Oil in service trucks to use in the field?
Just curious how everyone does it. I buy motor and hydraulic oil in bulk. Then transfer the hydraulic oil into 5 gallon buckets, and motor oil into 2.5 gallon jugs. I try to keep 2 of each in every truck. Sometimes they seem to turn over and soak the inside of the bed in oil before you realize it’s tipped over. Does anyone else have a better solution or easier way? I Will be running 6 service trucks and 7 tractors.
Maybe you could zip-tie a couple plastic milk crates together and then secure those somewhere in the bed.
Thanks for the response. We have tried that. Works for a while but They usually get broke up pretty quick from guys throwing blocks, tires and things in the bed.
I guess the next step would be to weld up some sort of rack/containment system if the crates won't cut it.