We always get asked the same questions about our Load'N'Go Bodies that we thought we’d address here.
Such as, how do they compare to a traditional bolt on?, Will it fit my truck?...
and the ever popular, How Much?
and the ever popular, How Much?
For pricing we won’t just throw a number out at you. The reason is simple; there are too many variables involved! i.e. Which model, you truck’s bed length, what options do you need, and then there is always the shipping destination. So to be able to give you an accurate price quote we’ll need some info from you. PLEASE submit a quote with all of these variables noted and we will gladly send you a quote! We won’t spam you or email you to death like other companies (we hate that too!) we’ll just send your quote and answer any other questions you might have.
There is also an option to receive a brochure with base pricing if you aren’t ready for a detailed quote. This can be found on our website on the get a quote page.
For some of the other questions asked, below is a little Q & A:
Q: What is a Slip-on Service Body?
A: A Slip-on service body slips into a standard truck bed converting it to a work truck in minutes with the ability to take it out again if needed. This means gaining valuable access to your pickup truck when needed. A slip-on truck body provides the flexibility of having a pickup, and a work truck.
Q: How is it better than a Bolt on Service Body?
A: Sometimes you need your pickup and not a dedicated utility body like traditional bolt on service beds. The Load’N’Go bodies are also built to outlast multiple trucks, with multiple up-fit cycles in mind…making them an even better investment.
There are many more reasons our Load’N’Go bodies are a better choice over a traditional bolt on…to see more visit Why Transferable?
Q: What kind of truck will it fit?
A: The Load’N’Go bodies are universal fit for FULL SIZE Ford, Ram, and Chevy/GM trucks with 8' and 6.5' beds.
Q: Why don’t you make them for compact trucks or 5.5’ crew cab beds?
A: Unfortunately we do not offer bodies that fit compact trucks such as the Tacoma, Colorado or Ranger. Payload being the biggest reason, as well as the demand is just not there. We build our bodies for fleets…and there’s simply not enough demand for compact trucks or 5.5’ bed applications to warrant producing bodies to suit.
Q: What model configurations are available?
A: The Steel Load’N’Go models are available in Roll Top, Open Top or Fixed Top Configurations as well as a standalone Tradesman Drawer.
The Fiberglass Durashell models have several to choose from including walk-in units. All models can easily be customized with options to suit your needs; such as ladder/material racks, bed slides, shelving, dividers, lifting jacks, lighting and much more!
Q: How does it work?
A: Load’N’Go service bodies can be easily removed from pickup trucks with a Fork lift, crane with lifting tubes, or by Jacks. With a four point clamping system, there is no need to drill holes for installation, so it's OK to move onto a rented or leased truck in case of an emergency or needed repairs.
Q: Where can I purchase one?
A: Visit www.worktrucksolutions.net. We offer nationwide shipping and commercial financing is also available.
Still have questions?
Visit www.worktrucksolutions.net/brochures to get a brochure or give us a call toll-free 800-274-5689 and we will answer all your questions.