Nah. Just got to town today.I didn’t make it out there this week. Farthest I got was Dilworth.
Was that you loading the other day? Thursday I think? Went in on 10 early in the morning, truck was at the ramp empty, did my drop and hook, inspected the bathroom, then on the way out the truck was mostly loaded already.
Figured that level of guru might have been you...
They are still available. Not as popular as they once were, though. With the advent of Davco-style filters with integral heaters, there isn't as much need. Although I don't believe the electric heated Davco puts out enough heat, I much prefer coolant heaters for the higher BTUS. The electric are nice in that you can turn the key on and it will thaw the fuel in the bowl with a couple minutes.Back in the 80's we used to use a fuel heater branded Arctic Fox. Are these still available today? Even in Chicago's lakefront winters they worked a treat. The stupid thing was the Florida boy parking in the lot and not putting a handful of salt down to park on. I learned quick.
Also learned not to wash the truck.
I tagged your post with the mad face, because I'm mad at the a-hole claiming the deer hit.This Billy Big rigger might just win the Biggest Liar award.
"I hit 8 deer on my last turn to Nebraska."
Yeah, just like you told that cop he wasn't writing you a ticket.
Same old story, the louder they are, the more BS there is. I'm not even close to lunch counter and I'm still having to listen to him spew his lies.
That sure looks like someone who panicked when the drives slipped a bit. That's actually one of my biggest pet peeves with any safety department: There's times when you had best be easing into the throttle and not chopping it, but their answer to everything is "SLOW DOWN!"Thought you were in nodak?
The Safety department: "Slow down and be safe this our number 1 consern."That sure looks like someone who panicked when the drives slipped a bit. That's actually one of my biggest pet peeves with any safety department: There's times when you had best be easing into the throttle and not chopping it, but their answer to everything is "SLOW DOWN!"
Ha you think that's bad. Some of the guys I know ran really HARD. You don't Wana know how many days the one guy went with out sleep. I think he said he had been up 2 or 3 days 0 hours of sleep and was still going. He kept that big black Classic FreightShaker upright and didnt wreck. Meanwhile the other idiots can't keep the trucks upright with plenty of sleep. We had 4 roll overs this year and 10 total,11 if you count of not at fault bump. Too bad that guy left he was 1 hell of a drivier. His brother was the fleet manager for the Milk division and a Driver. They both quit about a month ago. Who ever they went to work for is damn lucky.Jeez ain't that the truth