1 Ton Ram Service Body Truck Rental

The Ram 1 ton Barco service body truck is built tough. It will do all the heavy lifting and towing while also storing your tools and equipment effectively and efficiently. This vehicle comes with a full crew cab seating arrangement, so you can bring the entire team. This vehicle can also fit all your tools and whatever needs lifting or hauling along. Barco has been doing business in the U.S. for decades, working to help teams in industries like solar, wind, oil and gas, mining, engineering, and construction. The truck rentals we offer are the latest models, so you can trust they’ll work for you to help you get your work done. 

Ram 3500 1 Ton Highlighted Features

The Ram 3500 1 ton truck is one of the more heavy-duty models we rent. When you need extra space or payload, it’s a great option. Check out the list of features this vehicle has below to get an idea of whether or not it’s the right fit for your next project. 

Vehicle Features

  • 6.7 Cummins (Diesel)
  • 6 Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 9′ Service Body

Interior Package

  • Six Passenger Seating
  • Power Windows & Locks
  • Keyless Entry
  • Cruise Control
  • Air Conditioning

Towing Features

  • Steel Drop Hitch with Full Access Receiver
  • Electric Brake Controller
  • Exhaust Brake
  • Tow Mirrors
  • Towing Capacity: 15,320 lbs
  • Max Payload: 3,070 lbs

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Keep your business moving and growing in our 1-Ton Service Body pickup trucks. Our rental trucks include everything your crew needs to get the job done. You can easily seat 6 crew members comfortably and haul heavy loads. Our 1-Ton Service Body pickup trucks are great for towing and hauling heavy loads. The 1-Ton Service Body trucks come equipped with a 9’ service body, rear receiver hitch, exhaust break and towing mirrors. All of our trucks come standard with 4×4, towing package, and 24-hour roadside assistance. If your crew needs more space in the bed without sacrificing payload and towing capabilities, we also have 1-Ton Flatbeds rental trucks available. If your team is looking for a smaller truck we also have ½-Ton pickup trucks and ¾-Ton pickup trucks available.

Why Rent the Ram 3500 1 Ton Service Body Work Truck with Barco

Barco is an excellent option to outfit your fleet with rentals. In addition to great deals, we take care of you as well as our trucks. Each rental truck comes with assurances in the areas of security, convenience, and roadside assistance. 


You can be sure that every truck you rent from us is top-of-the-line in quality. They all come with a factory warranty, so you won’t have to worry about mechanical issues should they arise. In the event of a warranty-covered mechanical issue, just take your rental to a nearby shop and have it taken care of under the warranty. 


Barco offers nationwide pick-up and delivery, so you get to save time and money. We will bring your truck rental to you wherever you are in the United States, and we will pick it up the same way—from wherever you’re located. Let us worry about the logistics. Should you find that you need to change your fleet size, our month-to-month rental policy makes it easy to get new vehicles or take any surplus ones away. 

Roadside Assistance

Our customer service is top-notch. We’re equipped and prepared to help you in the event of any type of roadside emergency, thanks to our 24/7 roadside assistance guarantee. This perk comes at no additional charge to you, and it includes assistance in the form of jump-starts, gas refueling, tire servicing, or lockout help. We’ll also tow the vehicle in the rare cases where it might have broken down. 

Get a Free Quote Today

At Barco Truck Rentals, we make it our number one priority to be there for our customers in any situation. We operate a business model designed around convenience and care. To learn more about us, check out some of our frequently asked questions, and get in touch with us today to get a free quote for your next truck rental from Barco. 


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