes, one being the obvious one to lift the equipment onto the bed area and the other to provide a backstop to secure the equipment in place and prevent it from rolling off the back of the bed! See more Saw Bodies at http://www.htbi.net/truckbodies/sawbody.html

Visit our website at www.htbi.net for more information or call Harbor at 800-433-9452.

7 comments:

  1. Are certain trucks more effective for certain types of work? My husband is in construction and he wants to buy a truck to drive to work so he can put more tools inside of it. Are there trucks that would be more preferable than others for this kind of work?
    Claudia Rosenburg | http://westerntruckbody.com

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  2. I wonder how humans cut concrete without the powerful saws that we have today. I am guessing that we just used to break up the concrete and then replace it. Replacing the concrete would take so much time, depending on the size of it. I am glad that we have saws now. http://www.hardcutconcretesawing.com.au/

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  3. A great tutorial and very helpful post. I really like it.

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  4. It is amazing the strides that have been made in construction. We build things taller then ancient civilizations could have imagined. Who knows what innovations the future holds for the construction industry?
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  5. I have a company where we use a lot on concrete. I am needing to get some concrete cutting done here in edmonton soon. We have a lot of projects coming up soon that need to be done. http://www.talonconcrete.ca

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  6. I can imagine that having specialized equipment to fit your tools would be very convenient. When you have heavy jobs like this, it can make all the difference. Cutting concrete isn't a simple thing.

    Nora Moore | http://www.nationalconcretecutting.com/

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  7. That is an impressive looking truck. It looks like it must have a lot of horse power behind it. I'm sure it gets the job done very effectively. I won't why more concrete cutting companies don't use these.

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