Question about 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty DRW Reg. Cab
I just purchased an ambulance truck to use for business purposes, but I really dont need anything inside of it at all. How do I go about taking everything out and dispose it?
I can give you some suggestions;
First it was used for trauma, use good gloves and protective gear, and bleach, vinegar and other disenfectants as needed.
If you are in a state or locality where vehicle fitness iinspections are done, check with em before continuing.
Then make sure all electrical hot leads are removed or disconnected,
Same with any plumbing and communications hardware,
Then, unbolt and remove all you can with wrenches, some may need to be cut out depending on your needs, if you cut fiberglass wear a respirator, eye and ear protection too. Sawzall's work great with minimal dust, less than say a high speed angle grinder.
Be aware that some inner structure may affect the outer structure of the vehicle, if you remove this replace it with adequate structure suitable for your use.
Local dumps like small pieces, check with your local dump,transfer station, or garbage collection agency before assuming they will or won't take it.
Some of the stuff you remove can be sold, or given away on such sites as craigslist.com and your local freecycle network.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
If your in Oregon, get me your address.
I take it you want the cabinetry, and storage inside and out.
First thing, make sure it's been secured of Oxygen Tanks and high voltage inverters.
I'd say in general, get a rivet punch, a hammer,,and a drill for the stubborn ones, a screw gun,with phillips, flat and and assoerrtment of specialty bits, lineman pliers, vise grips and wire cutters, Then go to town...
Get yourself a Sawzall and a box of blades for whatever is left.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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