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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-28-2011, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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Borrow/Swap Truck for Car for a couple hours??

Looking for someone to help me out and get a dining room set from Addison to Plainfield. I would rather fill up someone's tank with gas, buy a case of beer, etc... then go to U-Haul and pay $1.50/mile. I live in Plainfield just off 126 and 59. Anyone willing to swap cars for a couple of hours so I can get this done? If not a swap and you are willing to drive with me, it would be much appreciated. The truck will need to be a pick-up or full size Suburban; I know a lot of you in the area have SUV's but I want to do this in one trip to save time and mileage on your vehicle. 48" table with 4 chairs and a good size base to the table.

Thanks in advance.

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If everything can fit in a full size cargo van and you dont mind picking it up (I am out of town for a week) Tiff will give you the keys. Don't worry about filling it up or beer. Just go do what ya gotta do. No rush. It's fully insured and in perfect running order. Text me if you want it and I'll give ya tiffs # to contact her.



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Thanks to the other offers, but if I had my choice I am going to take Ody up on the enclosed vehicle rather than the open; not to mention, he is a lot closer. Thanks Greg and JRock... Much Appreciated for the offer.

I will be in touch Ody!!

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Gotta love all the support you can get in this forum. Shoulda asked you guys for a truck when i moved. Drove down the hiway at 60 with a queen matress and box flappin away on the roof of my car, lol.
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+1 Dean if you need something bigger than a van I have a 6X12 vnose trailer with my tahoe you can use. It is totally empty right now.
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It's weird. If you're a good guy, give more than you receive, and are trusted...everyone is jumping to help you.

Too bad the entire planet cannot understand this concept!! Good on you Dean. And, if you need...got a Yukon and a trailer you can borrow.

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Dean, you are welcome to use my Excursion as well.

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Dean, my trailer is stored close to there right now, so let me know. Im free tomorrow too if you havent already done this.

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