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Curry Supply unveils new service truck body line

By |  September 23, 2021
Curry Supply Co. debuted its new line of truck bodies – the Keystone and Keystone Pro. Photo: Curry Supply Co.

Curry Supply Co. debuted its new line of truck bodies – the Keystone and Keystone Pro. Photo: Curry Supply Co.

Curry Supply Co. debuted a new line of truck bodies in the Keystone and Keystone Pro. The bodies feature heavy-duty aluminum designs, with the Pro option suitable for a crane body.

“Curry Supply’s introduction of the Keystone line of service bodies will fill a void in the mobile service truck market that we have experienced for quite some time,” says Jeff Shaw, vice president of sales and marketing at Curry Supply. “They are engineered and designed from feedback we received through years of supporting the work truck industry.”

The Keystone and Keystone Pro will be positioned alongside Curry Supply’s current offerings of Stellar, Autocrane, Reading and Wilcox bodies.

According to Curry Supply, all Keystone bodies feature a 52-in.-wide and 129-in.-deep bed, with tie-down rings and a textured floor for added safety. Each side features four compartments – three vertical and one horizontal.

Every compartment is designed with at least 20 in. of depth and adjustable shelving. Protected door seals and stainless steel rotary latches keep all compartments secure and watertight.

The Keystone Pro will also feature a crane tower that can hold up to a 25,000-ft.-lb. crane, while still still providing space for tool and equipment storage. The company says custom features and upgrades will be available on both Keystone builds, with work-ready stock trucks available to ship nationwide beginning in the fourth quarter.

“I am personally excited to see the Keystone come to market,” Shaw says. “We put safety, durability and ease of use at the forefront of the Keystone design. It’s a great truck and we believe will be an excellent solution for our customers and the industry.”

Jack Kopanski

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Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor for Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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