Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by truckdriver31, Aug 21, 2018.
We have some all over FL. They just have lease trailers now but hear they may be buying some.
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I'd be alright with running dirt/mulch loads if they equipped the flatbed with a jobsite forklift, like you see delivering sod. I could unload almost before the store knew I was there.
these are walmarts trailers
C’mon man. You know that’s too much work for us!b
Oh wow. Interesting. Got a pic? We were wondering the possibilities of running other stuff on those flatbeds outside of dirt season.
no. maybe lumber for lowes
They might be able to run the pallets of salt in the winter time to some of the stores might sell like the ice melt...
They haul that in a dry van.
Well yes I figured that but they could also do it with a flatbed
I don’t see why they couldn’t.
They could also get more payload on a flat than van too...