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We just Pulled this one out of Cortez Colorado.  Jason is delivering it today to the customer in Valle, AZ Machine weight is at 110,000 lbs.

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Every once and a while, we get to take a little break from the normal grind and take a picture of what we are doing. Here we are hauling a CAT 966M.  The picture is taken just before the driver will be heading down the cut between Page and Flagstaff.

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Here is a picture of truck 51 delivering a unique rock crusher set up.  A crusher attachment with its own engine (CAT 3206) is attached where the loader bucket would normally attach.  When you lift the attachment, you can tell that it is quite heavy as the front of the tractor squishes down as it starts to lift the crusher off the ground.  Someone did add an additional counterweight to the back of the loader, but I think it needs a little more. 


This machine is used to crush rock in the roads on our national forest service roads.  A big thanks goes out to the National Forest Service for this load.  It was fun and educational as I have never even seen one of these!



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Here is a neat picture of us hauling a Case IH combine from Colorado to Chino Valley.  The driver stopped for his required break and took these great pictures.


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Arizona Storage Rental uses a True Month for rental rates.

Many of our competitors in the container industry use a 28 day month for billing.  Here at Arizona Storage Rental, we use a true month.  For example, there are 31 days in January so you would get invoiced for the monthly rate plus tax for that 31 days.  February has 28 days so you would get invoiced the same amount as you did in January.  If you were to use one of our competitors who use a 28 day month, in January you would be charged for the 28 days plus 3 days of pro-rate.

When you get a quote from Arizona Storage Rental, there are no hidden costs or fees.  You will be quoted the monthly rate +tax and a delivery fee based on information you provide, that is what you will pay, no set up fees, no personal property taxes or other charges which may be charged by others portable storage suppliers

Please keep this information in mind as you consider your portable storage supplier.

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Here she is.  Chris is behind the wheel taking this 105,000# crusher to it's next job in Flagstaff.

A great big thanks to our crew in Phoenix who took the time to make this trailer what it is.  They painted it, changed all the lights to LED's re-wired it and had any cracks welded up as well as making out-rigger boards and getting the wheels polished.  They did a great job at making the trailer work and look great.  Thanks again..

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