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  Stripped Chassis FAQs

What is a cab chassis truck and how is it different from a pickup truck?

A cab chassis has the front section (cab) of a pickup but lacks the standard bed, allowing for extensive customization with various upfits.

What types of upfits are available for cab chassis trucks?

The upfits available to cab chassis are very extensive. Dump bodies, flatbeds, service bodies, refrigeration units, cranes, tow trucks, and specialty bodies for specific industries are just a few examples.

What are the weight capacities of cab chassis trucks?

Payload capacity and towing capacity vary greatly depending on the model, engine, and upfit. Factors like the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) are crucial to understand.

What are the fuel efficiency considerations for cab chassis trucks?

Expect lower fuel efficiency compared to pickup trucks due to their larger size and heavier weight. Engine options and upfit weight also play a role.

What are the maintenance requirements for cab chassis trucks?

Regular maintenance is crucial for these commercial vehicles. Frequency and cost will depend on the model, usage, and upfit installed.

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Chassis Cab: The Definitive Guide to Choosing a Cab
The chassis cab, or a cab and chassis truck, is a feat of customization in the commercial vehicle industry. It is ideal for business owners and fleet managers who need their fleet to serve their business to their discretion.

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The Best Work Vehicles For Pest Control
When a homeowner hears a scratching sound behind drywall or has to deal with hornet nests decorating their front door, a pest control company is the first place they call. The pest control industry is like a team of superheroes — always saving the day by getting rid of harmful insects

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Five Vehicle Choices For Plumbers
Technically speaking, a plumber can use any car, truck, or van — but why settle for the bare minimum when there are vehicles designed specifically with plumbers in mind? A good vehicle needs to be an office, an indoor workspace, and a storage facility.

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