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TRUCK AND CATTLE POT LEASE
Posted Mon, Feb 22 2010 07:25 AM CST
PERRY WARD
WARD LAND AND CATTLE
RIGBY, ID
208-604-1255

Posts: 2

Hello,

  I am wanting to lease a 2005 truck with a 2004 53' wilson cattle pot out to someone.  What is a average rate, and is this a good deal for a driver aswell as myself.   I dont want to hastle with dispatch.

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Posted Tue, Feb 23 2010 07:14 AM CST
BRUCE WRIGHT
Posts: 24

What's the whole deal . Are you leasing it out and the loading it or is the guy on his own ? Are you supplying insurance ,license,fuel card ,maintnence ?

If your sending someone out on their own , then a lease is basicly , regular monthly payments without the big down payment at the front of 4 years , you get that back when you get the equiptment back in the end and sell it .

 

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Posted Tue, Feb 23 2010 08:33 AM CST
VERNON SMITH
Posts: 8

I would say  750.00 per week. Are you going to take care of repairs?

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Posted Tue, Feb 23 2010 09:00 AM CST
PERRY WARD
WARD LAND AND CATTLE
RIGBY, ID
208-604-1255

Posts: 2

Hello,

       I haven't got anyone lined up to lease it just yet, we are ranchers here in Idaho and have three extra cattle pots and trucks sitting.  I am just wondering if it is feasible to lease them out.  I would just as soon have them run under their own authority and insurance.  Maintenance wise I would cover any major problems  that cost over one thousand to repair , and the guy leasing would cover tires brakes and general service and all damage to the truck and trailer.

Thanks, Perry Ward

Ward Land and Cattle

208-604-1255

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