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Old 01-10-2008, 03:28 AM
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Junk Yards

Hey, does any one know of any Junk yards or recyling yards in WV that would have Semi-Trucks? I want to find some used smoke stacks from a big rig and chop them down and put'em on my truck. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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Every now and then I will see a "big rig" in a junk yard. Most of them are towed striped for parts and reused.
I don't know of any in the Charleston/Huntington area that have Big Rigs.
There is a number of trucking companies in the area and they have old truck on the lot and some of them may let you salvage parts.

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larew right out side of grafton has a couple of yards here and one in ohio and has lots of big trucks
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Actually a junk yard can not sell parts, they have to be registered as salvage yards before they can sell.

Sales tax is one reason.
Department of Tax and Revenue and sales tax = headache for the small business owner.


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He has his main office out on Route 50 East of the 92 intersection.

Not sure if I spelled his name right though.
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Thanks for the info. folks. I'll let ya know if I have success.
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