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    Default my new assigned unit




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    Had one of the cleaner trailers decaled up properly(we have ALOT of trailers still decaled as westarm or overland freight), nice day, I needed a pit stop and hadn't seem this particular rest area before and it just looked like a good place for a couple pictures
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    Default Re: my new assigned unit

    Great scenery & pics

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    Default Re: my new assigned unit

    Nice ..... very nice ......

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    Nice moose catcher!! Looks awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddBullitt View Post
    Nice moose catcher!! Looks awesome!!
    Ya those are important, company bags a few critters every year with little to no effect.Posted via Mobile Device

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    Default Re: my new assigned unit

    Plastic headlights. Bah! Otherwise, nice enough. What does the tractor weigh?

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    Being a puny pete daycab, really light even with the moose bumper. Have a hard time getting more than 5100 on the steers AND getting the drives above 16,500 at the same time, not like the 2014 mack pinnacle i had before this. Next time I have some time in the middle of the night I'll drop the trailer at scale and weigh just the tractor or just pay attention what it is with an empty van. I know half tanks with an empty 53 dry van its 4700 up front with my 5th wheel 5 teeth forward of dead center over the drives
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    Scaled at kaledon turnoff this morning while bobtailing from kel to princeton. 4590 steers, 3500 on the drives with 5/8 indicated on fuel gauge and it holds 210 gallons acording to tank stamp so appprox 300litres light.
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    Default Re: my new assigned unit

    Truck steer: 6000
    Drives: 5130
    Total: 11130


    There me bobtail full of fuel and all my chains.
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